Brahms - The Piano Trios
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Cat No: ADW7566
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 26th August 2014
WorksPiano Trio no.1 in B major, op.8
Piano Trio no.2 in C major, op.87
Piano Trio no.3 in C minor, op.101
After a debut album featuring works by Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich, awarded with a prestigious Diapason d’Or in France, the Trio Talweg’s three young musicians - French violinist Sébastien Surel, Belgian cellist Sébastien Walnier and French-Brazilian pianist Juliana Steinbach - explore in their second recording some of Brahms' greatest chamber music repertoire: his complete piano trios.
The composition of these three major works covers a large period of Johannes Brahms’ creative life. While the first trio, opus 8, was composed by a very young man (1853), the two following works, opus 87 (1880-1882) and opus 101 (1886), were written by a mature artist who later made a complete revision of the opus 8 (1889), admirably combining its youthful energy with the old master’s narrative power. It’s with this last version of the first trio that the Talwegs introduce their interpretation of the complete cycle.
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