Piano Trios - Volume I by : G nter Raphael : Ludwig van Beethoven
In the classical era; and far into the 19th century; piano trios were what we might call “fashion accessories”. It is thus no coincidence that Beethoven; following in the footsteps of Haydn and Mozart; took up this genre and created altogether 13 piano trios of his own.
This first volume contains the three Piano Trios op. 1; the very first works of all which Beethoven deemed publishable and deserving of an opus number. This was followed by the Trio op. 11 for clarinet or violin; cello and piano (“Gassenhauer”). Beethoven drew a great deal of attention to himself when he presented the three Trios op. 1 to the public (including Joseph Haydn) probably in August 1795; at a soirée given by Prince Lichnowsky. They have remained precious exemplars of their genre to this day.
|Publisher||G. Henle Verlag|
| Media ||Softcover|
| Format ||Study Score|
| Length x Width ||9.5 x 6.75 inches |
| Shipping Weight||1.22 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL51489024|
|Voicing Description||Study Score|
| 1st Publication Date||11/2006|
Title: Beethoven: Trio c minor op. 1;3
Title: Beethoven: Trio G major op. 1;2
Title: Beethoven: Trio E flat major op. 1;1
Title: Beethoven: Trio B flat major op. 11 (Piano; Clarinet [Violin]; Violoncello) B flat major op. 11
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