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WWE 1CD 20424
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Trio Catch
In Between
01
Georges Aperghis – Trio 10:58
02
Beat Furrer – Aer 06:57
03
Younghi Pagh-Paan – Silbersaiten II 05:48
04
Franco Donatoni – Cerocchi 70 01:27
05
Franco Donatoni – Elly 00:35
06
Morton Feldman – Three clarinets, cello and piano 09:13
07
Márton Illés – Rajzok III 16:13
08
John Bull / Márton Illés – In nomine VI 04:35
09
Mark Andre – ...als... I 15:51
Total Time 01:11:37
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01 In Between, Aperghis Georges, Trio – for clarinet, cello and piano 10:58
02 In Between, Furrer Beat, Aer 07:06
03 In Between, Pagh-Paan Younghi, Silbersaiten II 05:57
04 In Between, Donatoni Franco, Cerocchi 70 01:37
05 In Between, Donatoni Franco, Elly 00:44
06 In Between, Feldman Morton, Three clarinets, cello and piano 09:22
08 In Between, Bull John/ Illés Márton, In nomine VI 04:44
Download info: Some tracks are longer than the maximum length for single track downloads. Of course the complete album download contains ALL tracks!
Expedition to the Edges
Trio Catch are at home in musical fringe areas, somewhere between tones, sounds and noises. In his liner notes Rainer Peters describes their music as “expedition to the edges;” and this is exactly where the three ladies intend to take us, to reveal to us to the manifold facets of transgressions and abysses, the dangers and the beauty inherent in them.

The landscape of sound we perceive is full of surprises, shaped by delight in subtle details and modified rules. With their debut album Trio Catch have succeeded in creating a reference recording for the trio instrumentation clarinet, violoncello and piano, taking their listeners with them into a fascinating world of strange encounters.
Instrumenation
Trio Catch
Boglárka Pecze, clarinet, bass clarinet
Eva Boesch, violoncello
Sun-Young Nam, piano

Guests on track 06:
Sabine Meyer, clarinet
Reiner Wehle, clarinet
Recommendation
“The succinctness of his work will first become fully apparent when it becomes possible to view the second half of the twentieth century from something more like a bird’s-eye view.” (Alessandro Solbiati) 
Pax Questuosa (1982) vividly tells “of the vicarious suffering for peace, which, while broken again and again, remains our only hope.” 
The exceptional violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja not only impresses audiences and critics – she also inspires eminent composers like Kühr, Resch & Zykan. 
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