After lending his unique tone and musicality to a number of great orchestras—most notably with Karajan's Berlin Philharmonic—Galway went solo and never looked back. He collaborated with a host of musicians, from Martha Argerich to The Chieftains, breaking down musical barriers as he went, and putting the flute on the musical map with his style and force of personality. His recordings have sold millions and he became a household name. In the classical field, he commissioned a huge number of works including major pieces by Corigliano and Rodrigo, now regular concert works. Go for the gold (flute, that is) with this selection of Galway's finest.