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clara schumann

March 21st, 2011 by Brian Mcevoy on Brian Mcevoy's Blog · No Comments · Uncategorized

I feel that this piece reflects a high level of compositional diversity and sophistication. I can hear heavy influence from Robert Schumann. It’s as if there is a huge wall of sound because all of the instruments seem to be playing constantly. This trio is very intense and it is a very powerful and [...]

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Piano Trio in D Minor, op.11 AND Three Romances for Piano and Violin, op.22, no.2

by Ha-Eun Ryu on Ha-Eun Ryu's Blog · No Comments · Uncategorized

The first piece I listened to–Fanny Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio in D Minor, opus 11–was a very pretty piece. Each part had its solos, and the second movement in particular was pleasing to listen to.
The performance I listened to was recorded by the Atlantis Trio, who utilized a fortepiano, the pianoforte’s predecessor. The violin sounded different [...]

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