Cecile Chaminade wrote approximately 400 compositions which she began composing in the mid-1860's; almost all of them were published. Much of her published music was written in the popular salon style of late 19th-century France, like the Piano Trio, Op. 11. It was dedicated to Chaminade's friend, violinist Joseph Marsick, and was published in 1881 by Durand, soon after its 1880 premiere. Reviews of the time called it "remarkable" and "truly beautiful... romantic in its abundance of ideas." This reprint of the first Durand edition makes this piece once again available to enjoy.
Trio - Piano Trio
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