Monticello Trio plays Ives, Bresnick & Shatin
Liner Notes   Cat. No. NWCR583     Release Date: 2007-01-01

The Monticello Trio: Tannis Gibson, piano; Mark Rush, violin; Mathis Wexler, cello

Like Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and other early American architectural landmarks, the three works on this disc are examples of Americans revisiting and reinterpreting classical forms of the past. The violin-cello-piano instrumentation dates from the time of Bach as an outgrowth of the figured bass. It was employed extensively by Beethoven, primarily using the sonata form, and by most major Western composers thereafter. Here, such twentieth century sensibilities as asymmetry, quotation, and extended instrumental techniques are applied to the piano trio form in works that date from near the beginning and ending of our own century.

This title, originally issued on the CRI label, is now available as a burn-on-demand CD (CD-R) or download in MP3/320, FLAC or WAV formats. CD-Rs come in a protective sleeve; no print booklet or jewel case included. Liner notes are accessible via the link above.

Monticello Trio

Monticello Trio plays Ives, Bresnick & Shatin

MP3/320 $9.99
FLAC $9.99
WAV $9.99
CD-R $9.99
CD-Rs come in a protective sleeve; no print booklet or jewel case included.


Track Listing

Trio: I. Moderato
Charles Ives
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Trio: II. TSIAJ
Charles Ives
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Trio: III. Moderato con moto
Charles Ives
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Piano Trio: I. Semplice, Inesorabile
Martin Bresnick
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Piano Trio: II. Leggieramente, con accenti diversi ("Cat's Cradle")
Martin Bresnick
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Piano Trio: III. Parlando, Affetuoso
Martin Bresnick
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Piano Trio: IV. Ardente, Sperduto
Martin Bresnick
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Ignoto Numine
Judith Shatin
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