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A mesmerizing and compelling work, Romp has the effect of luring the listener in with the playfulness implied in its title only to take us on a brief intense and driving excursion. Melodic echoes of Milhaud and Copland play against Alexander’s subtle and surprising rhythms.
A sparkling duet for violin and cello inspired by the music and landscape of Argentina. The final movement of the work is in the popular tango style so closely associated with Argentina.
The Sonate, Opus 17, for cello and piano was first published around 1878, when Le Beau was 28 years old. She adheres to classical formal structures; her romantic impulses are soaring melodies, key changes that are occasionally stark, and a rhythmically propelling piano part that borders on virtuosic. This edition includes a reprint of the original piano score and a newly engraved cello/viola part.