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Lincoln Trio

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Piano Trio No. 2  
1.1
Ia. Lento
Ernst Bacon; Lincoln Trio
6:16
1.2
Ib. In Deliberate March Time
Ernst Bacon; Lincoln Trio
2:04
1.3
II. In an Easy Walk
Ernst Bacon; Lincoln Trio
4:47
1.4
III. Gravely Expressive
Ernst Bacon; Lincoln Trio
6:23
1.5
IV. Allegro
Ernst Bacon; Lincoln Trio
5:05
1.6
V. Commodo
Ernst Bacon; Lincoln Trio
1:52
1.7
VI. Vivace, ma non presto
Ernst Bacon; Lincoln Trio
4:30
Piano Trio, H. 312  
1.8
I. Slow & Solemn
Leo Sowerby; Lincoln Trio
14:29
1.9
II. Quiet & Serene
Leo Sowerby; Lincoln Trio
13:14
1.10
III. Fast. With Broad Sweep
Leo Sowerby; Lincoln Trio
9:09
Total Playing Time    67:49
The twice-Grammy-nominated Lincoln Trio — violinist Desirée Ruhstrat, cellist David Cunliffe, and pianist Marta Aznavoorian — offers engaging, rarely heard piano trios by 20th-century Chicago composers Leo Sowerby, winner of the Rome Prize and Pulitzer Prize for music, and Ernst Bacon, recipient of three Guggenheim Fellowships and a Pulitzer Fellowship. Bacon’s Trio No. 2 for Violin, Cello and Piano (1987) receives its world-premiere recording. Hailed by The New York Times as “a Composer Known for Echoing America,” Bacon infuses his six-movement trio with American influences including marches, folksong-like melodies, and jazz rhythms, validating Virgil Thomson’s assessment of Bacon’s music as “full of melody and variety; honest and skillful and beautiful.” Sowerby’s Trio for violin, violincello and pianoforte (1953) is “a work of tremendous integrity” that exhibits an “imposing structure, contrapuntal gymnastics, and a concern for instruments sounding as good as they can” (Classical Net). Sometimes virtuosic, sometimes reflective, the work is distinguished by an ever-evolving rhythmic and harmonic interplay between instruments.
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