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Wydawnictwo: SWR Music
Nr katalogowy: H 93727
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2015
EAN: 4010276027775
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Epoka muzyczna: klasycyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: trio, divertimento

Mozart / Beethoven: Trio Recital 1966

SWR Music - H 93727
Wykonawcy
Arthur Grumiaux, violine
Georges Janzer, viola
Eva Czako, violoncello
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Diapason 5
 
Beethoven:
Trio for Violin, Viola and Violoncello G Major op. 9 Nr. 1

Mozart:
Duo for Violin und Viola G Major KV 423
Divertimento for Violin, Viola und Violoncello E flat Major KV 563;
One has no problem naming off the famous String Quartet ensembles, however, String Trios simply cannot make the same boast! Even on the repertoire of the side, composers have produced many more significant quartets than they have string trios. Thus, it was something of a minor miracle when three musicians such as Arthur Grumiaux, Georges Janzer and Eve Czako finally met. This happened on June 8, 1966 at Schwetzingen Castle. The result was a memorable concert from the Belgian-Hungarian Grumiaux Trio. The Belgian violinist Arthur Grumiaux and his two chamber music partner selected one of Beethoven's String Trios, Op.9 and the extensive E flat Major Divertimento by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. However, instead of a third trio, the ensemble selected a duo for violin and viola by Mozart.

A native of the Belgian Villers-Perwin Arthur Grumiaux (1921-1986) was the authoritative personality of this trio. As one of the leading (and last) representatives of the Franco-Belgian violin school (Eugene Ysaye, Henri Vieuxtemps were the founders) placed Grumiaux as a highly regarded soloist and chamber musician. Together with violist Georges Janzer - a member of the famous Hungarian Végh Quartet - and with his wife, the Hungarian cellist Eva Czako, Arthur Grumiaux has drawn together a flexible and sinuous chamber music Trinity.

In this concert, the thematic and motivic characteristics of all the musical voices are vividly present; the lively, tuneful, flowery, and sometimes elegiac trajectories of Beethoven's G Major trio unfolds and blossoms, the voices forming an organic network of melodic veins in which the music pulses and flows, pausing only briefly to lapse into a reverie. Mozart's String Trio KV 563 was no doubt Beethoven's model, triumphs with the light, transparency of its dancing and singing figures. In a word, this a most memorable concert that will welcome repeated listening.

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