Lisa Garner Santa | Rêver en Couleurs (Dreaming in Color)

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Rêver en Couleurs (Dreaming in Color)

by Lisa Garner Santa

Lisa Garner Santa and Gabriel Sanchez present engaging fresh performances of contest music from the standard French flute repertoire.
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Fantaisie, Moderato, quasi Fantasia - Philippe Gaubert
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2. Fantaisie, Vif - Philippe Gaubert
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3. Idylle - Benjamin Godard
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4. Fantaisie - Georges Huë
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5. Offertoire, Op. 12 - Johannes Donjon
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6. Andante pastorale et scherzettino, Andante - Paul Taffanel
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7. Andante pastorale et scherzettino, scherzettino - Paul Taffanel
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8. Airs de Ballet de Ascanio, Poco Adagio - Saint-Saëns
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9. Airs de Ballet de Ascanio, Andantino - Saint-Saëns
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10. Madrigal - Philippe Gaubert
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11. Menuet from L'arlesienne - Georges Bizet
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12. Fantaisie, Op. 79, Andantino - Gabriel Fauré
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13. Fantaisie, Op. 79, Allegro - Gabriel Fauré
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14. Morceau de concour - Gabriel Fauré
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Lisa Garner Santa currently serves as Artist-Performer and Associate Professor of Flute at Texas Tech University where she enjoys a diverse career as teacher, recitalist, soloist, and chamber musician. Lisa Garner Santa’s versatile programming ranges from the elegant Baroque music of Bach to the jazz-inspired writings of Mike Mower. Performance highlights include the world premiere of Mike Mower’s Concerto for Flute and Wind Ensemble and a Carnegie Hall debut recital featuring Chamber Works for Flute. Her CD release, From Noon to Starry Night, a compilation of chamber works with pianist Lora Deahl, features 20th Century classics including Muczynski's Sonata for Flute and Piano and Kennan's Night Soliloquy as well as compelling new works such as the title track by Matthew Santa. As a pedagogue, Lisa Garner Santa presents masterclasses throughout the United States and abroad. Recent international exchanges include masterclasses at the Royal College of Music in London, England and Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand. Presentations and performances at various regional and national conventions include invitations from the Texas Music Educators Association, the Texas Music Teachers Association, the National Association of Wind and Percussion Instructors, and the College Music Society. Her research and pedagogical articles are frequently published in The Flutist Quarterly, Flute Talk, and The Instrumentalist. Lisa Garner Santa holds performance degrees from West Texas State University, Florida State University, and The Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. Her teachers, to whom she is deeply grateful, include Helen Blackburn, Sally Turk, Charles DeLaney, and Carol Wincenc.

Gabriel Sanchez was born in Laredo, Texas of Mexican ancestry. Self taught from the age of six, he was reading Chopin by the age of nine. Shortly after beginning formal piano lessons he gave his first full-length recital at Southern Methodist University in Dallas at the age of ten and performed the Grieg Piano Concerto with the Garland Symphony Orchestra at the age of twelve. Since, he has been top prizewinner in the 1997 Casablanca International Piano Competition in Morocco and is a laureate of other international competitions, including the Marguerite Long in Paris (France), the Gina Bachauer in Salt Lake City (USA), and the Paloma O’Shea in Santander (Spain). He has performed throughout the United States in recital and with orchestra, including performances with the Dallas Symphony under Kerry-Lynn Wilson and the Irving Symphony under Hector Guzman. He studied at the London’s Royal Academy of Music under a full scholarship and continued his studies at the University of North Texas under his beloved teacher and mentor, Vladimir Viardo. Mr. Sanchez is also a dedicated educator. He taught piano, music history, and music theory at the celebrated Booker T. Washington High School for the Arts in Dallas from 1996-2003. He continues to teach piano privately in Dallas and is in high demand as an accompanist and collaborator.


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