Chaminade - Piano Trios opp. 11 & 34
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Label: MDG (Dabringhaus und Grimm)
Cat No: MDG3032002
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 12th May 2017
WorksCapriccio for violin and piano, op.18
Morceaux (3) for violin and piano, op.31
Piano Trio no.1 in G minor, op.11
Piano Trio no.2 in A minor, op.34
Romanza for cello and piano, op.31a
Sommeil d'Enfant for cello and piano, op.125
The celebrated pianist toured the Old and New Worlds, always with music of her own composition in her travelling bags, was invited to tea with Queen Victoria, and became the very first woman composer to be elected to the French Legion of Honour.
Today only a few of her numerous works are sometimes once again featured on performance programs – so that this latest recording by the award winning, internationally esteemed Trio Parnassus represents yet another contribution to a long-overdue rediscovery project.
During the more than thirty years of its existence the Trio Parnassus has discovered many a musical treasure in cooperation with MDG. Complete recordings of the trios of Widor, Lalo, and Godard attest to the ensemble’s profound understanding of the special colours of French music. With Johann Blanchard at the piano, a proven Cécile Chaminade expert enriches the fantastic playing of Julia Gali and Michael Groß – a wonderful discovery!
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