Deux Trios brillants • Trois Sonatines faciles et brillantes
Sun-Young Shin, Violin
Benjamin Hayek, Cello
Samuel Gingher, Piano
Carl Czerny found a continuing source of inspiration in the music of his teacher Beethoven, even after he had established himself with a series of influential pedagogic works, piano exercises and studies. His works for piano trio show a flair for vivacious themes and unusual rhythms, such as the Spanish bolero in the second of the Deux Trios brillants, Op. 211 as well as opportunities for brilliant display, notably for the pianist. The Trois Sonatines, Op. 104 are equally lively, showing a transitional style that bridges the period from Mozart to Liszt.
|Release Period||August 2018|