Francesco Molino – Grand Trio Concertant, op. 30. New edition by Brian Jeffery. Paperbound.


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The clothbound copies of this title are handsome but unfortunately have slight dampmarks (not too bad but they are there). However, one person who bought one of these clothbound copies wrote that the clothbound stand up better on the music stand and that that was more important to him than to worry about a few marks.

Francesco Molino’s Grand Trio Concertant, op. 30, for violin or flute, viola, and guitar, is a major work from about 1823, previously unknown and now published for the first time in a modern edition. Re-engraved, score and parts. In four movements, lasting about 15-20 minutes in performance. This is a new  modern re-engraved edition made by Brian Jeffery from the original edition, with a new preface.

“It was love at first sight [on first playing this Grand Trio Concertant op. 30 of Molino]” (Francesco Biraghi)

TECLA 0235 (paperbound), TECLA 0236 (clothbound). 28 pages score plus 40 pages parts. 12 x 9 inches.  2005.

Here are Olavo Tengner Barros flauta de 8 chaves, Jean-Loup Lecomte viola, and Mário Carreira guitar playing the Larghetto and the Rondo from this trio by Francesco Molino at the Conservatório de Música do Porto – 22/11/2010.

“Full of natural grace and charm . . . engaging melodies, pleasant contrasts, and interesting byplay among the parts . . . I would expect this to receive many performances and very warm audience reactions.” (David Grimes in Soundboard, 2006).

“Questa splendida composizione vede finalmente le stampe in edizione moderna e viene cosi messa a disposizione di tutti gli interpreti.  … questa bella edizione … L’edizione è molto curata sia nella grafica che nella impaginazione” (Marco Riboni in Il Fronimo, July 2005)

(“This splendid composition is finally published in a modern edition and so is put at the disposition of all performers. … this beautiful edition … The edition is carefully made, in the graphic appearance as well as in the pagination.”)

Read the complete preface to this edition with more information, with a note by Francesco Biraghi.

Tecla home page.

Copyright 2005 by Tecla Editions. Errors and omissions excepted.


Weight270 g

eBook, Paperbound, Clothbound


Paperbound: ISBN 978-0-948607-65-3

Clothbound: ISBN 978-0-948607-66-0