The initial cell of the descending arpeggio gives unity to the work that, despite its briefness, clearly shows the personality of Fleta Polo’s language and his deep knowledge of the different instruments he writes for.
In the opening section of Caprici núm. 2 by F. Fleta Polo the instruments are presented one by one through the use of solo parts, before merging to form the chamber piece proper, and the contrapuntal writing can be seen throughout in a piece whose appeal lies in its contrasts in colour and character.
Two movements for trio (violin, cello and piano) is one of the first works which Jordi Cervelló has composed, in 1968. The two movements are Adagio and Allegro energico.
The content of the work Graffiti revolves around the desolation in which modern society lives because of habits imposed by a few people exercising power. In a way, graffiti art expresses this rebellion against the system, creating a world of fantastic graphics to escape the oppression of everyday life.
The Idil·li per a trio (violin, cello and piano) by Agustí Borgunyó is a short work of less than six minutes and yet it is full of intensity, lyricism and expressive power.
The piece Moebius Trio by Rodríguez Picó includes the peculiar properties of the Moebius looped strip by using themes predominantly built up around long notes that give a feeling of a flat yet wavy surface, and by linking the different parts as if always bringing us back to the beginning again.
Trio en mi by Joaquim Serra has a very classical structure as a whole and in the form of each movement: at the first place Sonata, Song at the second place, and Rondó at the third.
Trio for violin, cello and piano no. 1 by Lluís Benejam is structured into four movements, has a duration of nearly twenty minutes and an optimistic, romantic feel.
In his String Trio No. 1 (1956) Lluís Benejam plays with the sounds of two violins and a viola from a classical premise yet with a modern spirit.