ALCD-3101 税込価格¥3,080(税抜価格¥2,800) 2014/08/07発売 JAN 4530835 110576藤井香織(フルート)

Kaori Fujii, flute
Yuko Fujii, piano

[1] シューマン:アダージョとアレグロ 変イ長調 op.70
[2] メンデルスゾーン:無言歌 ニ長調 op.85-4
[3]-[6] ヴィドール:組曲 op.34
[7] フォーレ:シシリエンヌ op.78
[8]-[11] フランク:ソナタ イ長調 FWV8

〈録音〉キラリふじみ 2013年12月11-12日


Kaori Fujii
(Photo: John Abbott)



Yuko Fujii
(Photo: Yuuji Hirose)


Robert Schumann: Adagio and Allegro in A-flat major op.70
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Song without Words in D major op.85-4
Charles-Marie Widor: Suite op.34
Gabriel Fauré: Sicilienne op.78
César Franck: Sonata in A major FWV8

Kaori Fujii flute
Born in Tokyo and currently residing in New York, Kaori Fujii has emerged as one of the leading imaginative and creative flutists ever to come out of the classical music world. From baroque to crossover, it’s Kaori’s distinctive sound and intensity of feeling that captivates concert audiences and CD-listeners alike.
She has released a total of 8 albums, including “Garota de Ipanema”, which was pre-nominated for the Grammy Awards under 7 categories.
Kaori has performed with such renowned artists as Ennio Morricone, Albrecht Mayer, Phillip Moll, Sinfonia Varsovia, and Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, to name only a few. In addition, she has graced the stage of leading concert halls, including The John F. Kennedy Center, The Carnegie Hall, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Liederhalle Stuttgart, and Suntory Hall.
Kaori is the youngest first prizewinner in the history of the 7th Japan Woodwind Competition, the 14th Japan Wind and Percussion Competition, and the 67th Music Competition of Japan. She was also awarded the second prize in the 44th International Competition Maria Canals de Barcelona, and in the duo category of the 10th International Flute Competition Friedrich Kuhlau, together with her sister Yuko Fujii.
A graduate of the Tokyo University of the Arts, and of the soloist class of the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart, Kaori has studied extensively with Jean-Claude Gérard, Paul Meisen, Jeannie Baxtresser, Aurèle Nicolet, Sir James Galway and Akiko Mikami.

Yuko Fujii piano
Born in Tokyo, Yuko Fujii has received critical acclaim for her ability to support musicians in different styles by creating colorful soundscapes with powerful rhythm. She has performed, toured and recorded with renowned artists, orchestras and chamber music groups such as Albrecht Mayer, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and the Morovian String Quartet, to name a few. She has also performed extensively with her younger sister, Kaori Fujii, at competitions, concerts, and on TV and radio. Yuko was awarded the second prize in the duo category of the 10th International Flute Competition Friedrich Kuhlau.
A graduate of the Tokyo University of the Arts, she has studied extensively with Akira Jinno, Takako Horie, and Hiroshi Tamura.