Piano trio

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dedicated to Heribert De Caluwe

Opus 81 n° 2

History

  • Composed from March to Augustus 1973 in Ypres, Nerja (ES) and Koksijde.
  • First performance on 19 January 1974 in RTB auditory 1 in Brussels at the "IVe Biennale de Musique Belge". The musicians were the members of the Beethoven Trio.[1][2]

Music

  • instrumentation: piano trio[3]
  • duration: ca 15'

Parts

  • I. Allegro appassionato ma non troppo vivace
    • time signature: 5/4
      Legley 81-2-1.jpg
  • II.
    • Scherzando, ma non troppo vivace
      • time signature: 8/8
        Legley 81-2-2.jpg
    • Presto e leggiero
      • time signature: 2/4
    • Adagio
      • time signature: 3/2
  • III. Tarantelle
    • tempo: Vivace
      Legley 81-2-3.jpg
    • time signature: 6/8

Sources

  • autograph: Royal Conservatory Brussels (B-Bc), shelf number BV-03-4046
  • first edition (score and parts): CeBeDeM, Brussels, 1978

Notes

  1. The Beethoven Trio consisted of Marjeta Delcourte-Korosec (violin), Carlo Schmitz (cello) and Heribert de Caluwe (piano).
  2. Invitation IVe Biennale de Musique Belge, RTB, Brussels 1974, located in Royal Conservatory Brussels (B-Bc), no shelf number yet (Legley archives).
  3. Violin, cello and piano.