Jane Rutter, Erin Helyard, Sinfonia Australis
03/10/2013
Jane Rutter

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 https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/vivaldi-the-four-seasons/id932070734?uo=4&at=10lb69

 In the Four Seasons, Vivaldi us access to the corporeal world, the world of the imagination and the spirit world. His musical genius embraces the entirety of being, of connection to the pulses and the miraculous balance of nature. These four concerti, linked together as an opulent Baroque tone poem, are a musical representation of the creative formulae of the cosmos. Particles of light emanate from every note. The four ancient elements – earth, water, air and fire – sparkle in front of us. Spring: All is joyful, birds trill and sing in the trees, leaves rustle,soft breezes caress quiet streams,the sounds of verdant nature enchant!

Jane Rutter
07/06/2014
Jane Rutter

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 https://shop.abc.net.au/products/jane-rutter-flute-spirit-cd

Jane Rutter’s magic flute conjures a world of memory and yearning that carries you into the realm of

dreams, where colours are brighter, sounds are sweeter and you never want to wake up.

Harmonies quiver and melt away into single notes, haunting melodies flash in and out like memories

of love, pulsing notes whirr around the didgeridoo like the flutter of a bird’s wing. If this is the sound

of the spirit coming home, then it is to the glorious garden of creation where the most sublime song

of the flute is heard.Let this music take you to that place.– Rachael Kohn The Spirit of Things ABC Radio National

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In Ovid’s Metamorphoses, the flute is created by the god Pan: Pan’s breath on the reeds of the river bank makes the beautiful sound which transforms the nymph, Syrinx, for evermore into the flute or panpipes. The flute is the oldest instrument known to man, dating back some 40,000 years. In every civilisation on every continent there is to be a found a different form of the flute.

Anthropologists believe early humans used the flute when language was inadequate. I have always loved the shimmering soporific sounds found in non-Western music: the quarter and eighth tones seem to set up the concept of parallel times and universes.

Instruments of the breath are closest to the heart. Making music from the act of breathing is the earliest form of alchemy: turning the breath that keeps us alive into the music that feeds our soul. There is a mystical, religious, musical and communicative thread woven through many of the world’s cultures. All are connected through the flute, and its spirit God known as Pan, Krishna, Kokopelli and many other names too. 

 

Jane Rutter
Massenet arr. Jane Rutter

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https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/french-kiss/id639852077

French Kiss is about exploring innermost feelings. We all yearn for connection with other people, with nature, with beauty, with life. This album offers us the chance to make that connection through music – exquisite gems of French music that have become a treasured part of Jane’s own life in the course of her many years living in France and studying the uniquely French way of making music.

Jane Rutter
02/14/2012
Claude Bolling

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A piece from An Australian in Paris An artistic young flute player goes to Paris to learn how to live ... along the way she encounters ghosts of the artistic Parisian past. An Australian in Paris is an exciting, appealing concert-theatre piece with delicious French music from "la Belle Epoque" to the present day. An homage to the Rampal French flute School, in which Jane Rutter reminisces about the most beautiful and romantic city in the world, An Australian in Paris is the classical musicians' Midnight in Paris

http://shop.abc.net.au/products/rutter-j-an-australian-in-cd

http://shop.abc.net.au/products/rutter-j-an-australian-dvd

Jane Rutter
04/20/2015
Jane Rutter

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in 2015 Jane Rutter wrote & recorded Flute Fantasy: a series of classical & world flute pieces suitable for film & commercial soundtracks. These are available through www.fablemusic.com.au

Jane Rutter Slava Grigoryan
Various Brazilian and Classical

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Excerpts from the best selling album Brazil by Jane Rutter & Slava Grigoryan, (nominated for ARIA Best World Music Album)

Jane Rutter, Erin Helyard, Sinfonia Australis
2014
Vivaldi

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Jane Rutter plays La Notte Flute Concerto by Vivaldi on her 1887 Louis Lot Flute (This flute was previously owned by Albert Tipton and Charles Mole) Album available on ABC Classics here https://shop.abc.net.au/products/jane-rutter-the-four-seasons-cd

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