Beethoven Trios

Beethoven - Trios / op.11 & 38, F. Héau, J. Ducros, H.Demarquette

Beethoven - Trios / op.11 & 38, F. Héau, J. Ducros, H.Demarquette
ZIG ZAG Territoires | 27 janvier 2005 | Classical | APE+CUE | 3% Recovery | 243 MB | Covers+Booklet | 59'15"

Ces trios avec clarinette qui trouvent parfois leur inspiration dans la musique populaire constituent un sommet du genre. Le clarinettiste Florent Héau aborde ce répertoire sans aucun complexe et avec bonheur réinvente le texte de Beethoven. Il est magnifiquement accompagné dans cette entreprise par Henri Demarquette au violoncelle et Jérôme Ducros au piano.


Brahms & Beethoven - Trios for Clarinet, Cello & Piano  Music

Posted by Xogum at Oct. 1, 2006
Brahms & Beethoven - Trios for Clarinet, Cello & Piano

Brahms & Beethoven - Trios for Clarinet, Cello & Piano
MP3 192 Kbps | 1991 | Label: IMP Classics | 43 min | 62,4 Mb | Covers
Genre: Classical | Styles: Chamber Music




Istomin · Stern · Rose · The Trio Recordings Vol. II · The Complete Beethoven Piano Trios [4CD set]

Istomin · Stern · Rose · The Trio Recordings Vol. II · The Complete Beethoven Piano Trios [4CD set]
EAC Rip | Flac, IMG+Cue, Log | 4 CDs | 1.66 GB | Full 300 dpi Scans | 5% Rec.Rec
Label: SONY Classical | Cat. No. SM5K 46738 | Rec. 1965-66-68-69-70 | Released 1990

Asked to provide a capsule characterization of the Beethoven trios as opposed to the many other fine ones that the Istomin-Stern-Rose Trio performed, Isaac Stern offered the summation that "Beethoven is constantly driving himself and his performers in a way unknown to any other composer. There is none of the romantic levity one finds in the works of others. He is always deadly in earnest, even when introducing a lighter touch for contrast….."
Irving Kolodin
Beethoven - Coin e.a. - Piano Trios Op.1 n.3 & Op.11 (1994)

Ludwig van Beethoven - Trios pour pianoforte, violon et violoncelle op. 1 n°3; op.posth.154 & Gassenhauer-Trio Op. 11
Wolfgang Meyer / Patrick Cohen / Erich Höbart / Cristophe Coin
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 234 MB | Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Harmonia Mundi # HMC 901475 | Country/Year: France 1994
Genre: Classical | Style: Classical Period

Christophe Coin (born 26 January 1958) is a French cellist, viola da gamba player and conductor active in the field of historically informed performance. He is the cellist of the Quatuor Mosaïques and is the director of the Ensemble Baroque de Limoges.

Beethoven - Coin e.a. - Piano Trios Op.1 n.1, 2 (1991)  

Posted by luckburz at Sept. 25, 2013
Beethoven - Coin e.a. - Piano Trios Op.1 n.1, 2 (1991)

Ludwig van Beethoven - Trios pour pianoforte, violon et violoncelle op. 1 n°1 & n°2
Patrick Cohen / Erich Höbart / Cristophe Coin
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 274 MB | Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Harmonia Mundi # HMC901361 | Country/Year: France 1991
Genre: Classical | Style: Classical Period

Christophe Coin (born 26 January 1958) is a French cellist, viola da gamba player and conductor active in the field of historically informed performance. He is the cellist of the Quatuor Mosaïques and is the director of the Ensemble Baroque de Limoges.
Storioni Trio, Jan Willem de Vriend - Beethoven: Triple Concerto & Archduke Trio (2013) [DSD64] 1bit / 2.82 MHz

Storioni Trio, Jan Willem de Vriend - Beethoven: Triple Concerto & Archduke Trio (2013)
FLAC (tracks) DSD64 (*.dsf) | 1bit | 2.82 MHz | Digital Booklet | 01:05:51 | 2,96 Gb
Genre: Classical | Label: Challenge Classics | Catalog: CC 72579

Recordings of Beethoven's Triple Concerto, Op. 56, by a piano trio rather than by a group of virtuosi (a configuration that almost always misunderstands the work) are not abundant. Still rarer are those like the present release by the Storioni Trio, a Dutch group that takes its name from the maker of the 1790s instrument played by the violinist (and strung, like the viola, with gut strings). Pianist Bart van de Roer plays an 1815 Lagasse fortepiano. This recording is part of a series devoted to Beethoven's piano trios, but the Triple Concerto actually is more comfortable in those surroundings than when forced to keep company with the likes of the Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61.
Trio Wanderer - Beethoven: Complete Piano Trios (2012) [Official Digital Download - 24bit/96kHz]

Trio Wanderer - Beethoven: Complete Piano Trios (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Digital Booklet | 4.01 GB
Genre: Classical | Official Digital Download - Source: Qobuz

Already established within Viennese culture by Haydn and Mozart, the trio genre was taken to new limits by the inexhaustible imagination of Beethoven's genius: "a serene joy come from an unknown world", was E. T. A. Hoffmann's reaction on hearing the Trio in D major Op.70 no.1. The Wanderers have ventured into the Beethoven piano trios and mastered every inch of its topography. What better guide could there be for us to follow with total confidence, in their 25th anniversary year?
Beethoven: Piano Trios Op 70 No 2, "Archduke" - Faust, Queyras, Melnikov (2014) [Official Digital Download - 24bit/96kHz]

Beethoven: Piano Trios Op 70 No 2, "Archduke" - Faust, Queyras, Melnikov (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | 1 CD | Digital Booklet | 1.21 GB
Genre: Classical | Official Digital Download - Source: Qobuz

By giving the stringed instruments the status of genuinely equal partners with the piano, it was Beethoven who gave the piano trio the form it was to retain throughout the 19th century. This album presents the composer's last two works in the genre, Op.70 No.2 dedicated to Countess Marie Erdödy, and the celebrated 'Archduke' trio, which marked the final public appearance of its composer.
Beethoven: Complete Piano Trios - Eugene Istomin, Isaac Stern, Leonard Rose (2007)

Beethoven: Complete Piano Trios - Eugene Istomin, Isaac Stern, Leonard Rose (2007)
Classical - Chamber | DVD Video | 2 DVD-9 | Complete Scans | 113mins + 98mins | 13.68 GB | FileServe + FileSonic + Hotfile
MPEG-2 Video | NTSC | 4:3 | 720x480 | 6440 kb/s | 29,97 fps | Label: EMI Classics
English | Dolby Digital | 48000 Hz | PCM, 2ch, 1536 kb/s | RAR 4% Rec

This set is, indeed, complete, including as it does the six standard trios as well as the op. 11 work that Beethoven originally wrote for a clarinet, but later arranged for violin. The performances were, to judge from viewing, given exclusively for video, no audience evidently being present. The third of the op. 1 set and op.11 are in black and white; everything else is color. Throughout, the picture quality is excellent. The mono sound, however, is disappointing for the vintage: somewhat brittle in the piano and shrill in the violin. Much of this can be corrected with good tone controls, however. Prior to filming these performances, this triumvirate recorded studio versions of these works that were widely admired. Nearly all of what is offered here is in the same class: well-organized, vibrant readings attuned to the wit, drama, and lyricism of these remarkable scores. Everything in op. 1 works well, as does the violin version of op. 11. The two trios in op. 70 are, of course, studies in contrast—No. 1 comprising some of the most explosive chamber music that Beethoven ever composed, No. 2 more lyrical and experimental, its eerie opening being a case in point. Both works are impressively played, No.1 (“Ghost”) projected with thrilling energy and spooky delicacy.

Beethoven, The Piano Trios - Beaux Arts Trio  

Posted by btz39 at Oct. 7, 2009
Beethoven, The Piano Trios - Beaux Arts Trio

Beethoven, The Piano Trios - Beaux Arts Trio
Stereo | 4CD | EASY CD-DA Rip | APE, IMG+CUE, NO LOG & MP3 at 320 kbps CBR. | 1.04GB (APE) + 645 Mb (MP3) | Covers | RAR 3% Rec.
Catalog #: 468411 | 1981 | Label: Eterna
Classical - Viennese School


A magnificent cycle - superb interpretations that haven't been superseded

The Beethoven piano trios have been at the hub of the Beaux Arts Trio's repertoire throughout its long history. Despite a series of personnel switches, the group's approach to Beethoven has remained outstandingly consistent for more than 40 years. The first ever Beaux Arts Beethoven set is currently available in Philips' "The Early Years" series. It was produced during the mid-1960s and did not include transcriptions of the Op. 20 Septet or Second symphony. When Isador Cohen replaced founding violinist Daniel Guilet in 1968, the group (which also included the pianist Menahem Pressler, longest serving member of the ensemble, and cellist Bernard Greenhouse) would not return to Beethoven for another decade.