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Luigi Boccherini: Sei Terzettini, Op. 47

La Real Cámara

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String Trio in A Major, Op. 47, No. 1, G. 107  
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I. Allegretto moderato
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
5:10
2
II. Tempo di minuetto - Amoroso
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
5:02
String Trio in G Major, Op. 47, No. 2, G. 108  
3
I. Andantino
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
6:51
4
II. Tempo di minuetto
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
5:05
String Trio in B-Flat Major, Op. 47, No. 3, G. 109  
5
I. Andante allegretto
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
7:19
6
II. Tempo di minuetto
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
4:29
String Trio in E-Flat Major, Op. 47, No. 4, G. 110  
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I. Adagio
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
5:11
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II. Tempo di minuetto
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
3:54
String Trio in D Major, Op. 47, No. 5, G. 111  
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I. Andantino moderato assai
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
7:33
10
II. Tempo di minuetto
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
4:31
String Trio in F Major, Op. 47, No. 6, G. 112  
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I. Allegretto moderato assai
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
3:10
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II. Allegro non tanto
Luigi Boccherini; La Real Cámara
4:15
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    62:30
Spanish conductor Emilio Moreno and his ensemble La Real Cámara have become known as specialists in the music of Luigi Boccherini. This is their seventh album dedicated to the composer's works, this time concentrating on the set of six string trios or Terzettini, scored (atypically for Boccherini) for violin, viola and cello and written when he was in full maturity both as a composer and a cellist. Over the decades Moreno has played Boccherini's chamber works with many gifted musicians; here, with La Real Cámara, he joins his own viola playing to that of two elite Japanese colleagues, violinist Natsumi Wakamatsu and cellist Hidemi Suzuki.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Glossa Studio Masters

Recorded in Saitama (Coppice Miyoshi Culture Center), Japan, on 25-27 March, 2014
Engineered and produced by Takashi Sakurai
Executive producer & editorial director: Carlos Céster
Editorial assistance: María Díaz, Mark Wiggins
Translations: Mark Wiggins (eng), Pierre Élie Mamou (fra), Susanne Lowien (deu)
Photograph of Natsumi Wakamatsu: Annelies van der Vegt
On the cover: Luis Paret y Alcázar (1746-1799), The Botanical Gardens seen from the Paseo del Prado (c. 1790). Museo del Prado, Madrid.

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