WE APPRECIATE IT IF YOU WRITE A COMMENT IN THE CUSTOMER REVIEW SECTION SCROLLING DOWN ON THE PRODUCT PAGES

Gauguin Ensemble

Color Soni: Gauguin Ensemble (Download)

Regular price €30,95
Unit price
per 

Gauguin Ensemble

Color Soni: Gauguin Ensemble (Download)

Regular price €30,95
Unit price
per 
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Color Soni

Johannes Brahms, Robert Zuidam, Alexander Zemlinsky

GAUGUIN ENSEMBLE
Yfynke Hoogeveen Clarinet 
Karlien Bartels Cello 
Nata Tsvereli Piano
Etcetera Records / HQ|NORTHSTAR 

Catalogue KTC 1808

Read

Download Booklet PDF

 

Listen

(Low Resolution excerpts)

 

About the Album

Color Soni


The trios by Brahms and Zemlinsky and Paul Gauguin’s painting Arearea all date from between 1890-1900, one of the most fascinating eras in European art, as it brought not only great scientific and industrial developments but also a tremendous growth of every kind of artistic style, and often as a reaction against the prevailing habits of the time. In the music of Brahms, Zemlinsky and their contemporaries of the so-called fin-de-siècle we hear long lines, compelling melodies, passion, and passages of high emotion that strive towards a cathartic climax. Boundaries were pushed even further in the late Romantic period, with a great need and desire for ‘new music’. Johannes Brahms is to late Romantic music what Eugène Delacroix was to Romantic painting, as both sought for maximum freedom within clearly set limits. Whilst Brahms remained within the framework of sonata form, the youthful Zemlinsky had already begun to demonstrate a more progressive style during the same period. The French painter Paul Gauguin had already broken with traditional forms, subjects and colours by then, as can be seen in his Arearea (1893); this painting was also to inspire a new work by the contemporary composer Robert Zuidam. The title of this CD, Color Soni, the colour of sound, refers not only to the role of colour in music but also to Paul Gauguin in several ways.

 

Album tracks

 JOHANNES BRAHMS [1833-1897]

Trio for clarinet, cello and piano in A minor, op. 114

1] I. Allegro 07:56

2] II. Adagio 07:20

3] III. Andantino grazioso 04:23

4] IV. Allegro 04:21

ROBERT ZUIDAM [1964]

‘Arearea’ for clarinet, cello and piano

5] 1st Movement 04:21

6] 2nd Movement 03:13

7] 3rd Movement 05:41

8] 4th Movement 03:34

ALEXANDER ZEMLINSKY [1871-1942]

Trio for clarinet, cello and piano in D minor, op. 3

9] I. Allegro ma non troppo 13:35

10] II. Andante 08:28

11] III. Allegro 05:28






Also available

If you like this production, you also might like the following recordings hereunder in the Related products section.

Sign up for our Newsletter
Get informed frequently about discounts, new releases, new recordings and receive the following welcome voucher code of €10,-: MT+3D9.1DXD. By subscribing you also will be added to the TSoT Loyalty Membership program.