Video of Georg Tintner's Fugal Moods for String Trio.
|Date||10th August 2017|
Georg Tintner’s Fugal Moods began its genesis during the composer’s sojourn in London as a refugee in 1939. The first movement of this work began as a three-part fugue in C minor for piano, later entitled Grief. The second fugue, composed in Auckland was entitled Joy. The third and fourth movements, Doubt and Cheerful Summary complete the set. This performance features Benjamin Adler (Violin I), Charlotte Fetherston (Viola) and Joseph Eisinger (Cello) and lasts approximately 12 minutes 30 seconds.