Florestan Trio - Dvorák: Piano Trios, Opp. 65 & 90 mp3 downloadPerformer: Florestan Trio
Title: Dvorák: Piano Trios, Opp. 65 & 90
Style: Chamber Music
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Florestan Trio - Dvorák: Piano Trios, Opp. 65 & 90 mp3 download
Antonin Dvorak's "Piano Trio No. 3 in F minor, Op. 65" in stunning HD quality! Classical music piece performed by: Claremont Trio Licensed by: Isabella.
Allegro ma non troppo. 2. Allegretto grazioso; meno mosso. 4. Finale: Allegro con brio. Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor ("Dumky"), B. 166 (Op. 90). 5. Lento maestoso - Allegro quasi doppio movimento - Lento maestoso - Allegro.
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Piano Trio in E minor "Dumky" B166 (Op 90) 05. Lento maestoso - Allegro quasi doppio movimento - Lento maestoso - Allegro 06. Poco Adagio - Vivace non troppo - Poco adagio - Vivace 0. The Florestan Trio has established a reputation as one of the finest piano trios in the world. In its first decade, the group has made 14 recordings on the Hyperion label, all of which received Gramophone nominations. Its concerts at home - typically at London's major concert halls and festivals - and abroad (numerous tours of Europe, the United States, Israel, South America, Japan, and Australia) have drawn enthusiastic receptions from critics and public alike.
Trio Wanderer - Antonín Dvořák: Piano Trios, Op. 65 & 90 (2017) EAC FLAC Image (Cue&Log) ~ 274 Mb Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 154 Mb Artwork included Genre: Classical Label: Harmonia Mundi HMM902248 Time: 01:05:11 The Trio Wanderer pays tribute to Dvorák and his last two trios. The Trio Wanderer pays tribute to Dvorák and his last two trios. Alongside the sombre interiority and fiery intensity of the Trio No. 3 in F minor, this programme presents a new version of the famous Dumky Trio, to which the Wanderers owed their first great success on record. Passionate and melancholy by turns, it is also the most innovative and the freest of Dvorák’s trios. 65 & 90 - Trio WandererDvorak - Piano Trios, Opp. 65 & 9. av.
Piano Trio In E Minor 'Dumky', Op. 90: Andante moderato (quasi tempo di marcia) - allegretto scherzando - tempo 1 - allegro - tempo 1. 9. Piano Trio In E Minor 'Dumky', Op. 90: Allegro. 10. 90: Lento maestoso - vivace - lento - vivace. 65 and the much more genial and identifiably Czech No. 4, in E minor, Op. 90, subtitled 'Dumky. Dvorák wrote six piano trios but only four of them have come down to us. These last two are without doubt the best of those that remain. The Third Trio was written in 1883 right about the time Dvorák's mother died. It is passionate, dramatic, tragic at times, and written mostly in Brahmsian terms (that is to say, in classical form and using Brahmsian formal, harmonic and contrapuntal gestures) and anticipates the great Seventh Symphony written the year afterward
The Florestan Trio was a piano trio. Formed in 1995 in London, England, its members were Anthony Marwood (violin), Richard Lester (cello), and Susan Tomes (piano). Their recording of the first two trios by Schumann won the 1999 Gramophone Award for chamber music. Also in 1999, the Trio received the Music Award for Chamber Ensemble from Britain’s Royal Philharmonic Society.
65 & 90 Dumky by Busch Trio in high-resolution audio at ProStudioMasters. The London-based Busch Trio has undertaken the challenge of recording Dvořák's complete chamber music with piano and the saga is off to a great start with the monumental trios on this album. The young ensemble that takes its name from legendary violinist Adolf Busch presents deeply felt interpretations that penetrate to the heart of the Czech composer’s poetic universe.
The Op 65 trio is less well known but deserving of attention. The passionate, big-boned style of its opening Allegro brings to mind the style of Dvorák’s great friend, Brahms, though the Scherzo returns to more familiar, springy Dvorák terrain and the energetic finale could be by no other composer.
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|Piano Trio No. 3 in F minor, B. 130 (Op. 65) (once listed as Op. 64)|
|1||Allegro ma non troppo||Florestan Trio||13:19|
|2||Allegretto grazioso; meno mosso||Florestan Trio||6:06|
|3||Poco adagio||Florestan Trio||9:33|
|4||Finale: Allegro con brio||Florestan Trio||9:56|
|Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor ("Dumky"), B. 166 (Op. 90)|
|5||Lento maestoso - Allegro quasi doppio movimento - Lento maestoso - Allegro||Florestan Trio||3:55|
|6||Poco adagio - Vivace non troppo - Poco adagio - Vivace||Florestan Trio||6:16|
|7||Andante - Vivace non troppo - Andante - Allegretto||Florestan Trio||5:48|
|8||Andante moderato (quasi tempo di marcia) - Allegretto scherzando - Tempo 1 - Allegro - Tempo 1||Florestan Trio||4:39|
|10||Lento maestoso - Vivace - Lento - Vivace||Florestan Trio||4:31|
CreditsAnthony B. Faulkner - Engineer
Florestan Trio - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Nick Flower - Executive Producer
Joanna Gamble - Executive Producer
Andrew Keener - Producer
Ute Mansfeldt - Liner Note Translation
Oliver Rivers - Post Production Assistant
Terry Shannon - Design
Jan Smaczny - Liner Notes
Richard H. Smith - Photography