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Trios avec piano

Joseph Haydn

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An American-British fortepianist, a Transylvanian violinist, and an Italian-British cellist join together into a trio with a Spanish name and produce a historical-instrument recording of a group of late Haydn trios that may well set the standard. Perhaps you can chalk it up to the increasingly international quality of the historical performance movement. Whatever the case, this recording showcases the strengths of historical instruments in Haydn and is just beautifully thought out in every detail. Keyboardist Maggie Cole, playing a copy of a Viennese Walter fortepiano by the superb American-Czech builder Paul McNulty, forges a genuine blend among the three instruments of the trio, important even though the cello usually still doubles the piano's left hand. The group brings out the spacious, quasi-orchestral qualities of the outer movements of these trios and, perhaps more than any other recording, puts the listener in the mind of the young Beethoven, whose Op. 1 trios were mightily influenced by these works. The group also captures the sheer daring invention of these pieces, absolutely astonishing given Haydn's advanced age. The striking Baroque-style central movement of the Piano Trio in E major, Hob. 15/28, the kaleidoscopic thematic structure of the Piano Trio in C major, Hob. 15/27, the daring chromatic harmonies throughout; all these details and more emerge with a sense of freshness and invention neatly summed up by the nifty cover engraving of an early hot-air balloon. Factor in Chandos' fine studio recording and some pleasantly literate booklet notes by Robert White, and you have a Haydn chamber recording that is just very tough to beat.
© TiVo

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Keyboard Trio No. 27 in C major, Hob.XV:27 (Joseph Haydn)

1
I. Allegro
00:08:44

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

2
II. Andante
00:05:02

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

3
III. Finale: Presto
00:05:13

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

Keyboard Trio No. 28 in E major, Hob.XV:28 (Joseph Haydn)

4
I. Allegro moderato
00:07:29

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

5
II. Allegretto
00:04:03

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

6
III. Finale: Allegro
00:04:45

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

Keyboard Trio No. 26 in F-Sharp Minor, Hob.XV:26 (Joseph Haydn)

7
I. Poco Allegretto
00:05:30

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

8
II. Andantino et innocentemente
00:03:54

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

9
III. Finale in the German Style: Presto assai
00:05:31

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

Keyboard Trio No. 24 in D major, Hob.XV:24 (Joseph Haydn)

10
I. Allegro
00:07:23

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

11
II. Andante
00:02:47

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

12
III. Allegro ma dolce
00:04:02

Trio Goya - Kati Debretzeni, violin - Sebastian Comberti, cello - Maggie Cole, fortepiano

2010 Chandos 2010 Chandos

Album Description

An American-British fortepianist, a Transylvanian violinist, and an Italian-British cellist join together into a trio with a Spanish name and produce a historical-instrument recording of a group of late Haydn trios that may well set the standard. Perhaps you can chalk it up to the increasingly international quality of the historical performance movement. Whatever the case, this recording showcases the strengths of historical instruments in Haydn and is just beautifully thought out in every detail. Keyboardist Maggie Cole, playing a copy of a Viennese Walter fortepiano by the superb American-Czech builder Paul McNulty, forges a genuine blend among the three instruments of the trio, important even though the cello usually still doubles the piano's left hand. The group brings out the spacious, quasi-orchestral qualities of the outer movements of these trios and, perhaps more than any other recording, puts the listener in the mind of the young Beethoven, whose Op. 1 trios were mightily influenced by these works. The group also captures the sheer daring invention of these pieces, absolutely astonishing given Haydn's advanced age. The striking Baroque-style central movement of the Piano Trio in E major, Hob. 15/28, the kaleidoscopic thematic structure of the Piano Trio in C major, Hob. 15/27, the daring chromatic harmonies throughout; all these details and more emerge with a sense of freshness and invention neatly summed up by the nifty cover engraving of an early hot-air balloon. Factor in Chandos' fine studio recording and some pleasantly literate booklet notes by Robert White, and you have a Haydn chamber recording that is just very tough to beat.
© TiVo

Details of original recording : 64:33 - DDD - Enregistré du 7 au 10 décembre 2008 aux Real World Studios à Box, Wiltshire - Notes en français, anglais et allemand

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