Schubert - Complete Trios for Piano, Violin and Cello - Beaux Arts Trio (2LP)
Schubert - Complete Trios for Piano, Violin and Cello - Beaux Arts Trio (2LP)
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Schubert - Complete Trios for Piano, Violin and Cello - Beaux Arts Trio (2LP)
Schubert - Complete Trios for Piano, Violin and Cello - Beaux Arts Trio (2LP)

Schubert - Complete Trios for Piano, Violin and Cello - Beaux Arts Trio (2LP)

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Franz Schubert - Piano Trios in B flat major, op. 99, D 898; in E flat major, op. posth. 148, D 897; in E flat major, op. 100, D 929; in B flat major, D 28

Beaux Arts Trio

 

2 LPs, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Pallas

Label : Speakers Corner

Original Label : Philips

Recording: February 1966

Originally released in 1966

Reissued in Jan 2011

 

Tracks :

Side A :

1. Piano Trio In B Flat, Op. 99, D. 898 -          
2. Piano Trio In B Flat, Op. 99, D. 898 - 1st Movt: Allegro Moderato      
3. Piano Trio In B Flat, Op. 99, D. 898 - 2nd Movt: Andante Un Poco Mosso       
4. Piano Trio In B Flat, Op. 99, D. 898 - 3rd Movt: Scherzo (Allegro)

Side B :     

1. Piano Trio In B Flat, Op. 99, D. 898 - 4th Movt: Rondo (Allegro Vivace)           
2. Piano Trio In E Flat, Op. Posth. 148, D. 897 (“Notturno”) - Adagio

Side C :      

1. Piano Trio In E Flat, Op. 100, D. 929 - 1st movt: Allegro            
2. Piano Trio In E Flat, Op. 100, D. 929 - 2nd movt: Andante con moto   
3. Piano Trio In E Flat, Op. 100, D. 929 - 3rd Movt: Scherzo (Allegro Moderato)
  

Side D :

1. Piano Trio In E Flat, Op. 100, D. 929 - 4th Movt : Allegro Moderato      
2. Piano no Trio In B Flat, D. 28 (“Sonata”) - Allegro

 

Reviews :

Anyone who takes an interest in Schubert’s late works will sooner or later come across cliché-like interpretations of his music that have been associated with a foreboding of his early death. Robert Schumann on the other hand was more objective when he looked at the score of Schubert’s two great Piano Trios: he characterised that in E flat major as effectual, masculine and dramatic, and the sister work in B flat major as languishing, feminine and lyrical. Both masterpieces have in common highly varied movements, which must be approached with great insight, a deeply felt sustained lyricism, and a courageous approach as regards the bold themes.

That this recording with the Beaux Arts Trio has taken on a benchmark status might well lie in the fact that the three musicians amalgamate romantic fire with analytical aplomb which results in Schubert pure. With their non-stop ebb and flow of melodies, wonderfully indulgent sound colouring and a fiery tour de force through the miraculously winding harmonic paths, the Beaux Arts Trio prove themselves to be among the very best of all Schubert interpreters.

Having taken their final bow at a concert in Leipzig in September 2009 after 54 years, the time is certainly ripe for an audiophile re-release of this superb recording.

 

Ratings

Discogs  4,50 / 5

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