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After an early work and a discontinued attempt in 1831/32 Mendelssohn made his breakthrough in this important chamber music genre in the summer of 1839 with the Piano Trio in D minor Op. 49; which was to be followed six years later by the Trio in C minor Op. 66. On publication of the first trio; Schumann took the opportunity to describe the composer as the “Mozart of the 19th century;” whereby he was obviously alluding to the mixture of Classical and Romantic stylistic elements. Mendelssohn made this flute part as an alternative version of Op. 49 (flute instead of violin).
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