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Chamber Music


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Maurice Libowitch (violin); Gershorri Parkinton (violoncello); Wilfrid Parry
Brahms wrote five piano trios, three of which are for piano and strings. The third in C minor was composed at Thun, and with the 'Cello Sonata in F and the Violin Sonata in A appeared in 1887. It is a powerful work, terse and concentrated in form and develop-.. ment, and containing much variety of mood. The second movement, which takes the place of a scherzo, ' hurries by like a frightened child '-to use Professor Tovey's apt simile. The music is mysterious in effect and full of delicate shades of tone-colour. The slow movement is deeply expressive, and the finale, though more tempestuous in character, returns to the tragic mood of the first movement.


Violin: Maurice Libowitch
Violin: Gershorri Parkinton
Pianoforte: Wilfrid Parry

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