Notes & Reviews:
Composed in 1788 at the peak of his creative powers, though at a time of both artistic success and looming personal crisis, Mozart's last three piano trios are masterpieces whose prevailing character of congenial gaiety is heightened by poignant undercurrents of lyrical melancholy. The rarely heard 'Piano Trio K. 442' was completed by the composer's friend, Maximilian Stadler. Volume 1 (NXS 8570518) also features the acclaimed young Kungsbacka Piano Trio, winners of the 3rd Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition and Associate Ensemble at London's Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
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Mozart: Piano Trios, Divertimento in B flat K 254 / Kungsbacka Trio
Bridge: Piano Trios
American Classics - Gianni: Piano Concerto, Symphony no 4 / Spalding, Imreh, Bournemouth SO
Ireland: Sextet, Clarinet Trio / Maggini Quartet, et al
Laureate Series-Guitar - Gabriel Bianco
Beethoven: String Quintets Op 4 and 29 / Nash Ensemble
Schubert: Complete Overtures Vol 1 / Benda, Prague Sinfonia
Debussy: Complete Works for Piano Vol 4 / Bavouzet
Tavener: Ex Maria Virgine, Angels, etc / Brown, Berkieta, Jacobs, Clare College Choir, et al