Trio Siciliano plays the GREAT CLAUDE DEBUSSY & RYUICHI SAKAMOTO (music and more inside)

in classical •  2 years ago  (edited)

In between all the electronic music posts, I felt this morning to share with you some classical music. The selection: a great ensemble "Trio Siciliano" playing pieces from two great composers, the classical French composer "Claude Debussy" and the Japanese soundtrack composer "Ryuichi Sakamoto".

The ensemble is from the island of Sicily - as suggested by their name - from the city of Palermo to be exact. Trio Siciliano - formed in 1985 - brings some fine recordings to us and has been awarded prizes in various national competitions and have played for the bigger musical associations in Italy including the Friends of Music Palermo, Trapani, Messina, Siracusa, Ravenna, Dolo, Alessandria, Vicenza, Novara, Köln, Festival 900 Palermo and more.

I'm not a big fan of writing and re-writing biographies, therefore - for those who are interested - I included links to respective Wikipedia pages for both composers as well as the ensemble.

  • Trio Siciliano: click here
  • Debussy: click here
  • Sakamoto: click here

If you love piano and strings, this is an album you shall listen to. Such an enjoyable production!

  • Artist: Trio Siciliano
  • Album: Debussy / Sakamoto
  • Year: 2012

NJOY


Trio Siciliano - Debussy / Sakamoto (2012)
complete album at Spotify: click here
30 minutes previews at iTunes: click image

Tracks

Claude Debussy
Trio in G Major: I. Tempo andantino con moto allegro
Trio in G Major: II. Moderato con allegro
Trio in G Major: III. Andante espressivo
Trio in G Major: IV. Appassionato

Ryuichi Sakamoto
The Last Emperor
Rain
The Sheltering Sky
NJP
Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence

more Music

Spotify: click here

Discography

Artist Website: click here

Website

Artist Website: click here


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Great collection of songs.

Thank you, enjoy!