Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born
on January 27, 1756 in Salzburg. Two
trios in B flat Major, K.266 & K.172,
are among his chamber music composed for
a small ensemble.
first trio consists of two movements -Adagio and
Minuet- and the second one has a Minuet. Mozart
lived a very short life. He died on 1791.
Schubert was born on 1797. "Tear Drops" - one of
his famous Liedes- & "German Dance" are
presented in this album.
Tarrega was born in 1852. He was a virtuoso who
found the modern method or doctrine for guitar.
Tarrega died in 1909.
as one of the forms of choral musical
composition with sacred theme is known as
monophony or polyphony forms. The term "Motet"
has been used for naming this form since the
13th century. The Motet presented by SOL is
performed by three violins and memorizes the
sacred and oriental sense.
is a type of sacred but non-liturgical vocal
composition on the basis of the old themes and
melodies of 12th century. The word derives from
conductor and the conductus was most likely
carried by the priest from his own place in
church. The composer of Conductus could make his
own melodies or use other sources. A German
theorist of medieval music describes the
Conductus as below: "Presentation of the
loveliest melody and performance of the second
voice then after preferentially adding the third
voice as long as it is not making it
unpleasant." SOL performed the conductus with
Perotin is a French composer born in 1160. He
was a choirmaster and the composer of many
religious and non-religious works. Perotin is an
eminent representative of the Ancient Art. He
had become famous as "Perotin the Great" because
of polyphonic compositions. Perotin composed
organum and developed the styles of three and
four-part polyphony. Originally in Latin,
Organum means organ therefore the polyphonic
quality of Organum can be considered as an
organic concept. Perotin passed away in 1240.
Obrecht was born in 1457/8 and died in 1505.
After graduation from university he became a
priest. Motet and Chanson are two samples of his
numerous works where the medieval formalism and
the wisdom of modern age are merged.
of Childhood" by Aram Khachaturian, the great
Armenian composer, is nostalgia of motherland
and childhood. He was born in 1903 and died in
Sebastian Bach is known as one of the founders
of academic music. He was born in 1685 and died
in 1750. Prelude and Fuga for violin trio is a
sign of the genuine also different senses of his
nature. His family dominated the artistic &
academic society in Europe for two centuries.
Philipp Telemann is one the leads of Hamburg
doctrine in 18th century. He was born in 1681
and died in 1767. His music is an important link
between traditional counterpoint and Italian