Mark Thomas, Flutist
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Mark Thomas CDs
Mark Thomas, flute, with Christine Croshaw, keyboard
Mark Thomas--Sounds of Gold
Mark Thomas-- Images
Mark Thomas--Contrasts
Contrasts Contents
Sonata No. 3 in G Major for Flute & Continuo
by Carl Philippi Emanuel Bach
Sonata No. 8 in A Minor (Halle Sonata #1),
 by George Frederick Handel
Sonata Opus #4 for Flute & Continuo, by
Benedetto Marcello
The Way We Were, by Marvin Hamlish
Sonata in A Minor Op. 1, No.4, by 
George Frederick Handel
Siciliano, by Johann Sebastian Bach
Adagio & Allegro, by Giovanni Platti
Minuet & Dance of the Blessed Spirits 
(Orpheus), by Christoph Willibald von Gluck
Syrinx, by Claude Debussy
Scherzino, by Joachim Anderson
Reverie & Petite Valse, by, by Andre Caplet
Kassouga, by Makoto Shinohara
Andalouse, by Emil Pessard
Fantasie-Caprice, by Andre Jolivet

Images Contents
Sonata for Flute & Piano, by Emma Lou Diemer
Suite for Flute & Piano, by Everett Titcomb
Pastorale, by Alfred Reed
Three Romances, Op. 94, by Robert Schumann
Peaches, by Andre Previn
Pastorale, by Thom Ritter George
The Summer Knows(Summer of '42), by Michel Legrand
Clair de Lune, by Claude Debussy
Sonata in F Major for Flute & Bass, by Benedetto Marcello
Love Letters, by Martin Scot Kosins
Sounds of Gold Contents
Sonata XI in A Major, by Jean Baptiste Loeillet
Pastorale et Danse Rustique, by Rene Berthelot
Preludes Faciles pour Flute, by Pierre Max Dubois
Send in the Clowns, by Stephen Sondheim
Sonatine, by Alexandre Tansman
Entr'Acte, by Jacques Ibert
Morceau de Concours, by Gabriel Faure
Piece en Forme de Habanera, by Maurice Ravel
Sonata in C Major K.V. 14, by W.A. Mozart
Morocco, by Caesar Giovannini
Brian's Song, by Michael Legrand
Idylle, by Benjamin Godard

        Christine Croshaw studied at the Royal Academy of Music (London) and later taught there.  While a student, she was awarded the coveted Chappell Gold Medal.  She is acclaimed as one of the world's master accompanists, and remains in great demand as a soloist, accompanist, and ensemble player.  She has performed in the major concert halls of Europe, has appeared on B.B.C. television & radio, and has worked with such eminent musicians as Nathan Milstein, Antonio Janigro, Alan Civil, & Peter-Lucas Graf. 
        Ms. Croshaw appeared exclusively with Mark Thomas during all of his European appearances. In addition to these Golden Crest recordings, she has a series of CDs produced by Meridian Records of solo piano and chamber music of the early 19th century.   
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