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Piano Trio No 1, Op 35
composer
1926; dedicated to L'Infante Doña Isabel de Borbón; first performed in London on 5 July 1927

Recordings
'Turina: Chamber Music' (CDA67889)
Turina: Chamber Music
Details
Movement 1: Lento – Fugue (à l'inverse) – Allegro moderato
Movement 2: Thème et Variations 1-5
Movement 3: Sonate: Allegro

Piano Trio No 1, Op 35
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The Piano Trio No 1, Op 35, is an imaginative mixture of the learned style Turina acquired in Paris and folkloric inspiration provided by his homeland. The first movement is a prelude and fugue, blending the techniques of the contemporaneous French School with those of German masters such as Bach. The second movement is a theme and variations, a form which has a long tradition in Spanish music. In this case each of the variations evokes a dance from a different region of Spain: the muñeira, a miller’s dance from Galicia; the schotis, a dance of northern European origins but popular in Spain; the zortziko of the Basque region; the jota of Aragon; and the soleares of Turina’s native Andalucia. The third movement, in sonata form, reintroduces thematic materials from the first movement to give the entire opus a unifying ternary quality. The Piano Trio was dedicated to L’Infante Doña Isabel de Borbón and premiered in London on 5 July 1927.

from notes by William C Krause © 2012

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Details for CDA67889 track 9
Lento – Fugue (à l'inverse) – Allegro moderato
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-12-88909
Duration
6'48
Recording date
19 December 2010
Recording venue
Henry Wood Hall, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Andrew Keener
Recording engineer
Simon Eadon
Hyperion usage
  1. Turina: Chamber Music (CDA67889)
    Disc 1 Track 9
    Release date: April 2012
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