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Joseph Haydn's nearly forty piano trios are available in five volumes from G. Henle. These are based on the Haydn Complete Edition; likewise published by Henle. This fourth volume contains the nine Piano Trios Hob. XV:18-26; which Haydn probably composed during his second sojourn in England (1794/95). Prefixed to this Urtext edition is a detailed preface by the editor that provides information about the trio's genesis; dedicatees and notational idiosyncrasies. The piano largely dominates in these “sonatas for the pianoforte with accompaniment of violin and violoncello”; as they were titled in the first edition. In fact; for long stretchess the violin doubles the right hand of the piano at the unison (with the violoncello doing the same for the piano left-hand part). The two string instruments nonetheless contribute significantly to the impact of this music; and the violin is occasionally entrusted with the melodic line on its own.
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