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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Piano Trio No. 6 / Piano Trio No. 7, "Archduke" (Phoenix Piano Trio)

BEETHOVEN, L. van: Piano Trio No. 6 / Piano Trio No. 7, "Archduke" (Phoenix Piano Trio)

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Pablo Held Trio

Ensemble

Phoenix Piano Trio

Chamber

Venue:

Live recording at the Holywell Music Room, United Kingdom

Venue

Record Label
Stone Records

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 77:14
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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Piano Trio No. 6 / Piano Trio No. 7, "Archduke" (Phoenix Piano Trio)

     
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LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

     
 

Piano Trio No. 6 in E-Flat Major, Op. 70, No. 2

 
1 I. Poco sostenuto - Allegro ma non troppo 11:38
2 II. Allegretto 05:46
3 III. Allegretto ma non troppo 08:35
4 IV. Finale: Allegro 08:27
     
 

Piano Trio No. 7 in B-Flat Major, Op. 97, "Archduke"

 
5 I. Allegro moderato 13:35
6 II. Allegro 07:10
7 III. Andante cantabile, ma pero con moto 14:41
8 IV. Allegro moderato 07:22
     
 Pablo Held Trio Ensemble


The Phoenix Piano Trio’s debut release – a live recording of Beethoven’s Trio in Eb major Op.70 No.2 & the Archduke.

"...It’s the outer movements of the Archdule where the Phoenix seem to have the most to say, shaping the opening Allegro Moderato effectively and setting a purposeful pace in the finale..."

Gramophone magazine 


"...The CD also includes Beethoven’s Trio in E flat major, Op 70, No 2. In this much less well known companion to piece to the famed ‘Ghost’ trio, Beethoven gives the opening to the cello not the piano, emphasising that all three instruments are to be equal. This work really allows the Phoenix’s integrated sound to shine, with a delightful conversation between piano, violin and cello taking place to a particularly catchy tune in the third movement..."  

Oxford Times




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