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Roman Berger: Pathetique - Epilogue (Omaggio a L.v.B.) - Sonata No. 3 'da camera' - Impromptu - Allegro frenetico con reminiscenza

The Berger Trio

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Roman Berger; Ján Slávik; Ladislav Fanzowitz
Sonata No. 3 "Da camera"  
I. Andante con tristezza
Roman Berger; Ladislav Fanzowitz
II. Allegro deciso
Roman Berger; Ladislav Fanzowitz
III. Veloce
Roman Berger; Ladislav Fanzowitz
IV. Adagio inquieto
Roman Berger; Ladislav Fanzowitz
Allegro frenetico con reminiscenza
Roman Berger; Ján Slávik
Roman Berger; Branislav Dugovič
Epilogue (Omaggio a L.v.B.)
Roman Berger; The Berger Trio
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    78:11
Most of the works on this recording are world premieres, written by award-winning Polish composer and music theoretician Roman Berger and dedicated to the members of the Berger Trio, one of Slovakia’s leading ensembles. The pieces include a commemoration of the composer’s late wife and other aspects of parting. Berger is widely respected for his stand against political repression in Eastern Europe during the last century: he strongly believes that, even in a time of political stability, it is the duty of the composer-intellectual to draw attention to the flaws in society, in particular abuses of freedom and human rights.
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Recorded at the Empire Theatre, Hlohovec, Slovakia, 29–30 August 2013
Producer & Editor: Music Fund Slovakia
Engineer: Otto Nopp, Ladislav Krajčovič Publisher: Music Fund Slovakia
Produced in collaboration with the Music Fund Slovakia
Booklet notes: Ľubomír Chalupka; Roman Berger
Cover image: Saša Prudkov / Dreamstime

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