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Following the great success of her earlier collaboration on Stone Records with pianist Alison Farr, which combined cello sonatas by Rose and Shostakovich, the internationally acclaimed cellist Katherine Jenkinson now joins her equally renowned colleagues Ruth Rogers and Martin Cousin in this beautiful recording of elegiac piano trios by Smetana, Rose and Rachmaninov. The Rose piano trio receives it's premiere recording, and it is ideally partnered with the Smetana and Rachmaninov. All three trios have elements in common, being either the first or only forays by their respective composers into the medium, and each having been composed under special circumstances which largely or wholly informed their character.
Following the great success of her earlier collaboration on Stone Records with pianist Alison Farr, which combined cello sonatas by Rose and Shostakovich, the internationally acclaimed cellist Katherine Jenkinson now joins her equally renowned colleagues Ruth Rogers and Martin Cousin in this beautiful recording of elegiac piano trios by Smetana, Rose and Rachmaninov. The Rose piano trio receives it's premiere recording, and it is ideally partnered with the Smetana and Rachmaninov. All three trios have elements in common, being either the first or only forays by their respective composers into the medium, and each having been composed under special circumstances which largely or wholly informed their character.
5060192781175
Smetana Rose & Rachmaninoff
Artist: Aquinas Piano Trio
Format: CD
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Following the great success of her earlier collaboration on Stone Records with pianist Alison Farr, which combined cello sonatas by Rose and Shostakovich, the internationally acclaimed cellist Katherine Jenkinson now joins her equally renowned colleagues Ruth Rogers and Martin Cousin in this beautiful recording of elegiac piano trios by Smetana, Rose and Rachmaninov. The Rose piano trio receives it's premiere recording, and it is ideally partnered with the Smetana and Rachmaninov. All three trios have elements in common, being either the first or only forays by their respective composers into the medium, and each having been composed under special circumstances which largely or wholly informed their character.
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