“Domestic” concerts have always moved along two opposite yet complementary strands: on one hand, the presence of non-professional musicians has led composers to write relatively “easy”, conventional musics, suited to technical possibilities and tastes, sometimes not too advanced, for the middle classes. On the other hand, however, the private nature of these concerts has allowed, at least some composers, to use the reduced audience of private houses as a sort of laboratory in which to experiment new compositional forms, unusual procedures, advanced timbral and sound solutions. And often, therefore, the habitat of hausmusik has been a particularly favorable environment for the renewal of compositional language. This last aspect, in the rather prolific production for flute, viola and guitar of the early nineteenth century, was investigated by our trio with unexpected and pleasant results.
PAOLO FRATINI flute, LORENZO RUNDO viola, STEFANO PALAMIDESSI guitar.
Music repertoire : Kreutzer, Matiegka ,Kuffner, Diabelli, Molino, von Call, Molitor, Rebay, Brower, Bogdanovich, Beethoven, Truhlar, Furstemau, Apostel, Weber .