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Beethoven, Ludwig Van (1770-1827) - Complete Piano Trios Vol. 2
Van Baerle Trio

Chamber music arrangements of symphonies were very common in the  late  18th  and  early  19th  century, and  it is probably  true that  a large proportion of the people who were  familiar  with the symphonic repertoire at the time were  so because of them. The Second  Symphony  is the  only one for which Beethoven himself produced an  arrangement, although there is evidence that  his student Ferdinand Ries did the bulk of the work, with Beethoven adding the finishing touches.

Of the  three piano  trios   published under  op.  1,  the  second announces its pretentions to the  symphonic genre earlier than its  siblings and  has  several common points  with  the  Second Symphony that was written ten years later.

The Allegretto in E-flat,  Hess 48, probably  was  one  of the  first works for piano trio that Beethoven wrote, dating back to the early
1790s.  Its form  is a short, but humorous conversation between three different instruments.

Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 2 in G major, Op. 1 No. 2
1. Adagio - Allegro vivace (11:37)
2. Largo con espressione (09:44)
3. Scherzo. Allegro (03:59)
4. Finale. Presto (07:51)

Beethoven: Piano Trio after the Symphony in No. 2 in D Major, Op. 36
1. Adagio molto - Allegro con brio (12:56)
2. Larghetto (11:34)
3. Scherzo. Allegro - Trio (04:41)
4. Allegro molto (06:54)

Beethoven: Allegretto in E-flat Major, Hess 48 (03:18)

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