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CD album cover 'Found' (GEN 16426) with TrioSono

GEN 16426 EAN: 4260036254266

6.5.2016 Special offer
18.90 Ä 16.90 Ä

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When a CD includes three piano trios from three stylistic periods, this usually isnít anything out of the ordinary. But when two of the works are world premiere recordings, we look twice. With TrioSono, three leading musicians from eastern Germany (members of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and Dresden Staatskapelle) have joined together, presenting their GENUIN debut CD with works by Joseph Haydn, Friedrich Schneider, and August Klughardt. And the recently-rediscovered trios of the latter two composers are played so naturally, beautifully, and sensitively that they seem to be age-old staples of the repertoire. Musical discoverers will be delighted by these remarkable chamber works.

MusicWeb International
"The performances of the two discoveries are persuasive and the recording (...) is very good. The notes in the booklet are very helpful."
Review on the MusicWeb International by Brian Wilson, June 2016

MusicWeb International
"All in all, this is a very fine recording, which collectors of the unsung will definitely want, and lovers of the piano trio will appreciate greatly."
Review on the MusicWeb International by David Barker, August 2016

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When a CD includes three piano trios from three stylistic periods, this usually isnít anything out of the ordinary. But when two of the works are world premiere recordings, we look twice. With TrioSono, three leading musicians from eastern Germany (members of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and Dresden Staatskapelle) have joined together, presenting their GENUIN debut CD with works by Joseph Haydn, Friedrich Schneider, and August Klughardt. And the recently-rediscovered trios of the latter two composers are played so naturally, beautifully, and sensitively that they seem to be age-old staples of the repertoire. Musical discoverers will be delighted by these remarkable chamber works.

MusicWeb International
"The performances of the two discoveries are persuasive and the recording (...) is very good. The notes in the booklet are very helpful."
Review on the MusicWeb International by Brian Wilson, June 2016

MusicWeb International
"All in all, this is a very fine recording, which collectors of the unsung will definitely want, and lovers of the piano trio will appreciate greatly."
Review on the MusicWeb International by David Barker, August 2016

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Tracklist

  1. Joseph Haydn (1732Ė1809)
    Trio in C-Dur für Violine, Violoncello und Klavier Hob. XV:27 (1797)
    Allegro
  2. Andante
  3. Presto
  4. Friedrich Schneider (1786Ė1853)
    Trio in Es-Dur für Violine, Violoncello und Klavier op. 38 (1816)
    Allegro moderato
  5. Larghetto
  6. Scherzando. Allegro assai
  7. Finale. Presto
  8. August Klughardt (1847Ė1902)
    Trio in B-Dur für Violine, Violoncello und Klavier op. 47 (1885/86)
    Allegro moderato
  9. Adagio cantabile
  10. Allegro



When a CD includes three piano trios from three stylistic periods, this usually isnít anything out of the ordinary. But when two of the works are world premiere recordings, we look twice. With TrioSono, three leading musicians from eastern Germany (members of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and Dresden Staatskapelle) have joined together, presenting their GENUIN debut CD with works by Joseph Haydn, Friedrich Schneider, and August Klughardt. And the recently-rediscovered trios of the latter two composers are played so naturally, beautifully, and sensitively that they seem to be age-old staples of the repertoire. Musical discoverers will be delighted by these remarkable chamber works.

MusicWeb International
"The performances of the two discoveries are persuasive and the recording (...) is very good. The notes in the booklet are very helpful."
Review on the MusicWeb International by Brian Wilson, June 2016

MusicWeb International
"All in all, this is a very fine recording, which collectors of the unsung will definitely want, and lovers of the piano trio will appreciate greatly."
Review on the MusicWeb International by David Barker, August 2016