Piano Trio No.3 in c-moll (1886), Op.101 (Brahms)

Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)


Piano Trio No.3 in c-moll (1886), Op.101

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1. Allegro energico
2. Presto non assai
3. Andante grazioso
4. Allegro molto

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  Nicholas Angelich (piano); Renaud Capuçon (violin); Gautier Capuçon (cello) / 2003, Chambery, Auditorium de la Cite des Arts
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  Entry - February 1991, New York.
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  2016-17, USA.
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  Recorded at Purchase College Recital Hall, Performing Arts Center, Purchase (NY), USA, July 7-9, 2004.
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  Recording: Radio della Svizzera a Italiana/Rete 2, Lugano (RSI Studio Auditorio), December 2, 1971.
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  Amaury Coeytaux - violin, Raphaël Perraud - cello. 2018-19.
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  1966-06-16, Recorded for DG, UFA-Tonstudio, Berlin
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  Recorded: May 4, 2004, Sussex, UK.
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  Recorded: November 22, 1947, Wissbaden.
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  TRIO OPUS 8: Michael Hauber (piano), Eckhard Fischer (violin), Mario de Secondi (cello). Recorded at Tonstudio van Geest, Sandhausen, December 14-16, 1995.
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  Recorded: August 26-27, 1966, New York.
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  Recorded: July 13 (or 9), 1955, Prades.
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  MANNHEIM TRIO: Günter LUDWIG (piano); Dieter VORHOLZ (violin); Reinhold J. BUHL (cello). Taken from a LP released by VOX (USA) in late 60s.
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  Recording is from a Celebration concert in 1983 on the occasion of the 150th year of Brahms` birth., Music Hall in Boulder.
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  1997, London.
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  Recorded at the Festetich Castle in Budapest, from September 30 to October 3, 1993.
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  Recorded: May 1986, Switerland.
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  1966.
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  Recorded: September 4-10, 1972, Geneva.
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  Ottomar BORWTTZKY (cello)
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  2014, Bremen
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