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Hindemith - Schoenberg: String Trios

Trio Zimmermann

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String Trio No. 1, Op. 34  
1
I. Toccata
Paul Hindemith; Trio Zimmermann
4:51
2
II. Langsam und mit großer ruhe
Paul Hindemith; Trio Zimmermann
6:07
3
III. Mäßig schnelle viertel
Paul Hindemith; Trio Zimmermann
1:36
4
IV. Fuge
Paul Hindemith; Trio Zimmermann
6:35
String Trio No. 2  
5
I. Mäßig schnell
Paul Hindemith; Trio Zimmermann
7:35
6
II. Lebhaft
Paul Hindemith; Trio Zimmermann
6:06
7
III. Langsam
Paul Hindemith; Trio Zimmermann
7:53
String Trio, Op. 45  
8
Pt. 1
Arnold Schoenberg; Trio Zimmermann
1:50
9
1st Episode
Arnold Schoenberg; Trio Zimmermann
5:17
10
Pt. 2
Arnold Schoenberg; Trio Zimmermann
3:10
11
2nd Episode
Arnold Schoenberg; Trio Zimmermann
2:32
12
Pt. 3
Arnold Schoenberg; Trio Zimmermann
5:12
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:44
“It would be hard to imagine the [Schoenberg's String Trio] being better done or to find its emotional world explored with more remorseless exactitude.”
- Tim Ashley, The Guardian

Trio Zimmermann—comprised of Frank Peter Zimmermann (violin), Antoine Tamestit (viola), and Christian Poltéra (cello), all respected solo artists in their own right—present an engaging combination of pieces by Schoenberg and Hindemith on this release for BIS. Taking the String Trio Nos. 1 and 2 from Hindemith's early period allows the listener to experience the affinities between this German composer (known for his later neoclassicism) and his Austrian contemporary, whose fiendishly difficult String Trio Op. 45 rounds off this release.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters

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