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Mendelssohn: Piano Sextet, op. 110; trio, op. 49

$13.99 (1CD)

World Première Recording on period instruments

This second release devoted to Felix Mendelssohn completes the Atlantis Trio’s survey of the two great piano trios. For the early Piano Sextet (1824), the trio is joined by three distinguished colleagues, Peter Bucknell & Daniel Foster (violas) and Anne Trout (double bass)

Composer: Felix Mendelssohn Felix Mendelssohn Felix Mendelssohn Felix Mendelssohn Felix Mendelssohn Felix Mendelssohn Felix Mendelssohn

Performing artists: Atlantis Trio & Ensemble Penelope Crawford Anne Trout Enid Sutherland Dan Foster Peter Bucknell Jaap Schröder

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Reviews: Early MusicEarly Music America

Release date: July 1, 2006

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Track Listing:

Piano Trio in D minor, Op. 49
1 Molto Allegro agitato
2 Andante con moto tranquillo
3 Scherzo (Leggiero e vivace)
4 Finale (Allegro assai appassionato)

Piano Sextet in D major, Op. 110*
5 Allegro vivace
6 Adagio
7 Menuetto and Trio
The Atlantis Trio 8 Allegro vivace

The Romantics 7
Felix Mendelssohn
Piano Trio in D minor, Op. 49 Piano Sextet in D major, Op. 110

The Atlantis Trio & Ensemble*
Jaap Schröder (violin), Penelope Crawford (fortepiano), Peter Bucknell* (viola),
Daniel Foster* (viola), Enid Sutherland (cello), Anne Trout* (double bass)

Configuration: 1CD
Available: Now
Recorded: Nov. 2001 (sextet), April 2002 (trio)
Booklet: 20 Page
Features:
• First recording of Op. 110 on period instruments.
• Performances by legendary ensemble specializing in Romantic chamber music led by Dutch violinist Jaap Schröder.
• Extensive booklet notes by world’s leading Mendelssohn scholar and biographer, R. Larry Todd.

Reviews: Early Music (U.K.), Luister (Holland), Dutch Early Music Review, American Record Guide, Gramophone, International
Record Review, BBC Music Magazine, Fanfare, Classical Net, Musicweb, Early Music America

The Romantics
A revolution in art and literature swept through Europe and by the early 1800’s Romanticism dominated the musical
landscape. Such figures as Beethoven, Mendelssohn, and Brahms exemplified the ideals yet maintained highly individual
approaches. Now, our finest historically informed musicians and scholars present this incomparable repertoire in a series
destined to become an essential part of every serious music lover’s collection.

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