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TR 1386
Piano Trios by Ferguson, Piazzolla, and Schoenfield

Piano Trios by Ferguson, Piazzolla, and Schoenfield

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2012


Artists:

Almeda Trio



Record Label
Albany Records

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 56:58
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Piano Trios by Ferguson, Piazzolla, and Schoenfield

     
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FERGUSON, PAUL

 

Sostice Suite

 
1 Remains of the Day 5:26
     
2 Soul Stuff 4:40
     
3 Gently…Not 3:52
     
 

PIAZZOLLA, ASTOR

 

Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas

 
4 Primavera 4:52
     
5 Verano 7:44
     
6 Otoño 6:17
     
7 Invierno 7:16
     
 

SCHOENFIELD, PAUL

 

Café Music

 
8 Allegro Con Fuoco 6:20
     
9 Andante Moderato 5:22
     
10 Presto 5:09


For its first commercial recording, the Almeda Trio takes the traditional classical music ensemble of piano, violin and cello on a journey through various styles of more modern inspiration — from Argentinian tango to American jazz - and even country fiddling. Stops along the way include two works by American composers Paul Schoenfield and Paul Ferguson and a composition by the 20th-Century beloved Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla. Since its debut in 2008, the Almeda Trio (Robert Cassidy, piano, Cara Tweed, violin, Ida Mercer, cello) has performed to enthusiastic audiences throughout the greater Cleveland area and beyond. They serve as the ensemble-in-residence at The Music Settlement in Cleveland and their mission is three-fold - performance, education and outreach. The ensemble takes its name from the early 20th-century social activist and founder of The Music Settlement, Almeda Adams.

 "... A heck of a debut disc, let me tell you. This is a disc that will kick butt when you want something to up your mood!"

Lynn René Bayley - Fanfare - May/June 2013




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