Paul Juon: Trio Miniatures, Op.18 & 24
Trio Miniatures, Op.18 & 24
Violon, violoncelle et piano
The "Trio Miniatures" are among the most frequently played chamber music works by the Russian-Swiss composer Paul Juon (1872-1940). Originally written for piano, the four pieces "Rêverie" (after op 18 no 3), "Humoresque" (after op 18 no 7), "Elegy" (after op 18 no 6) and "Danse fantastique "(op. 24 No. 2 after) give a wonderful insight into Juons sound poetry, his art of storytelling in music, his joy in dancing and rhythmic surprises. The carefully revised edition contains all the possible changes of instrumentation and includes the clarinet in the score for the first time. Numerous differences between the score and parts were removed, earlier editorial additions revealed and mistakes corrected. A detailed audit report gives information about it.
Reverie op. 18 Nr. 3 - Humoreske op. 18 Nr. 7 - Elégie op. 18 Nr. 6 - Danse phantastique op. 24 Nr. 6(ISMN 9790011411001)