These three compositions by three Portuguese composers pay direct and indirect tribute to the music of Beethoven. The Piano Quintet by João Domingos Bomtempo was written in the style of the Viennese Classical mainstream even as Beethoven was changing its direction. The two works by César Viana and Jaime Reis both have distant roots in Beethoven but pay their homage in very different styles, one using relatively traditional language and the other more radical – as was Beethoven himself, of course.
Quarteto Lopes-Graça (Tracks 1–8)
Eliot Lawson and Luís Pacheco Cunha, violins
Isabel Pimentel, viola
Catherine Strynckx, cello
Katharine Rawdon, flute (Track 9)
Paulo Gaspar, clarinet (Track 9)
Luís Pacheco Cunha, violin (Track 9)
Taíssa Poliakova Cunha, piano
JOÃO DOMINGOS BOMTEMPO (1775–1842)
Piano Quintet in E flat major, Op. 16 (c. 1813)
CÉSAR VIANA (b. 1963)
Laberinto del oído (2020)*
JAIME REIS (b. 1983)
Sangue Inverso (2020)*
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Catalogue No: TOCN0021EAN/UPC: 5060640070219Release Date: 16.09.2022Artists: Katharine Rawdon,
Taíssa Poliakova Cunha
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