A very fine example of the genre from a true master of the instrument. It is cast in a single movement featuring the continuous development of a theme introduced at the beginning, and is energetic and propulsive throughout.
Listen to the Sonata
Though no one would ever mistake this trio for anything but a 21st-century work, it clearly owes much to the past, from its conventional title and traditional 4-movement form to influences from such earlier masters as Bartòk and Messiaen. But there is also more than a whiff of rock-n-roll here, and an overlying, personal style that is entirely Didorenko's own.
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