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TR 1384
A Musical Celebration

Works by Elena Sokolowski and Eric Ewazen

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2012


Trio con Brio

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Albany Records




Total Time - 56:00
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A Musical Celebration

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Venice Suite

1 Morning in Venice 1:18
2 Venetians and Lace of Venice 1:04
3 Curanta 1:54
4 Venetians and Glass of Venice 1:22
5 Sarabanda 3:48
6 Night in Venice 2:34
7 Canals of Venice 2:37
8 Carnival in Venice 2:23
9 Night in Venice 1:21
10 Don't sink! 10:01
11 Morning's Venice 3:45



Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano

12 I. Allegro appassionato 7:35
13 II. Andante teneramente 10:03
14 III. Allegro ritmo 6:15

Texas Christian University’s Trio Con Brio performs two new works for clarinet, viola and piano. The first, by Russian-born composer Elena Sokolovski has an intriguing title--Venice Suite, Concerto Grosso for 3 Soloists & 9 Instruments. Indeed, each musician plays several instruments including glasses filled with wine. Eric Ewazen’s Trio was commissioned by the Texas Christian University School of Music for Trio Con Brio and was premiered in March 2005. The three members of Trio Con Brio all serve on the faculty at Texas Christian University. Clarinetist Gary Whitman received the Chancellor’s Distinguished Achievement Award as a Creative Teacher and Scholar and is a member of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Violist Misha Galaganov has performed as a soloist and given master classes in Russia, china, Italy, Israel, Czech Republic, Mexico, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Austria and the United States. Pianist John Owings has appeared as soloist with orchestras and given solo recitals throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe and the Far East. He was gold medalist of the first Robert Casadesus International Piano Competition.

 "...Very highy recommended."

David DeBoor Canfield - Fanfare - May/June 2013

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