Encores for Flute and Piano
This tape is well titled, for it is exactly what it promises to be. Don't expect substantial pieces or only major composers (the booklet tells us who Genin and Woodall were); but do expect a series of agreeable and genre pieces for an instrument which is, after all, one that can offer both delight and rnystery and has a dignified lineage with Panic associations.
In fact Pan plays no specific part in the programme since we do not have Debussy's Syrinx, which is not 'for flute and piano' but unaccompanied. But that makes room for such pleasures as Bennett's own arrangements of Elgar's Chanson de matin and