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The Capuçon brothers have over a relatively short space of time become acknowledged as leading chamber-music players. For their new recording of Brahms they are joined by the pianist Nicholas Angelich. The piano trios are firm favourites of the repertoire and as such have been recorded by a number of the world’s finest players. The Capuçons bring fresh insight to these familiar through their innate musicianship and the bonding that comes from regularly performing the pieces together.
“sure to kindle anyone’s enthusiasm for Brahms. Warm, beautifully balanced tone stresses the composer’s romantic side, as does the expansive phrasing. There’s a feeling of spontaneity, too, as though each player is discovering new aspects to the music while recording it … The way they are able to strike a balance between Brahms’s energetic flow of ideas, his strongly delineated structures and his lyrical intensity is most satisfying.”
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