Dvorak / Busch Trio / Silva: Complete Chamber Piano & Strin

SKU: 39279286
Dvorak / Busch Trio / Silva: Complete Chamber Piano & Strin

Dvorak / Busch Trio / Silva: Complete Chamber Piano & Strin

SKU: 39279286

Format: CD

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Title: Complete Chamber Piano & Strin
Artist: Dvorak / Busch Trio / Silva
Label: Alpha
UPC: 3760014194672
Genre: Classical Artists

Named after the legendary violinist Adolf Busch (1891-1952), this young trio has already established itself on the international scene as one of the most talented of the new generation. Under the aegis of Alpha Classics and the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, the group set itself a challenge: to record the complete chamber music with keyboard of Antonín Dvorák. They managed to complete this project in four years and four albums: two albums of the piano trios, one of the piano quartets and one of the quintets. They were joined where necessary by the violist Miguel da Silva (founder of the famous Quatuor Ysaÿe) and the violinist Maria Milstein. The four albums are assembled here in a set, providing an opportunity to listen to all ten opuses that make up the Czech composer's output of chamber music with piano. Throughout these recordings, there is an obvious rapport between the musicians, who share with us their passion for this repertory and their pleasure in playing together.


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