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About the work:
The composer writes: 'Afterthoughts II is part of a cycle of chamber music pieces collectively known as Parlor Music, which draw their inspiration from popular music idioms of the first half of the twentieth century. Like its predecessor, Afterthoughts I for piano trio, this particular work was inspired by the music of the jazz era, particularly the fusion of jazz with the Latin American tango.'