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Manuela Wiesler



Flutist Manuela Wiesler (1955-2006) was born in Brazil, the daughter of an Austrian cameraman and a ballerina. In 1957 she moved with her family to Vienna, where she entered the Academy of Music in 1967, later studying in Paris. In 1973 she moved with her husband to Iceland and in 1976 won the Nordic Chamber Music Competition in Helsinki. Further study with James Galway was followed by success in the Copenhagen Biennale. Professor at the Music Academy of the Gothenburg University in Sweden.Later she moved back to Austria.
An extraordinary flautist and musician, renowned for her recordings of Jolivet's complete works for the flute and a source of inspiration to many composers, Manuela Wiesler had few competitors in her art of creating glowing,intensely personal readings.
 



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Bridges to Japan - Music for Flute and Piano
BIS-CD-1059
  
Small is beautiful - Short Pieces for Solo Flute
BIS-CD-869
  
Jolivet - The Complete Flute Music, Vol.2
BIS-CD-739
Fono Forum: outstanding.
  
Martin - Vocal and Chamber Music
BIS-CD-71
  
Liongate - Manuela plays Flute Concertos by Þorkell Sigurdbjörnsson
BIS709
  
Bäck: Chamber Works
CAP21490
  
Hvoslef - Chamber Music
BIS-CD-129
  
Jolivet - Flute Music, Vol.1
BIS-CD-549
  
French Flute Concertos
BIS-CD-529
  
Stonewave
BIS-CD-512
  
Nordic Music, Vol.2
BIS-CD-461
  
French Solo Flute Music
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The Russian Flute
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To Manuela
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