℗ 2014 Genuin
Released April 29, 2014
Duration 56m 52s
Catalogue No. GEN14306
Genre Classical (Chamber Music)
 

A Musical Reverie: Works by Akira Miyoshi, Carl Maria von Weber, Bohuslav Martinů

Atsuko Koga, Georgiy Lomakov, Radosław Kurek

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Sonata for Flute, Cello and Piano  
1.1
I. Modéré
Akira Miyoshi; Atsuko Koga; Georgiy Lomakov; Radosław Kureka
4:23
1.2
II. Passacaille
Akira Miyoshi; Atsuko Koga; Georgiy Lomakov; Radosław Kurek
5:05
1.3
III. Finale
Akira Miyoshi; Atsuko Koga; Georgiy Lomakov; Radosław Kurek
3:54
Trio in G Minor for Piano, Flute and Cello, Op. 63, J 259  
1.4
I. Allegro moderato
Carl Maria von Weber; Atsuko Koga; Georgiy Lomakov; Radosław Kurek
9:07
1.5
II. Scherzo. Allegro vivace
Carl Maria von Weber; Atsuko Koga; Georgiy Lomakov; Radosław Kurek
2:50
1.6
III. Schäfers Klage. Andante espressivo
Carl Maria von Weber; Atsuko Koga; Georgiy Lomakov; Radosław Kurek
4:21
1.7
IV. Finale. Allegro
Carl Maria von Weber; Atsuko Koga; Georgiy Lomakov; Radosław Kurek
6:03
Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano, H. 300  
1.8
I. Poco allegretto
Bohuslav Martinů; Atsuko Koga; Georgiy Lomakov; Radosław Kurek
4:14
1.9
II. Adagio
Bohuslav Martinů; Atsuko Koga; Georgiy Lomakov; Radosław Kurek
8:50
1.10
III. Andante - Allegretto scherzando
Bohuslav Martinů; Atsuko Koga; Georgiy Lomakov; Radosław Kurek
8:05
Digital Booklet
Japanese flutist Atsuko Koga and her partners Georgiy Lomakov on cello and pianist Radoslaw Kurek travel a musical and spiritual landscape featuring dreams, illusions, nightmares, tender and formidable images. The trio interprets three unknown treasures of chamber music here, including the lost melodies of Japanese composer Akira Miyoshi, the yearning musical arcs of Carl Maria von Weber and the playful, even euphoric figurations of Bohuslav Martinu.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters

Recorded at Schloss Britz, Germany, March 3–5, 2013 Recording Producer / Tonmeister: Karsten Zimmermann Editing: Karsten Zimmermann, Holger Busse Piano: Bechstein D 282 Piano Tuning: Naoki Yamauchi Text: Atsuko Koga, Magdeburg English Translation: Matthew Harris, Ibiza Photography: Kartal Karagedik, Erfurt Booklet Editing: Katrin Haase, Leipzig Layout: Silke Bierwolf, Leipzig Graphic Design: Thorsten Stapel, Münster
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.79
-7.87 to -0.46
-25.12
-29.07 to -22.63
14
13 to 16
1
I. Modéré
-1.00-25.0514
2
II. Passacaille
-0.69-27.2116
3
III. Finale
-1.50-24.2015
4
I. Allegro moderato
-1.31-24.2713
5
II. Scherzo. Allegro vivace
-0.46-23.7014
6
III. Schäfers Klage. Andante espressivo
-7.87-29.0713
7
IV. Finale. Allegro
-1.02-23.2514
8
I. Poco allegretto
-0.77-22.6314
9
II. Adagio
-2.66-28.3915
10
III. Andante - Allegretto scherzando
-0.61-23.3915

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