Stohr - Chamber Music Vol.2
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Label: Toccata Classics
Cat No: TOCC0446
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 1st December 2017
WorksPiano Trio in E flat major, op.16
Songs (3) for low voice, piano and cello, op.21
ArtistsLaura Roelofs (violin)
Stefan Koch (cello)
Mary Siciliano (piano)
Seth Keeton (bass-baritone)
His expansive E flat Piano Trio of 1905 sits firmly in the Viennese Romantic tradition downstream from Schubert and Brahms, with one lovely tune following another, whereas the Three Songs, written only four years after the Trio, look forward to the lyrical intensity of Korngold.
This release marks the 50th anniversary of Stöhr’s death.
Violinist Laura Roelofs is currently Assistant Concertmaster of the Michigan Opera Theatre Orchestra and director of the string performance area at Wayne State University in Detroit. Stefan Koch is a frequent performer with the Kalamazoo Symphony, West Michigan Symphony, Toledo Symphony, Michigan Opera Theatre and Grand Rapids Symphony orchestras. His recordings of Richard Stöhr’s music for cello and piano by Richard Stöhr were released on Toccata Classics TOCC0210 in August 2014. Mary Siciliano has a successful private studio and gives pedagogy workshops throughout the USA. The bass-baritone Seth Keeton is an Assistant Professor of Voice at the University of Utah School of Music.
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