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Seraphin Trio - Unbekannte Russische Piano Trios / Unknown Russian Piano Trios mp3

Seraphin Trio - Unbekannte Russische Piano Trios / Unknown Russian Piano Trios mp3 Performer: Seraphin Trio
Album: Unbekannte Russische Piano Trios / Unknown Russian Piano Trios
Country: Germany
Released: 1995
Style: Modern
Label: Christophorus
Genre: Classical
Catalog #: CHE 0070-2
Size MP3: 1051 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 624
Record Source: CD, Reissue


1Nikolai Andrejewitsch RoslavetsKlaviertrio Nr. 3
Composed By – Nikolai Andrejewitsch Roslavets
23. Satz7:45
3Dimitri SchostakowitschKlaviertrio Op. 8
Composed By – Dimitri Schostakowitsch
41. Satz12:06
5Arno BabadschanianTrio 1952
Composed By – Arno Babadschanian
62. Satz9:08


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SIG 013-00Schostakowitsch / Roslavets / Babadschanjan - Seraphin-Trio Schostakowitsch / Roslavets / Babadschanjan - Seraphin-Trio - Unbekannte Russische Klaviertrios ‎(LP)SignumSIG 013-00Germany1986


  • Booklet Editor, Design [Cover]Thomas Christen
  • CelloJörg Metzger
  • EngineerTejie Van Geest
  • EnsembleSeraphin Trio
  • Liner NotesDetlef Gojowy
  • PianoArne Torger
  • ViolinWilhelm F. Walz


Made in Germany

recorded 1986

(p) 1986
(c) 1995


  • Barcode: 4 010072 007025
  • Label Code: LC 0612
  • SPARS Code: ADD
  • Matrix / Runout: I-8393/ CHE0070-2 C
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0774


  • Manufactured By – Sonopress – I-8393
  • Recorded By – Signum Musikedition GmbH
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MusiContact GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – MusiContact GmbH
  • Recorded At – Tonstudio van Geest


Unknown Russian Piano Trios. Your Rating. Overview . Seraphin Trio. CD - Christophorus 0070. This 3-disc collection showcases Russian piano trios from the mid-nineteenth to early-twentieth centuries. Piano trios were unheard of for Russian composers until Mikhail Glinka wrote one in 1832 it earned the epithet Pathétique as it seemed to be a reflection of Glinkas piano trio is a group of piano and two other instruments, usually a violin and a cello, or a piece of music written for such a group. It is one of the most common forms found in classical chamber music. The term can also refer to a group of musicians who regularly play this repertoire together for a number of well-known piano trios, see below. The term piano trio is also used in jazz, where it most commonly designates a pianist accompanied by bass and drums. Other jazz trios exist, such as piano. Listen free to Moscow Trio Russian Piano Trios Piano Trio in A Minor, Op. Pezzo elegiaco, Piano Trio in A Minor, Op. 50: IIa. Tema con variazione - Andante con moto and more. 22 tracks 214:15. Russian Piano Trios. Get album. It is dedicated to the memory of the composers friend, Nikolai Rubinstein, who had died in 1881. The work is very emotional and has a generally mournful mood. The performance by the Moscow Trio is expressive in the best Russian tradition, with singing strings and a playful piano. This Trio was written before the composer firmly turned to establish the foundations of Russian national music. The music shows an unmistakable influence of Schubert, and the Forellenquintett is never too far away. There are expressive and memorable melodies aplenty and they are inventively developed. A fine and substantial collection of piano trios by Russian composers, these works are full blooded, highly romantic, and express the Slavonic soul in the deeply sonorous vibrations of the cello, the soaring melodic lines of the violin and the brilliant and virtuosic flourishes of the piano. This is an excellent performances by the famous Moscow Trio. What it contains is the two trios by Rachmaninov, the second trio of Shostakovich and the works in this form by Tchaikovsky, Alyabiev, Taneyev and Arensky. The fourth disc comprises the Arensky and Shostakovich trios from the Amsterdam players with different pianists in each, and the performers elsewhere are the Borodin Trio. Album 2013 22 Songs. Russian Piano Trios Moscow Trio. Piano Trio in D Major, Op. By Sergei Ivanovich Taneyev