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Morton Feldman: Trio (1980)

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  • Conductor: N/a
  • Composer: Morton Feldman
  • Audio CD (1 Mar. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mode
  • ASIN: B0032RS79E
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 302,985 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Trio - Various Performers

Product Description

MOD 216; MODE - Stati Uniti; Classica contemporanea Trio

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I ordered this double CD album to complement the DVD issue of the same recording. The latter has the disadvantage of no LPCM audio option. You get only Dolby Digital lossy compression for 2 channel stereo, or so-called 48/24 lossy DTS for surround. At least with the CDs you get uncompressed 44.1/16.

Anyway, as to the performance, until the Matchless Tilbury/Smiths audio DVD (LPCM 48/24 2 channel stereo) gets released (hopefully in the not too distant future, as of December 2014). This is the finest performance of Fledman's Trio you are likely to hear on disc. From the DVD it would appear that Rohan de Saram leads from the 'cello, and the flowing interaction between the players is evident to the ear, as it was to the eye via the DVD.

Even when the Matchess DVD does arrive, it will surely offer a complementary, rather than competitive alternative to this fine performance.
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HASH(0x8dc36564) out of 5 stars A superior performance by superior players 19 July 2012
By Koshiro MIURA - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Morton Feldman
Trio (1980)

CD 1 53: 33
CD 2 51: 53
Total 1 hours 45 minutes and 22 seconds

Marc Sabat, violin
Rohan de Saram, cello
Aki Takahashi, piano
Recording: 2006

For the stereo mix, the violin and piano are clearly separated left and right to accentuate their interplay.
It is notable to watch Rohan de Saram's additional role as conductor, often using his head to lead the trio thrugh Feldman's difficult time signatures. --- Producer Brian Brandt

I like Berio: The Complete Sequenzas, Alternate Sequenzas & Works for Solo Instruments. Rohan de Saram and Aki Takahashi play in it. I like them, so I bought this CD.

I think Rohan de Saram leads the performance. This is "Trio" not "Piano Trio".
Maybe Rohan de Saram counts repeats of tones. In Track 12 of CD 2, I hear the theme of "For Philip Guston", C - G - As - Es, that means John Cage, and the tone of "A" repeats more than fifty times there.

A superior performance by superior players.
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