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This page lists all recordings of Notturno in E flat major for piano trio, D897 (Op. post.148) by Franz Peter Schubert (1797-1828).

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Andreas Staier (fortepiano Christopher Clarke (1996) after Conrad Graf, Vienna 1827), Daniel Sepec (violin Lorenzo Storioni, Cremona 1780) & Roel Dieltiens (cello Marten Cornelissen (1992) after Stradivarius)

the players catch just the right Schubertian balance of poise and profundity … There is never any lack of momentum … There’s plenty of colour, from subtly glassy on-the-bridge effects to a full-on... More…

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…trio Wanderer…approach Schubert not so much as an early Romantic, but rather as a fantastically imaginative and generous Classicist… The sense of sparkling, intimate exchange between the three... More…

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Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin), Daniil Trifonov (piano), Roman Patkoló (double bass), Hwayoon Lee (viola), Maximilian Hornung (cello)

This Trout is clearly in a fast-flowing river, the first movement bubbling with excitement from the off, Trifonov’s triplets tripping effortlessly along. While it’s scintillating in its clarity,... More…

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Roman Patkoló (double bass), Hwayoon Lee (viola), Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin), Daniil Trifonov (piano), Maximilian Hornung (cello)

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Grumiaux Trio, Beaux Arts Trio

These performances are polished, yet the many solo contributions from each of the players emerge with a strong personality. The Beaux Arts cellist brings lovely phrasing and a true simplicity... More…

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Martin Helmchen (piano), Christian Tetzlaff (violin), Antoine Tamestit (viola), Marie-Elisabeth Hecker (cello) & Aloïs Posch (double bass), Martin Helmchen (piano) & Aldo Baerten (flute), Marie-Elisabeth Hecker (cello) & Christian Tetzlaff (violin)

This is a marvellous disc, one of the most enjoyable I have heard in a long time. It is distinguished by superb sound, too. There is a great line-up of soloists who seem to have clicked miraculously,... More…

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Jan Vermeulen (fortepiano), Christine Busch (violin) & France Springuel (cello)

Vermeulen plays a particularly fine fortepiano, with a highly distinctive variety of hues throughout its range. That these players intend to put their mark on these two iconic trios is evident... More…

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