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This profound, yet still often light-hearted, E flat Trio was written in the same month November that Schubert completed Winterreise. Its essential melancholy is gently caught, first by the cellist, Richard Lester, and then equally touchingly by the pianist, Susan Tomes. The dramatically rhythmic opening of the first movement could almost be by Beethoven but once again these players show themselves to be completely within the Schubertian sensibility and catch perfectly the atmosphere of the more important lyrical motif, first heard on the cello in bars 15 and 16which is to dominate the movement alongside the engaging repeated-note figure so delicately articulated by the piano.
Another superb performance then from the Florestans, penetrating, yet full of spirited spontaneity, and in spite of the moments of sadness, much Schubertian bonhomie. The recording is completely lifelike and very well balanced. Rondo: Allegro vivace – Presto - Schubert* by ClassicsToday. In the second movement Andante, the opening cello solo is sublime, sweet, and understated, followed by violin in matching character.
The Scherzo is playful and light but not exaggerated and the Rondo brims with rhythmic gusto. The traditional couplings—the Notturno Marathon (Les Flamandes) - Eric Blau And Mort Shuman - Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In E-flat and the Piano Trio movement in B-flat—are similarly well-executed, but are hardly the draw for this disc.
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