Clara Schumann’s Piano Trio in G minor, op. 17, is considered one of her greatest masterpieces and her most ambitious, large-scale work since the Piano Concerto she wrote as a teenager.
Kinds of Blue bathes in a palette of blue sonorities and bluesy, suspended textures, drawing inspiration from works by Mark Rothko and also from the blue renderings in Derek Jarman’s ‘Chroma’.
Beyond the ridge, the ranges far is a tone poem composed by Harry Sdraulig for cello and orchestra and inspired by mountain landscapes. It was commissioned by Gisela Püllen and Karl Gordon, and is dedicated to Gisela.