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Piano Trio / Trio Elegiaque Import


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  • Audio CD (February 25, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Bis
  • ASIN: B00008DVC5
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #606,172 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: I. Pezzo elegiaco: Moderato assai - Allegro giusto - In tempo molto so
2. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: I. Pezzo elegiaco: Adagio con duolo e ben sostenuto - Moderato assai -
3. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Tema. Andante con moto
4. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 1
5. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 2. Più mosso
6. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 3. Allegro moderato
7. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 4. L'istesso tempo
8. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 5. L'istesso tempo
9. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 6. Tempo di Valse
10. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 7. Allegro moderato
11. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 8. Fuga. Allegro moderato
12. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 9. Andante flebile, ma non tanto
13. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 10. Tempo di Mazurka
14. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II. Tema con variazioni: Variazione 11. Moderato
15. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II B. Variazione Finale e Coda: Allegro risoluto e con fuoco
16. Piano Trio in A minor ('In Memory of a Great Artist'), Op. 50: II B. Variazione Finale e Coda: Andante con moto - Lugubre
17. Trio élégiaque, for piano & strings in G minor, TN ii/34

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By Jeffrey Alderman on January 22, 2014
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Good sound recording, but I thought the playing a bit eccentric. Obviously, a personal taste matter and your opinion may differ, but that is mine.
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5 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Santa Fe Listener HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 28, 2008
Here's an overlooked gem in sparkling sound. I was so captivated by the DG recording of the Tchaikovsky Piano Trio in A minor with Argerich, Kremer, and Maisky that I decided to try out several other versions for the sake of variety. The composer wrote such lavish music stretched out over such a heroic time span that most readings deliberately go for broke. I listened to the extroverted, swoony reading led by Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg (EMI), an opulent but somewhat puffed-up account led by Yefim Bronfman (Sony), a dated, underplayed oldie from the Beaux Arts Trio (Philips), and several lsss starry ones.

But I didn't feel the same rush as I had from the DG recording until I hit upon Fredy Kempf leading his own trio in this joyous, buoyant performance that remains in high spirits from beginning to end. Not a touch of grandiosity mars the music-making, and although Kempf has world-class technique, he doesn't act as overlord. The engineers have pulled a little sleight of hand by giving each instrument its own close-up microphone, thus enabling the violin and cello to compete sonically with Kempf's piano. It's an unrealistic perspective, but the playing is so exceptional that I loved every minute.

In all, this comes closest to equalling the Argerich CD, if not in wild abandon then in brio and vitality.
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