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Schubert/Schumann: Piano Quintets/Die Forelle – Digital Download

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The two most admired piano quintets of the early nineteenth century plus the song that inspired one of them, performed by some of today's legendary specialists in historical performance.

Composer: Robert Schumann Franz Schubert

Performing artists: Atlantis Trio & Ensemble Atlantis Trio & Ensemble

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Release date: February 15, 2007

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Track listing:

Robert Schumann
Quintet in E flat Major for piano
and string quartet, Op. 44*
1 Allegro brillante
2 In modo d’una marcia:
Un poco largamente
3 Scherzo: Molto vivace
4 Allegro, ma non troppo

Franz Schubert
5 Die Forelle, op. 32 (D. 550)**
Quintet in A major for piano, violin,
viola, cello and bass “The Trout”
Op. 114 (D.667)***
6 Allegro vivace
7 Andante
8 Scherzo (Presto)
9 Thema (Andantino) & six variations
10 Finale (Allegro giusto)

Robert Schumann:
Piano Quintet, Op. 44
Franz Schubert:
“The Trout”

The Atlantis Ensemble*
Jaap Schröder (violin)
Etienne Abelin (violin)*
Peter Bucknell (viola)
Enid Sutherland (cello)
Anne Trout (bass)***
Penelope Crawford
(fortepiano – Conrad Graf, Wien, 1835)
Max van Egmond (baritone)**
Penelope Crawford (fortepiano)**

Configuration: Digital Download (320 kbps MP3)
Available: Now
Recorded: April & July 2002
Booklet: 20 Page
Features:
• First recording to present the two greatest Romantic piano quintets on one CD.
• First recording of Schubert’s “Trout” to include the original Schubert song that
inspired the composition of the quintet, sung by the great baritone, Max van Egmond.
• Great period-instrument performances by the famous Atlantis Ensemble, led by the
legendary Dutch violinist, Jaap Schröder
• Recording features the finest original Conrad Graf fortepiano, played by America’s
“first lady” of the fortepiano, Penelope Crawford.

Schubert/Schumann: Piano Quintets/Die Forelle – Digital Download was last modified: August 22nd, 2015 by Burke Thompson