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Mower Mike

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Sonata Latino for flute and piano

Sonata Latino for flute and piano

By Mower Mike

M. Mower: Sonata Latino for flute and piano was written in 1994 for Kristen Spratt and Elizabeth Mucha who wanted a piece incorporating various Latin rhythms. Each of the three movements represent a different Latin American country. The 1st movement Salsa Montunate derives from Cuban, Venezuelan salsa, the 2nd movement Rumbango is a mixture of rumba and tango from Columbia and Argentina, and the 3rd movement Bossa Merengova is a hybrid of rhythms from Brazil.

James Galway

Neil Angilley (piano), and the band, 1999, Sony / RCA Red Seal

1. Salsa Montunate

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James Galway

Neil Angilley (piano), and the band, 1999, Sony / RCA Red Seal

2. Rumbango

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James Galway

Neil Angilley (piano), and the band, 1999, Sony / RCA Red Seal

3. Bossa Merengova

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Mower Mike

Mike Mower (1958) is a British composer who studied classical flute at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Besides flute, he also plays clarinet and saxophone and has led numerous jazz ensembles. As a composer he writes mainly on commission and publishes it under Itchy Fingers Publications.
Mike has produced two albums for Sir James Galway, with his own compositions and arrangements: “Unbreak My Heart” and “Tango Del Fuego”