Tomás Bretón: Piano Trio

Naxos: 8570713

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Tomás Bretón: Piano Trio

Label:

Naxos

Catalogue No:

8570713
(8.570713)

Discs:

1

Release date:

28th July 2008

Barcode:

0747313071371

Length:

53 minutes

Medium:

CD (download also available)
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Tomás Bretón: Piano Trio


Bretón:

Piano Trio in E major

Cuatro piezas españolas (Four Spanish Pieces)


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Tomás Bretón, a native of Salamanca, rose from relatively humble circumstances to become a leading figure in Spanish music, director of the Madrid Conservatory and an important conductor. Although Bretón is now remembered chiefly for his zarzuelas and operas, his chamber music has been unaccountably neglected.

The brilliant Four Spanish Pieces, which enjoyed widespread popularity at the beginning of the twentieth century, convey the distinctive Spanish character present throughout the composer’s work.

By contrast, the Trio for piano, violin and cello is a more serious and original work in which Spanish melodies are introduced with considerable subtlety.

The LOM Piano Trio was recently described in a press releases as the best ‘Spanish Chamber Music Ensemble’.

Tomas Breton: Piano Trio in E major

I. Allegro comodo

II. Andante

III. Allegro molto

IV. Allegro energico

Tomas Breton: 4 Spanish Pieces

No. 1. Danza Oriental

No. 2. Scherzo Andaluz

No. 3. Bolero

No. 4. Polo Gitano

Classical World

(on the LOM Piano Trio)

“Three wonderful musicians that gave evidence of serious work and preparation, both technically and musically.”

Gramophone Magazine

“Bretón’s countrymen offer a delightful taster of the Spaniard’s chamber works… this inexpensive newcomer offers an utterly delightful taster of what he has to offer.”

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