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Trios for flute, cello and piano by Carl Czerny, Eugene Goossens and Katherine Hoover; a trio for flute, oboe and viola (with cello here) by Gustav Holst; piano pieces by Arthur Foote arranged for flute, oboe and cello by Rheta Smith; and a duo for flute and oboe by Thea Musgrave. Duration 68:18.
The Philadelphia-based Huntingdon Trio is a group of three extraordinarily talented individuals with a wide range of musical interests. In addition to performing standard literature for their modern instruments, they commission new works, transcribe and arrange others, and perform Baroque music on original instruments. More than 20 composers have written for the Trio, which has toured in the United States and Europe, performed on WQXR (New York) and National Public Radio, and recorded for Leonarda and CRI. The Trio is affiliated with Bucknell and Drexel Universities..
Musical Producer: Marnie Hall. Sound Recordist: George Blood. Recorded in Philadelphia at the Settlement Music School, September, 1986. DDD. Cover Painting: Claude Monet "Water Lilies" (c. 1920). Oil on canvas, right section of triptych, 6'6" x 14'. Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Mrs. Simon Guggenheim Fund. Photograph © 1987 The Museum of Modern Art, New York Graphic Design: Marnie Hall. Support: This recording is made possible with public funds from The New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. Additional funding for this recording was provided by Mobil Foundation, Inc. Copyright Leonarda Productions, Inc., 1988.