György Ligeti - Trio for Horn, Violin and Piano (I)

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Denes Varjon, Piano
Tamas Major, Violin
Zora Slokar, Horn

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Franz Schubert (1797-1828) - Trios for Piano, Violin & Cello Andante con moto op.100 (00:00) Trio n°1 for Piano, Violin & Cello op.99, D 898 - B-flat Major / si bémol majeur 1- Allegro moderato (09:40) 2- Andante un poco mosso (21:30) 3- Scherzo: Allegro (32:03) 4- Rondo: Allegro vivace (38:23) Trio n°2 for Piano, Violin & Cello op.100, D 929 - E-flat Major / mi bémol majeur 1-Allegro (47:32) 2-Andante con moto (1:03:21) 3-Scherzo: Allegro moderato (1:12:59) 4-Allegro molto (1:19:32) Piano : Eugene Istomin Violin : Isaac Stern Cello : Leonard Rose Stéréo recording in 1964 & 1969 Label : Sony/CBS « When recording, we were veritable fiends about perfection and a headache to our producers and engineers, as each of us was, of course, being extremely protective of his own sound. We knew just what we wanted and did not want. It must be said, however, that we also cared greatly about our partner’s sound since they were felt to be extensions of our own. For example, we began recording the Schubert Op.100 in Wintherhur, Switzerland, and later abandoned it until we returned to New York. The sound, the strings, piano— all was wrong. In New York, with the help of our recording director and capable engineers, we found the kind of balance and ambience that grave us freedom to make music our way. In summing up, we had a fantastic time. Apart from the enormous fun of it, we may have introduced into the music scene of our time the idea of the virtuoso trio, of demonstrable staying power and a certain allure, thus encouraging the formation of several younger world-class trios as result of our highly visible and successful efforts. We hope these recordings will hold as documents of our shared musical experience. » — Eugene Istomin Franz Schubert PLAYLIST (reference recordings) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3UZpQL9LIxOaqw22VwXvQIvEZ9NoUY8o Click to buy this recording : https://www.amazon.com/Brahms-Piano-Schubert-Collection-Recordings/dp/B00000279G/ref=sr_1_2?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1523356690&sr=1-2&keywords=trio+isaac+stern+schubert

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