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 Saverio Mercadante (1795—1870) Flute Quartets
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Saverio Mercadante (1795—1870) Flute Quartets — Andras Adorjan & Munich String Trio

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 Louise Farrenc (1804—1875) Piano Quintets
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Louise Farrenc (1804—1875) Piano Quintets — The Schubert Ensemble

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Louise Farrenc (31 May 1804 – 15 September 1875) was a French composer, virtuoso pianist and teacher.

Nigel Clough (Amazon) писал(а):

Two superb works that will hook you straight away. These quintets have quickly become favourites of mine, the Vivace from the second quintet in particular is hard to get out of my head! The playing of the Schubert Ensemble is faultless as the piano weaves its way around and between the strings. Until quite recently Louise Farrenc was a forgotten composer: now her compositions are gaining some deserved recognition. If you're not convinced then look her up on YouTube...

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Chris Ingres (YouTube) писал(а):

...brilliant rendition of one of my favorite pieces of chamber music. both quintets are so enormously rich and beautiful! and you play this so very well: perfect balance, flawless intonation, full of power and joy, the piano like a sparkling creek flowing in-between!

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Bach BWV 208 — Polina Osetinskaya

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 Arthur Foote (1853—1937) Piano Trios
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Arthur Foote (1853—1937) Piano Trios — Arden Trio

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Arthur William Foote (March 5, 1853 in Salem, Massachusetts – April 8, 1937 in Boston, Massachusetts) was an American classical composer.

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Even though American composer Arthur Foote (1853—1937) lived well into the 20th century, his music is definitely a product of 19th century Romanticism, particularly German Romanticism. This isn’t to say his music is derivative, but it does hark back to modes established by Mozart, Schumann and Brahms...

Artistic Quality: 10
Sound Quality: 10

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Jeffrey Lehman (Amazon) писал(а):

Beautiful, intimate, pieces. Excellent performances.

I have all 3 volumes of Arthur Foote's chamber music on Naxos, and consider all three to be wonderful, but this disc is the best of the three.

Foote's music was not groundbreaking, radical or new, but what he did, he did well. The result, classical music that will delight people who want a classical music experience...

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Vivaldi Viola d'amore Concerto d minor, RV 394: 3. Allegro — Accademia Bizantina

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 Re: Слушает ли кто классическую музыку?
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Предлагаю переименовать тему во что-то более соответствующее тому, чем она стала. Не кто слушает, а как-то Предлагаю послушать такую-то музыку в таком-то исполнении.

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 Jean Philippe Rameau (1683—1764) Complete Keyboard Works
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Jean Philippe Rameau (1683—1764) Complete Keyboard Works [ Vol. 1 | Vol. 2 ]

David Ezra (Mehmet) Okonsar, Piano (2018)

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Brahms Violin Sonata Op. 78 — Duo Birringer (Lea & Esther)
MDR Musiksommer 2014

1. Vivace ma non troppo (from 0:23)
2. Adagio (from 11:15)
3. Allegro molto moderato (from 19:45)

Johannes Brahms — Sonata No. 1 for Violin & Piano in G Major, Op. 78

Lea Birringer (Violin) — 1st Prize at the International Johannes Brahms Competition (2008)
Esther Birringer (Piano) — 1st Prize at the International Piano Competition "Johann Sebastian Bach" (Wurzburg) (2007)

Duo Birringer (Lea & Esther) — 1st Prize at the International Competition for Chamber Music "Premio Vittorio Gui" (2011) and 1st Prize at the International Chamber Music Competition Pinerolo e Torino Citta metropolitana (2011)

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 Ignaz Lachner (1807—1895) Piano Trios
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Ignaz Lachner (1807—1895) Piano Trios

Stefan Muhmenthaler — Violin
Anna Barbara Dutschler — Viola
Marc Pantillon — Piano

Wikipedia писал(а):

Ignaz Lachner (11 September 1807 – 24 February 1895) was a German composer and conductor.

mijcar (Amazon) писал(а):

A Marvellous Introduction to Chamber Music

Many lovers of classical music are still unfamiliar with chamber music. They have difficulty listening to the seemingly "sparse" instrumentation and "thin" coloration. If they give themselves a chance, they will learn their objections are based on illusions. Chamber music has depths and qualities that simply cannot be achieved symphonically.

A good form for making the transition to the world of chamber music is the piano trio: piano, violin, cello; or (as in the case of this recording) piano, violin, viola. The presence of the piano supplies a more symphonic texture than strings alone would, and is more comforting for many beginning listeners, yet is equally rewarding for mature chamber music lovers.

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Ignaz composed in a style reflecting the bright clarity of classicism with the new passion of romanticism. These trios are prime examples of this bridging music, filled with lovely flowing melodies, some so "right" you will immediately think of them as old, valued friends; others so full of life, they will make you want to laugh outloud in pleasure.

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Mozart Divertimento KV 563

Veronika Eberle — Violin
Amihai Grosz — Viola
Sol Gabetta — Cello

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 Re: Слушает ли кто классическую музыку?
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Спасибо активистам этой темы - за множество интересных чудесных ссылок.

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 Eduard Franck (1817—1893) Piano Trios
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Eduard Franck (1817—1893) Piano Trios [ Volume 1 | Volume 2 ] [ Review 1 | Review 2 ]

Volume 1 Artists

Christiane Edinger, Violin
Lluis Claret, Cello
Klaus Hellwig, Piano

Volume 2 Artists

Swiss Piano Trio

Angela Golubeva, Violin
Joel Marosi, Cello
Martin Lucas Staub, Piano

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 Richard Franck (1858—1938) Piano Chamber Music
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Richard Franck (1858—1938) Piano Chamber Music [ Piano Trios | Piano Quartets ]

Richard Franck was a German composer, pianist and teacher and the son of the German composer, pianist and teacher Eduard Franck. (Wikipedia)

Piano Trios

Christoph Schickedanz, Violin
Thomas Blees, Cello
Bernhard Fograscher, Piano

Superb Late Romantic Piano Trios by a Composer You Never Heard Of
(Review by J Scott Morrison, Amazon)


Piano Quartets

Christoph Schickedanz, Violin
Marius Nichiteanu, Viola
Mathias Beyer-Karlshoj, Cello
Bernhard Fograscher, Piano

Two exceptional piano quartets in ideal performances and sound
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 Joseph Jongen (1873—1953) Piano Chamber Music
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Marie-Alphonse-Nicolas-Joseph Jongen (14 December 1873 – 12 July 1953) was a Belgian organist, composer, and music educator. (Wikipedia)

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Joseph Jongen (1873—1953) Piano Trios Opp. 10 & 95, Aquarelles Op. 59
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Joseph Jongen (1873—1953) Piano Quartet Op. 23 & Piano Trio Op. 30
Ensemble Joseph Jongen
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 Re: Слушает ли кто классическую музыку?
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С.Т. Рихтер (ф-но) - С.В.Рахманинов, концерт No 2, Op. 18

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 Giuseppe Martucci (1856—1909) Piano Chamber Music
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Giuseppe Martucci (Capua, 6 January 1856 – Naples, 1 June 1909) was an Italian composer, conductor, pianist and teacher. As a composer and teacher he was influential in reviving Italian interest in non-operatic music. (Wikipedia)

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Giuseppe Martucci (1856—1909) Piano Chamber Music
Quartetto Noferini & Maria Semiraro, Piano
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If you enjoy late-romantic chamber music, you should appreciate Martucci's efforts. After listening to this recording, I certainly do. (RGraves321, Amazon)

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 Gabriel Faure (1845—1924) Piano Chamber Music
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Так называемая сложная музыка (без кавычек) при знакомстве представляет впечатление странное — совершенное музыкальное разнообразие не даёт настроиться на что-то привычное и следовать ему ("moment when the grateful listener can lay anchor, as it were, happy to pause among such a kaleidoscopic interplay of ideas", Bryce Morrison, Gramophone), однако то тут, то там возникающие (и исчезающие) намёки на нечто приводят к тому, что остаётся желание вернуться к этой странно-особой музыке переходного между романтизмом и модернизмом периода. Статья в Википедии объёмная, здесь приводятся ключевые фрагменты, которых, впрочем, тоже достаточно. Сложность в основном относится к квинтетам, ниже будут приведены дополнительные цитаты.

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Gabriel Urbain Faure (12 May 1845 – 4 November 1924) was a French composer, organist, pianist and teacher. He was one of the foremost French composers of his generation, and his musical style influenced many 20th-century composers.

Although his best-known and most accessible compositions are generally his earlier ones, Faure composed many of his most highly regarded works in his later years, in a more harmonically and melodically complex style.

Faure's music has been described as linking the end of Romanticism with the modernism of the second quarter of the 20th century. The Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, which describes him as the most advanced composer of his generation in France, notes that his harmonic and melodic innovations influenced the teaching of harmony for later generations. In contrast with the charm of his earlier music, his works from the last twenty years of his life are sometimes elusive and withdrawn in character, and at other times turbulent and impassioned.

...Faure's later works do not display the easy charm of his earlier music: "the luscious romantic harmony which had always been firmly supported by a single tonality, later gave way to a severely monochrome style, full of enharmonic shifts, and creating the impression of several tonal centres simultaneously employed."


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Two quartets, each the length of a symphony, with all the variations in mood and pace to be expected in works of this length. The quartets provide a continuous flow of sound with hardly a break for breath for the artists who perform with even, mutual sympathy... All the artists have their turn including the viola which too often has to take a back seat when it comes to "accompanied" obligati in such works.

The compositions are in classical sonata form with the subjects clearly presented and their treatments easy to follow and enjoy in every movement. First class in every way..

Jack L. Honigman (Amazon)

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Faure's Piano Quartets are full of wonderful tunes in a continuous flow of melody.. I am particularly fond of the Adagio in the First String Quartet. The two works are closely related and have some complex rhythms.

Wantage (Amazon)

This is wonderful, life-enhancing, intensely heart-felt music which should be in every collection, as should Faure’s Piano Quintets... Detailed Review by Brian Wilson (Music Web)



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Gabriel Faure — Piano Quintets — Schubert Ensemble
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Вместе с замечаниями вида "They are quite difficult to listen to" (Schubert Ensemble violinist Simon Blendis) и "Such complexity has baffled many listeners, and it is true that both works (particularly the Second Quintet) release their meaning and fragrance only with repeated listening." (Bryce Morrison, Gramophone) есть и следующий, например, отзыв от начинающего поклонника классической музыки.

Цитата:

Faure a New Pleasure

I was not familiar with Gabriel Faure before... I was having a particularly stressful day and I put this in on as a lark, to break the string of constant irritations I was experiencing thus far that morning. I was rewarded by responding to my muse with a delightful hour... of listening pleasure. <...> Because of the variety in this musical palette... this exceptional CD goes will with most of my daily moments, from contemplative reading, to working, from cooking to relaxing at the end of the day. The movements are as different from one to the other as foie gras is from chocolate, but each delicious in their own right. <...> If you're not familiar with Faure, you are certain to find something delightful in this recording. <...> I've only just begun my "Classical" music journey and found this CD easy to relate to and door opening all the same.

R. Vick (Amazon)

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 Edouard Lalo (1823—1892) Piano Trios
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Edouard-Victoire-Antoine Lalo (27 January 1823 – 22 April 1892) was a French composer. (Wikipedia)

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Edouard Lalo — Piano Trios — Trio Salomon
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The piano trio was almost entirely neglected in France before Lalo's three contributions to the genre [in the 1850s]. They possess an integrity of spirit and contain many sublime moments. The exquisitely heartfelt playing of the Trio Salomon... convey every emotional nuance of the second Trio's Andante... making them convincing advocates of these all too rarely heard works. (Christopher Dingle, Classical-music.com)

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 Rene de Castera (1873—1955) Chamber Music
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Rene de Castera (1873—1955) — французский композитор (Wikipedia).

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Rene de Castera — Chamber Music [ Vol. 1 | Vol. 2 ]
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Trio Op. 5 представлено в двух редакциях — оригинальной (Vol. 2) и пересмотренной (Vol. 1).

Цитата:

Recording of the Month

Only rarely does one uncover a gem such as that which has been unearthed here. While this isn’t brand new – it was released in 2013 – I cannot do other than make it a Recording of the Month, and expect it to be among my Records of the Year.

David Barker (MusicWeb)


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