Jonathan Newmark | Trios & Duos-Chamber Music 1993-2001

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Trios & Duos-Chamber Music 1993-2001

by Jonathan Newmark

Gorgeous, haunting, emotional, witty works performed by string trio and by combinations of the French horn, bassoon, oboe and piano.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. String Trio for Violin, Viola and Cello: Slow-Quick-Tempo I
4:17 album only
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2. String Trio for Violin, Viola and Cello: With An Attitude
2:21 album only
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3. String Trio for Violin, Viola and Cello: Uncomfortably Slow
6:34 album only
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4. Duo Sonatina for Two Bassoons: Sostenuto, Quarter-84
4:50 album only
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5. Duo Sonatina for Two Bassoons: Dotted Quarter-120
3:07 album only
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6. Duo Sonatina for Two Bassoons: Sostenuto, Quarter-58
3:09 album only
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7. Duo Sonatina for Two Bassoons: Quarter-108
2:05 album only
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8. Introduction for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano
4:10 album only
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9. Scherzo for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano
2:28 album only
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10. Chaconne and Fugue for Horn and Piano
8:26 album only

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Album Notes
"The music is extremely expressive - strong harmonies and striking sonorities create a new sound, the mark a fresh voice in classical chamber music...Mr Newmark’s understanding of how to combine the various instruments is excellent. His use of harmonic shades in Trios & Duets is extremely interesting, albeit he tends to prefer the darker sonorities...[Chaconne and Fugue:] I highly recommend any serious horn player to consider adding this piece to their repertoire. It is, perhaps one of the most beautiful horn pieces I have ever heard."
- Chip Michael, Interchanging Idioms blog, May 2009


[Duo Sonatina]"...a good work [which] deserves to reach a larger audience."
- Ronald Klimko, Double Reed Journal

[Introduction and Scherzo:] "I like the style for its expressiveness and its accessibility to both the performer and the listener. It would make a nice contrasting work on a
chamber music recital. I recommend it strongly to you
as a well-written piece of modern music by a skillful
composer."
- Ronald Klimko, Double Reed Journal

"...I was really impressed. Both pieces [the Duo Sonatina and Introduction and Scherzo] have terrific ideas, colors, and moods, and [Newmark's] writing for the instruments show that [he knows] what they can do. Fabulous!"
- John Steinmetz, composer/bassoonist, Los Angeles

"I just listened to the entire thing at one sitting. [Newmark's] ability to spin a few pithy ideas into a substantial piece is wonderful. I was especially impressed by the String Trio..."
- James McVoy, composer, West Chester University (Retired), Pennsylvania

"You handle motivic structures gorgeously, never the same way either. The "Chaconne and Fugue" proceeds with dignified variations to the climax. I absolutely love that piece especially. Thank you for sending me a CD that I shall - and do - treasure."
- Gloria Wilson Swisher, Composer, Shoreline College and University of Washington, Seattle

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