Two days ago Scheufele-Leidig uploaded his commemoration of the untimely death of Gaël Liardon, who died in 2018 at the age of 44.
He also pointed to Liardon's own website, where his music can be downloaded: http://www.gaelliardon.ch
Until then, I knew Liardon's music only from imslp. On his own website is music available that is not on imslp.
One of these works is his (unfinished) Triosonata in g major. I uploaded the first part yesterday (https://www.contrebombarde.com/concerthall/music/41958
The second movement is a moving piece in 6/8 meter. The inspiration for this movement was likely the second movement of Bach's first triosonate. I like the way in which Liardon keeps the sequences short and yhus maintains the musical suspense.
Really a great work. It's sad we'll never know how Liardon intended to finish this "Sonate en trio". But I am grateful for the two movements that he did finish before his untimely death