Babajanian, Chebotaryan & Piazzolla - Piano Trios
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Label: Divine Art
Cat No: DDA25211
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 27th November 2020
WorksPiano Trio in F sharp minor
The Four Seasons (Las cuatro estaciones portenas) (arr. Jose Bragato)
ArtistsTrio de l’Ile
The Piano Trio in F sharp minor (1952) by Armenian composer Arno Babajanian (1921-1983) is widely considered one of the greatest masterpieces of the genre; the Andante a particularly beautiful and much-loved melody. The work is joined by another Armenian piece, the Trio (1945) by Gayané Chebotaryan (1918-1998), which has stronger inspiration from the Armenian folk inflections familiar in the music of Khachaturian as well as the Russian classical tradition.
As a contrast we have the Four Seasons of Buenos Aires from 1960 by Argentinian legend Astor Piazzolla, the composer who revolutionized the tango, turning it from a steamy dance into a true art form. Lively, exotic and highly rhythmic, these pieces embody the Latin spirit totally. The arrangement for piano trio is by cellist José Bragato, a member of Piazzolla’s own Octet.
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