By Dulcie Holland
For violin, violoncello and piano, c.15'00
The trio is in three movements opening with a very sombre and dark first movement, containing echoes of the Englishness of John Ireland, a sprightly scherzo, with a rapturous central theme, for a second movement and a lively third movement. There is a wonderful dialogue created between all three instruments in all the movements.
The work is not technically challenging but containing musical depth and a wide palette of various colour possibilities. Composed 1932
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By Louise Denson
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