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 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.
Concertino for Piano and Strings is characterised by its organic and straight-forward construction, developed with a modesty and simplicity in its musical themes and expressions, which affords it a sense of unity, transparency and clarity.
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.
Remembering Millàs, this short piece contains the melodic potential of the chosen medieval song in the form of variations, using a discreet modal language with brief dissonances that do not affect the consistency of the musical approach.
The author captures the detail of the little things, from subtle moments to extract the musical symbols. His language is clear and essential.
Padrós chose titles with anonymous melodies, which he was complementing with a good amount of counterpoint and modal harmonies, and are an unusual accompaniment for piano.