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Trio Eclipse - a highly original chamber music ensemble from Switzerland. Their debut album for Prospero Classical features works by Gershwin, Nino Rota and contemporary jazz composers. The young musicians from Switzerland and Hungary met for the first time during their studies at the Music Academy in Basel. Their shared passion for chamber music led to the founding of the clarinet trio. Their interpretations are characterized above all by the homogeneity of timbre and texture in the interaction of the individual instruments. Since its foundation, the Eclipse Trio has performed at various festivals and has been invited to play live in the studio for France Musique in Paris, Espace 2 and Radio SRF in Switzerland. The trio is a prizewinner of Orpheus, "Swiss Chamber Music Competition" 2016, the Osaka International Chamber Music Competition 2017 and the Migros Culture Percentage Competition 2019. Their debut album shows their stylistic and programmatic range: from George Gershwin's "An American in Paris" to the relatively unknown clarinet trio of Nino Rota; complemented by original "jazzy" compositions by Daniel Schnyder, Thomas Demenga, Simon Heggendorn and Sean Hickey.

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1
An American in Paris (Arranged by Stefan Schröter)
00:18:29

George Gershwin, Composer - Public Domain., MusicPublisher - Martin Korn, Producer - Trio Eclipse, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Prospero Classical (P) 2020 Prospero Classical

2
Trio for Cello, Clarinet & Piano: I. Allegro
00:05:18

Nino Rota, Composer - Martin Korn, Producer - SCHOTT MUSIC, MusicPublisher - Trio Eclipse, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Prospero Classical (P) 2020 Prospero Classical

3
Trio for Cello, Clarinet & Piano: II. Andante
00:05:16

Nino Rota, Composer - Martin Korn, Producer - SCHOTT MUSIC, MusicPublisher - Trio Eclipse, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Prospero Classical (P) 2020 Prospero Classical

4
Trio for Cello, Clarinet & Piano: III. Allegrissimo
00:04:16

Nino Rota, Composer - Martin Korn, Producer - SCHOTT MUSIC, MusicPublisher - Trio Eclipse, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Prospero Classical (P) 2020 Prospero Classical

5
Summer Breeze II
00:06:48

Thomas Demenga, Composer - Martin Korn, Producer - Trio Eclipse, MainArtist - Müller und Schade Verlag, MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Prospero Classical (P) 2020 Prospero Classical

6
Siena
00:06:51

Martin Korn, Producer - Simon Heggendorn, Composer - Trio Eclipse, MainArtist - Composer^s manuscript, MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Prospero Classical (P) 2020 Prospero Classical

7
Tiergarten
00:11:42

Cantabile, MusicPublisher - Sean Hickey, Composer - Martin Korn, Producer - Trio Eclipse, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Prospero Classical (P) 2020 Prospero Classical

8
A Friday Night in August
00:08:42

Daniel Schnyder, Composer - Martin Korn, Producer - Edition Kunzelmann, MusicPublisher - Trio Eclipse, MainArtist

(C) 2020 Prospero Classical (P) 2020 Prospero Classical

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Trio Eclipse - a highly original chamber music ensemble from Switzerland. Their debut album for Prospero Classical features works by Gershwin, Nino Rota and contemporary jazz composers. The young musicians from Switzerland and Hungary met for the first time during their studies at the Music Academy in Basel. Their shared passion for chamber music led to the founding of the clarinet trio. Their interpretations are characterized above all by the homogeneity of timbre and texture in the interaction of the individual instruments. Since its foundation, the Eclipse Trio has performed at various festivals and has been invited to play live in the studio for France Musique in Paris, Espace 2 and Radio SRF in Switzerland. The trio is a prizewinner of Orpheus, "Swiss Chamber Music Competition" 2016, the Osaka International Chamber Music Competition 2017 and the Migros Culture Percentage Competition 2019. Their debut album shows their stylistic and programmatic range: from George Gershwin's "An American in Paris" to the relatively unknown clarinet trio of Nino Rota; complemented by original "jazzy" compositions by Daniel Schnyder, Thomas Demenga, Simon Heggendorn and Sean Hickey.

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