Tchaikovsky & Babajanian - Piano Trios
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Cat No: BIS2372
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 1st November 2019
WorksPiano Trio in F sharp minor
Life with an Idiot
ArtistsVadim Gluzman (violin)
Johannes Moser (cello)
Yevgeny Sudbin (piano)
Seventy years later, when the Armenian composer and pianist Arno Babajanian (1921-83) wrote his Piano Trio in F sharp minor, he didn’t give it any subtitle, but there’s a grandeur and breadth of scale which rivals Tchaikovsky’s work – and the second movement is thoroughly elegiac in character. The Trio is Babajanian’s best-known work, composed in the Romantic style of Rachmaninov, but also rooted in Armenian folk music, melodically as well as rhythmically. Performing the two works are Vadim Gluzman and Yevgeny Sudbin, both with Russian roots, joined by cellist Johannes Moser, and the three close the disc with Sudbin’s arrangement of a brief Tango by Alfred Schnittke.
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