Notes & Reviews:
"The Piano Trio, Op. 22, was written in tribute to Robert Schumann use incorporates some of his compositional nuance, and the Sonata for Solo Cello makes use of Bach's (and many since) incorporation of a person's name into the musical notes of a piece. Mulsan'ts intricate counterpoint, creative use of chromaticism, and frequent use of Baroque techniques make it clear where much of her inspiration is drawn from. Music of this level demands the utmost caliber of performance. The artists heard on this album deliver; intonation is extremely accurate, ensemble in the trio is tight, and recorded sound quality is quite nice. Most importantly, perhaps, is that the musicians seem to help Mulsant make her music understandable and easy to follow." -All Music
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Works DetailsMulsant, Florentine : Concert Sonata for solo violin in three movements, Op. 19
- Performer: Lyonel Schmit (Violin)
- Running Time: 18 min. 7 sec.
- Written: 1999-2002
Mulsant, Florentine : Sonata for piano and violin in one movement, Op. 21
- Performers: Fabrice Bourlet (Piano); Lyonel Schmit (Violin)
- Running Time: 15 min. 29 sec.
- Written: 2000
Mulsant, Florentine : Trio, for piano, violin & cello in 3 movements, Op. 23
- Performers: Fabrice Bourlet (Piano); Véronique Bourlet (Cello); Lyonel Schmit (Violin)
- Running Time: 13 min. 17 sec.
- Written: 2000
Mulsant, Florentine : Sonata, for cello in 3 movements, Op. 27
- Performer: Henri Demarquette (Cello)
- Running Time: 17 min. 36 sec.
- Written: 2003