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Debussy - Ravel

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Piano Trio in G Major, L. 3  
1
I. Andantino con moto allegro
Claude Debussy; Feininger Trio
9:18
2
II. Scherzo - Intermezzo. Moderato allegro
Claude Debussy; Feininger Trio
3:29
3
III. Andante espressivo
Claude Debussy; Feininger Trio
4:09
4
IV. Finale. Appassionato
Claude Debussy; Feininger Trio
5:38
Piano Trio in A Minor, M. 67  
5
I. Modéré
Maurice Ravel; Feininger Trio
9:08
6
II. Pantoum. Assez vif
Maurice Ravel; Feininger Trio
4:23
7
III. Passacaille. Tres large
Maurice Ravel; Feininger Trio
7:22
8
IV. Finale. Animé
Maurice Ravel; Feininger Trio
5:20
Petite Suite, L. 88  
9
I. En Bateau. Andantino
Claude Debussy; Feininger Trio
3:43
10
II. Cortège. Moderato
Claude Debussy; Feininger Trio
3:40
11
III. Menuet. Moderato
Claude Debussy; Feininger Trio
3:06
12
IV. Ballet. Allegro giusto
Claude Debussy; Feininger Trio
3:23
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    62:39
Founded in 2005, the Feininger Trio has dedicated itself to the intense, prolonged study of the piano trio. This release finds the ensemble navigating the works of Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, two figures intimately associated with musical impressionism. Debussy wrote his Piano Trio in G Major at the young age of 18, and the piece abounds with the sonic surprises and experimentations indicative of a blossoming composer. In contrast, Ravel’s Piano Trio in A Minor demonstrates the artful considerations of sonority and balance of a composer well into his career. Also included in this release is Debussy’s playful Petite Suite for 4 Hand Piano, arranged for piano trio by David Riniker.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Feininger Trio Studio Masters

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