The trio sonata is a genre, typically consisting of three or four movements with contrasting two melody instruments and a continuo. Originating in the early seventeenth-century, the trio sonata was a favorite chamber ensemble combination in the Baroque.
Trio sonata, major chamber-music genre in the Baroque era (c. –c. ), written in three parts: two top parts played by violins or other high melody.
The trio sonata – a chamber-music form par excellence (photo: Which is surprising when you consider that for most of the Baroque period it.
The Trio Sonata genre dates back to the Baroque period – it was very popular between about Despite its name, the Trio Sonata is a.
8 CDs for the price of 3 Formed in , London Baroque enjoys the position of and , the present boxed set of trio sonatas can be seen as the fruit .
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Baroque Trio Sonatas on Discogs.
London Baroque offers another installment in its ongoing European Trio Sonata series, this time devoted to 18th-century Italy; as with the ensemble's previous.