Feminine Fusion

July 20 – 26: Three by Three, Part 2

The Ahn Trio

The Ahn Trio

“We don’t want anyone to classify our music.  We would rather they simply love our music for what it is.  Trying to define modern classical music is like trying to define modern art.” – The Ahn Trio

There is a balance to music performed by trios.  Done well, the trio presents a rich, full sound, yet it is still small and intimate enough to draw you into the music, to make you feel a part of it.  Today we’ll hear from several trios of women making music together.

 

“Three by Three, Part 2”

 

Astor Piazzolla:  Primavera Porteña, from Four Seasons in Buenos Aires
Ahn Trio
“Ahn-Plugged”
EMI Classics 57022

Dan Locklair:  Dream Steps – A Dance Suite (selections)
Fire Pink Trio
“Poetry in Motion”
MSR Classics 1511

Robert Muczynski:  Fragments
Ceora Winds
“Postcards”
CD Baby

Fernande Decruck:  Trio Classique
Reeds Amis
“The Reed Trios of Fernande Decruck”
CD Baby

Bohuslav Martinů:  String Trio No. 2
Albers Trio
“Albers Trio:  Mozart and Martinů”
CD Baby

David Bowie/Pat Metheny:  This Is Not America
Ahn Trio
“Ahn-Plugged”
EMI Classics 57022

 

Run time:  58:29

 

Feminine Fusion highlights the roles of women in classical music.  Host Diane Jones brings you stories and music of the women who create, perform, and inspire.  Produced in the studios at WCNY-FM.

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