Notes & Reviews:
News of the death of Nikolai Rubinstein came as a great blow for Tchaikovsky. Tchaikovsky decided to dedicate a piece of music to his late friend - not a classical work for choir or orchestra but one for piano trio. The memory of Rubinstein evidently enraptured him to the extent that he burst all dimensions with his his monumental Trio Op. 50, which encompasses all range of emotion and presents a musical and technical challenge to any piano trio. The Swiss Piano Trio, founded in 1998 with Martin Lucas Staub (piano), Angela Golubeva (violin) and Sebastien Singer (cello) has won numerous prizes at international competitions, including the International Chamber Music Competition Caltanissetta in Italy and the Johannes Brahms Competition in Austria.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Temple du bas, Neuchâtel, Switzerland (03/03/2011-03/06/2011).
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Works DetailsTchaikovsky, Peter Ilyich : Trio for Piano and Strings in A minor, Op. 50
- Ensemble: Swiss Piano Trio
- Notes: Temple du bas, Neuchâtel, Switzerland (03/03/2011-03/06/2011)
- Running Time: 47 min. 50 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Form: Chamber Music
- Written: 1882