Dvorak Piano Trios

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1. Trio, Op. 21_ I. Allegro Molto
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2. Trio, Op. 21_ II. Adagio Molto E Mesto
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3. Trio, Op. 21_ III. Allegretto Scherzando
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4. Trio, Op. 21_ IV. Allegro Vivace
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5. Trio In F Minor, Op. 65_ I. Allegro Ma Non Troppo
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6. Trio In F Minor, Op. 65_ II. Allegretto Grazioso
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7. Trio In F Minor, Op. 65_ III. Poco Adagio
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8. Trio In F Minor, Op. 65_ IV. Allegro Con Brio
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9. Trio In G Minor, Op. 26_ I. Allegro Moderato
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10. Trio In G Minor, Op. 26_ II. Largo
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11. Trio In G Minor, Op. 26_ III. Scherzo, Presto
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12. Trio In G Minor, Op. 26_ IV. Allegro Non Tanto
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13. Trio In E Minor, Op. 90, _Dumky__ I. Lento Maestoso
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14. Trio In E Minor, Op. 90, _Dumky__ II. Poco Adagio
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15. Trio In E Minor, Op. 90, _Dumky__ III. Andante
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16. Trio In E Minor, Op. 90, _Dumky__ IV. Andante Moderato
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17. Trio In E Minor, Op. 90, _Dumky__ V. Allegro
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18. Trio In E Minor, Op. 90, _Dumky__ VI. Lento Maestoso
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MaestosoReview by Stephen Pritchard,
The Observer July 2012

Spanning the years 1875 to 1891, Dvorak’s cycle of piano trios offers a fascinating guide to his musical development, from the hugely promising newcomer to the garlanded elder statesman of Czech music. The Gould Piano Trio gather these four works into a richly rewarding whole, from the fresh, gloriously melodic B flat trio to the gravelly quirky E minor “Dumky”, via the profound Beethovian F minor and the plaintive G minor. Lucy Gould (violin), Alice Neary (cello) and Ben Frith (piano) deserve high praise for the consistently high standard of their playing and their revelatory interpretations.

 

 
 
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