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Trios Brasileiros

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>Villa-Lobos, Heitor : Trio for Piano and Strings no 1, A. 042
>Villa-Lobos, Heitor : Trio for Piano and Strings no 3, A. 142
>Fernandez, Lorenzo : Trio Brasileiro, for violin, cello & piano
>Villa-Lobos, Heitor : Trio for Piano and Strings no 2, A. 105

Album Summary

>Villa-Lobos, Heitor : Trio for Piano and Strings no 1, A. 042
>Villa-Lobos, Heitor : Trio for Piano and Strings no 3, A. 142
>Fernandez, Lorenzo : Trio Brasileiro, for violin, cello & piano
>Villa-Lobos, Heitor : Trio for Piano and Strings no 2, A. 105
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Notes & Reviews:

The Damocles Trio was founded in 1996 by three soloists who met in the doctoral program at Juilliard. They have performed throughout the USA and completed three highly successful tours of Switzerland. They have won international recognition for their devotion to the music of Spain and South America.

Notes & Reviews:

Recording information: American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City (09/06/2007-09/08/2007).



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Works Details

>Villa-Lobos, Heitor : Trio for Piano and Strings no 1, A. 042
  • Ensemble: Damocles Trio
  • Notes: American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City (09/06/2007-09/08/2007)
  • Running Time: 23 min. 16 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1911

>Villa-Lobos, Heitor : Trio for Piano and Strings no 3, A. 142
  • Ensemble: Damocles Trio
  • Notes: American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City (09/06/2007-09/08/2007)
  • Running Time: 38 min. 17 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1918

>Lorenzo Fernândez (Composer) : Trio Brasileiro, for violin, cello & piano
  • Ensemble: Damocles Trio
  • Notes: American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City (09/06/2007-09/08/2007)
  • Running Time: 22 min. 22 sec.
  • Written: 1924

>Villa-Lobos, Heitor : Trio for Piano and Strings no 2, A. 105
  • Ensemble: Damocles Trio
  • Notes: American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City (09/06/2007-09/08/2007)
  • Running Time: 31 min. 10 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1915