Mozart - Piano Trios Volume 2

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Mozart - Piano Trios Volume 2



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2nd Feb 2009




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Mozart - Piano Trios Volume 2

Late Piano Trios


Piano Trio No. 4 in E major K542

Piano Trio No. 5 in C major, K548

Piano Trio No. 6 in G major K564

Triosatz in D - K442

movement fragments completed by Maximilian Stadler


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Composed in 1788 at the peak of his creative powers, though at a time of both artistic success and looming personal crisis, Mozart’s last three piano trios are masterpieces whose prevailing character of congenial gaiety is heightened by poignant undercurrents of lyrical melancholy.

The rarely heard Piano Trio K. 442 was completed by the composer’s friend, Maximilian Stadler.

Volume 1 (8570518) also features the acclaimed young Kungsbacka Piano Trio, winners of the 3rd Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition and Associate Ensemble at London’s Guildhall School of Music & Drama.

“Is there a better Trio ensemble in Western Europe?” The Strad on the Kungsbacka Piano Trio

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Trio No. 4 in E major, K. 542

I. Allegro

II. Andante grazioso

III. Allegro

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Trio No. 5 in C major, K. 548

I. Allegro

II. Andante cantabile

III. Allegro

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Trio No. 6 in G major, K. 564

I. Allegro

II. Andante

III. Allegretto

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Trio in D major, K. 442 (completed by M. Stadler)

I. Allegro

II. Tempo di Menuetto

III. Allegro

BBC Music Magazine

September 2009


“Texture plays such an important part in Mozart's late trios and the Kungsbacka Trio clearly relish this aspect, notably in the buoyant finale of the G major Trio; the recording is a little on the hard side.”

Gramophone Magazine

May 2009

“The Kungsbacka Piano Trio… are musicians of enlightened individual and collective probity who incorporate stylistic niceties into interpretations that are all the more authentic for being authentically felt, and absorbingly communicated.”

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