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)
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.
Copyright 2005 by Tecla Editions. Errors and omissions excepted.