13 April 2016

A mon ami

“A mon ami is a monument to friendship, more specifically, to that shared by Frédéric Chopin and the French cellist Auquste Franchomme; a tribute to the special relationship that linked them from when they met in 1832 until the Polish man’s death. Reminiscent of this historic duo, Beatriz Blanco – Cellist and the pianist Federico Bosco conjure up this complicity and understanding in music that is full of both, as well as intimacy and passion.

… We find ourselves experiencing a CD that is remarkable because of the ongoing dialogue between the instruments, presenting us with fine phrasing and with a warm sound, transporting us to those old Parisian halls where Frédéric and Auguste shared their music.”

A wonderful review from Da capo al fine!

01-Hoffman Ei jauga jauga – I. Osei Pati, Martala // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  1. 01-Hoffman Ei jauga jauga – I. Osei Pati, Martala // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  2. 02-Hoffman Ei jauga jauga – II. Motula Mano, Sirdela // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  3. 03-Hoffman Ei jauga jauga – III. Isjoja Joja, Sodauto // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  4. 04-Hoffman Ei jauga jauga – IV. Ei Jauga Jauga // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  5. 05-Natalevicius Echoes of Silence // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  6. 06-Klova Ferihymnia // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  7. 07-Pranulyte LADA // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  8. 08-Jurkunas Audiodoodle #2 – I. fragmented, unanswered (question) // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  9. 09-Jurkunas Audiodoodle #2 – II. retrograde dance // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  10. 10-Jurkunas Audiodoodle #2 – III. audio glitch // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities
  11. 11-Naujalis Svajone // Trio Agora - Connecting Identities