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GAITO, C.: Piano Trio / Piano Quintet / Cello Sonata (Sarastro String Quartet, Herrera)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2012


Agustina Herrera


Roman Conrad


Sophisticated Lady Jazz Quartet

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Total Time - 56:53
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GAITO, C.: Piano Trio / Piano Quintet / Cello Sonata (Sarastro String Quartet, Herrera)

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Piano Trio, Op. 25

1 I. Allegro moderato 7:19
 Roman Conrad Soloist
2 II. Lento 4:28
 Agustina Herrera Soloist
3 III. Allegro energico 5:26
 Agustina Herrera Soloist

Cello Sonata, Op. 26

4 I. Allegro moderato 5:58
 Agustina Herrera Soloist
5 II. Andante sostenuto 6:44
 Agustina Herrera Soloist
6 III. Allegro moderato 4:59
 Agustina Herrera Soloist

Piano Quintet, Op. 24

7 I. Allegro moderato 8:45
 Agustina Herrera Soloist
8 II. Andante 6:44
 Agustina Herrera Soloist
9 III. Vivo - Allegro 6:30
 Agustina Herrera Soloist

Gaito, (b.Buenos Aires), numbers among the most important and interesting musical personalities of his generation.  Not only is he regarded as the founder of the national opera but also as the author of the first Argentine ballet and the first chamber music corresponding to the national aesthetic. His intensive, tireless, and multifaceted activity as a composer, conductor, pianist, music dramatist, and educator exercised an indisputable influence on the history of Argentine music.   

 "... The three works recorded here are infused with lush melodic content and grand musical gestures that show the composer’s early love of the Italian opera... The Sarastro Quartet and the pianist, Augustina Herrera, play with a full understanding and feeling for Gaito’s late-romantic eclecticism... these musicians play with tasteful and intimate restraint... This music offers much enjoyment and is a welcome addition to an ever-increasing number of recordings of music by the often unjustly forgotten."

John David Moore - American Record Guide - January/February 2013

 "...Easily recommended for the listening pleasure of all, and not just to those with an interest in the offshoots of mainstream Romantic era chamber music."

Jerry Dubins - Fanfare - January/February 2013

                           Repertoire *****       Sound *****    Interpretaion ****


Carsten Dürer - Ensemble magazine - December/January 2012

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