℗ 2017 Naxos
Released June 9, 2017
Duration 1h 11m 34s
Genre Classical
 

Alejandro Román: Chamber Music

Trío Arbós, Justo Sanz, Marta Knörr

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1.1
Epojé, Op. 50
Alejandro Román; José Miguel Gómez; Juan Carlos Garvayo
6:00
Trio Sonata, Op. 9d "3 Tableaux français"  
1.2
I. Confrontación
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
4:43
1.3
II. Contemplación
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
5:36
Trio Sonata, Op. 9d, "3 Tableaux français"  
1.4
III. Conclusión
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
4:13
Diégesis, Op. 52  
1.5
I. Lamento - II. Mutación - III. Visión
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
4:33
1.6
IV. Oda - V. Caos - VI. Anagnórisis (Finale)
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
6:14
Zootropías, Op. 45  
1.7
I. Chacona
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
4:50
1.8
II. Obstinación
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
5:00
1.9
III. En círculos
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
3:20
1.10
IV. Tras la ventana
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
2:41
1.11
V. Soledades
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
3:50
1.12
VI. Sous la pluie
Alejandro Román; Trío Arbós
3:32
Homenaje a Bartók, Op. 10b  
1.13
I. Coral - Scherzo - Fuga
Alejandro Román; Justo Sanz; Trío Arbós
5:45
1.14
II. Rondó - Solos - Humoresque
Alejandro Román; Justo Sanz; Trío Arbós
4:38
1.15
Nocturno, Op. 54
Alejandro Román; Marta Knörr; Cecilia Bercovich; Juan Carlos Garvayo
6:39
Digital Booklet
Another instalment in Naxos’s Spanish Classics series, this recording by Trío Arbós presents several works by Madrid composer Alejandro Román. Influenced by jazz and popular music styles as well as art music composers, this release displays Román’s diversity as a composer, as performed by one of Spain’s leading chamber ensembles.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.65
-4.46 to -0.10
-20.84
-27.65 to -18.69
13
11 to 14
1
Epojé, Op. 50
-0.20-19.6812
2
I. Confrontación
-0.10-21.2414
3
II. Contemplación
-0.10-22.2013
4
III. Conclusión
-0.40-19.2812
5
I. Lamento - II. Mutación - III. Visión
-0.18-20.1213
6
IV. Oda - V. Caos - VI. Anagnórisis (Finale)
-0.24-20.3613
7
I. Chacona
-2.26-22.5412
8
II. Obstinación
-0.10-19.2013
9
III. En círculos
-0.10-19.3812
10
IV. Tras la ventana
-4.46-27.6513
11
V. Soledades
-0.40-18.6911
12
VI. Sous la pluie
-0.40-19.1512
13
I. Coral - Scherzo - Fuga
-0.10-20.0813
14
II. Rondó - Solos - Humoresque
-0.40-20.6313
15
Nocturno, Op. 54
-0.31-22.4114

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