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Chamber Music

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MATHILDE VERNE (Pianoforte)
FERENZ HEGEDUS (Violin) and BARJANSKY (Violoncello)
OLGA KALLIWODA (Soprano)
MATHILDE VERNE has been a distinguished figure in the music of London as soloist, as chamber music player, and as teacher, for a good many years. The second of three brilliant sisters, she was a favourite pupil of Madame Schumann.
Ferencz Hegedus , a Hungarian on his father's side and Spanish on his mother's, made his first appearance in London before he was out of his teens. Though he has visited this country less often than some Continental artists, he enjoys the reputation of being in the very front rank of the violinists of today.
Barjansky, the bioloncellist, is a comparative new-comer to the London concert world, having made his first appearance here, with the Royal Philharmonic Society, so recently as January of this year. His brilliant success on that occasion must be fresh in the memory of music lovers.
THE two Trios which make up Opus 70, appeared fourteen years after the three of Opus 1. But they are separated from the early works by an advance in style far greater than that interval suggests. They are Beethoven at the very height of his powers, and before any of those sombre qualities of mystery, such as we find in the last String Quartets, for instance, had begun to appear. Published in the same year (1809) as the fifth and sixth symphonies-the year before Fidelio, they have all the bigness and splendid dignity of these great works.

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