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Ludwig van Beethoven: Complete Piano Trios, Vol. 2

Van Baerle Trio

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Piano Trio in G Major, Op. 1 No. 2  
1.1
I. Adagio - Allegro vivace
Ludwig van Beethoven; Van Baerle Trio
11:38
1.2
II. Largo con espressione
Ludwig van Beethoven; Van Baerle Trio
9:44
1.3
III. Scherzo. Allegro
Ludwig van Beethoven; Van Baerle Trio
3:58
1.4
IV. Finale. Presto
Ludwig van Beethoven; Van Baerle Trio
7:51
Piano Trio after the Symphony in No. 2 in D Major, Op. 36  
1.5
I. Adagio molto - Allegro con brio
Ludwig van Beethoven; Van Baerle Trio
12:56
1.6
II. Larghetto
Ludwig van Beethoven; Van Baerle Trio
11:35
1.7
III. Scherzo. Allegro - Trio
Ludwig van Beethoven; Van Baerle Trio
4:41
1.8
IV. Allegro molto
Ludwig van Beethoven; Van Baerle Trio
6:54
1.9
Allegretto in E-Flat Major, Hess 48
Ludwig van Beethoven; Van Baerle Trio
3:14
Total Playing Time    72:31
Chamber music arrangements of symphonies were very common in the late 18th and early 19th century, and it is probably true that a large proportion of the people who were familiar with the symphonic repertoire at the time were so because of them. The Second Symphony is the only one for which Beethoven himself produced an arrangement, although there is evidence that his student Ferdinand Ries did the bulk of the work, with Beethoven adding the finishing touches. Of the three piano trios published under op. 1, the second announces its pretentions to the symphonic genre earlier than its siblings and has several common points with the Second Symphony that was written ten years later. The Allegretto in E-Flat, Hess 48 was likely one of the first works for piano trio that Beethoven wrote, dating back to the early 1790s. Its form is a short, but humorous conversation between three different instruments.
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