Schubert / Gaede Trio: Gaede Trio Plays Schubert

Schubert / Gaede Trio SKU: 19542294
Schubert / Gaede Trio: Gaede Trio Plays Schubert

Schubert / Gaede Trio: Gaede Trio Plays Schubert

Schubert / Gaede Trio SKU: 19542294

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Description

Title: Gaede Trio Plays Schubert
Artist: Schubert / Gaede Trio
Label: Tacet Records
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 4009850007203
Genre: Classical Composers

"This formidable ensemble, founded in 1991 and an international symbol of fine chamber and string music culture, demonstrates musicological centres with the aid of three works the Gaede Trio works it's way elegantly into each composition and discovers a particular timbre and depth in each one. It is simply delightful to follow these chamber musicians as a listener: because it is an experience." (Das Orchester) "... seldom has a string trio displayed such smooth tone and cultivated playing. Even more impressive are the apparent ease and balance; their early Schubert is calm but always so fresh and alert that it never sounds old-fashioned. This is a graceful, lilting performance; a few exaggerated phrases add color without distorting the line If this performance (Dohnanyi) fails to erase memories of the Heifetz-Primrose-Feuermann recording, it does replace that classic as the one I will listen to most often. It also reveals the Gaede's range: this could be three different ensembles, specialists in the Classical, Late-Romantic, and Expressionist repertoires." (Fanfare)

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