– Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Trio for clarinet, viola, and piano in E flat major, K. 498 (‘Kegelstatt Trio’)
– Robert Schumann: ‘Fairy Tales’ – four pieces for clarinet, viola, and piano, Op. 132
– Johannes Brahms: Two Songs for clarinet, viola, and piano, Op. 91
– Claude Debussy, arr. Matan Porat: Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun
– Béla Bartók: Contrasts for viola, clarinet, and piano, Sz. 111
This is a very diverse programme stylistically, ranging from Mozart’s classical moderation to the romanticism of Schumann and Brahms, the impressionism of Claude Debussy, and the modern musical language of Béla Bartók. The pieces have in common their unusual instrumentation: piano, viola, and clarinet. When the individual parts are played by superb instrumentalists.