On the occasion of the Orlando Festival 2016, a number of concerts took place in the Aula Major of Rolduc Abbey with special performances of works by Schumann, Dvořák and Ravel.
First of all, the Storioni Trio with Robert Schumann’s beautiful first piano trio. Livia Sohn (violin), Ron Schaaper (horn) and Hardy Rittner (piano) perform Brahms’ fascinating horn trio, and the Lafayette Quartet from Canada play Antonín Dvořák’s well-known and sometimes deeply melancholic string quartet op.96. In addition, you can enjoy Maurice Ravel’s music to accompany the fairy tales of Mother Goose. And in a very special arrangement. Peter Tornyai wrote a version for flute, clarinet, violin and piano for the Hungarian Weiner Ensemble. To complete this broadcast, you will hear Charles Koechlin’s trio. This composer was always looking for unique sounds and in this case he opted for the versatile combination of flute, clarinet and bassoon.
|1||Robert Schumann – Piano trio no.1, op.65|
|2||Johannes Brahms – Horn trio, op.40|
|Livia Sohn, violin, Ron Schaaper, horn, Hardy Rittner, piano|
|3||Antonín Dvořák – String quartet no.12, op.96|
|Lafayette String Quartet|
|4||Maurice Ravel – Ma Mère L’Oye Suite|
|5||Charles Koechlin – Trio op.92|
|Ingrid Geerlings, flute, Alan R. Ray, clarinet, Dorian Cooke, bassoon|