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.
The variable order of the twelve tones of the chromatic scale is very present in the construction of both preludes, but simultaneously maintains an harmonic cadential substrate.
The work is based on a summary of four songs from the Llibre Vermell (Red Book) by Montserrat.
Harmonices Mundi deals with the fugue in all its possibilities, often on its own, but also with preludes, associated to dances or within a partita. In this volume, the first five fugues are presented directly (in three or four voices) and it is only in the last piece that the fugue is presented with a prelude.
What is clear is that Jep Nuix masters on the most varied composition languages. In this work he uses the classical writing with absolute precision (over concrete indications on shapes, volumes..., “out of time” attacks when there is no a metronomic time reference... all in the search of the effects exposed in the titles).
Signe d’anells (2007) responds to the particular language used by Mestres Quadreny as well as the writing techniques which he has been faithful to all his life. This eloquent creation is supported by dodecaphonic elements but these are not only the unique elements...
Vara per dos by Josep M. Mestres Quadreny is a work in three small movements for piano for 4 hands.
This composition is based on the painting of the same title by Joan Miró. It is a short piece in a “naïve” style.