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Rosamunde Piano Trio with Rivka Golani (viola)

MOZART AND THE FRENCH SCHOOL – Concert 1

Debussy Piano Trio in G, L3
Mozart Divertimento (Piano Trio No. 1) in B flat, K254
Fauré Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15

Rosamunde Piano Trio
with Rivka Golani viola

The famous Rosamunde Trio begin the first of six concerts exploring the relationship between Mozart’s chamber music and later French nineteenth-century music that draws upon his unique classical style of refinement, taste and pathos. This concert features famous ‘early’ masterworks, beginning with the piano trio by Debussy, composed in 1879 when he was just 17. Mozart’s first piano trio follows, composed when he was 20: Faure’s first piano quartet dates from the same time as the Debussy trio, but completed in the early 1880s, its protracted gestation almost certainly drawing upon the turmoil of his relationship with Marianne Viardot.

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Clock6.30pm Sunday, 23rd November 2014

Pre-Concert Event: Zurita, Kurbatova, Saubat Trio - Sunday 23rd November, 5.45pm

Luce Zurita flute
Valeria Kurbatova harp
Zoé Saubat cello

Jean Cras (1879-1932) Suite en duo
i Préambule
ii Modéré

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) Sonatine en trio
i Modéré
ii Mouvement de menuet

 Joseph Jongen (1873-1953) Deux pièces en trio opus 80

 

Our programme expresses the delicacy and refinement of the French school repertoire through the works of Claude Debussy and his admirers, sailor Jean Cras and Belgian Joseph Jongen, unfairly less well-known composers.

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