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The Long Ear

The three works by the Amsterdam-born Henriëtte Bosmans (1895-1952) in this album all date from her early to mid-twenties. The Violin Sonata and Piano Trio are substantial pieces, both animated by the passion of youth - and, given their quality, it is astounding that they should be receiving their first recordings here. At this stage in her life Bosmans was still writing in an expansive, Romantic style, although echoes of French Impressionism, Spain and the Middle East can often be heard - and from time to time the Violin Sonata nods to Bach and Reger.
The three works by the Amsterdam-born Henriëtte Bosmans (1895-1952) in this album all date from her early to mid-twenties. The Violin Sonata and Piano Trio are substantial pieces, both animated by the passion of youth - and, given their quality, it is astounding that they should be receiving their first recordings here. At this stage in her life Bosmans was still writing in an expansive, Romantic style, although echoes of French Impressionism, Spain and the Middle East can often be heard - and from time to time the Violin Sonata nods to Bach and Reger.
5060113446541

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Format: CD
Label: Toccata
Rel. Date: 08/05/2022
UPC: 5060113446541

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The three works by the Amsterdam-born Henriëtte Bosmans (1895-1952) in this album all date from her early to mid-twenties. The Violin Sonata and Piano Trio are substantial pieces, both animated by the passion of youth - and, given their quality, it is astounding that they should be receiving their first recordings here. At this stage in her life Bosmans was still writing in an expansive, Romantic style, although echoes of French Impressionism, Spain and the Middle East can often be heard - and from time to time the Violin Sonata nods to Bach and Reger.
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