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16 Trios for String Trio
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Today, Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738) is considered to be the last great harp player of Ireland and is surrounded by an almost mystical aura. Unlike any other, he knew how to combine old Irish music with Italian Baroque music, thus creating a large number of compositions about 200 of which have survived. Beautiful pieces between folk and art music. 16 of them were selected by Patrick Pföß and arranged for string trio (Two Violins and Cello).
Publisher: Edition Schott
Composer: O'Carolan, Turlough
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