The Andante con moto from Franz Schubert’s Trio in E Flat Major, Opus 100 (D. 929). 4K, ultra high definition video from the Valley of the Moon Music Festival, July 2017, performed on original instruments.
Cynthia Miller Freivogel, violin
Tanya Tomkins, cello
Eric Zivian, fortepiano
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The Andante from Schubert’s 2nd Piano trio has been used as the soundtrack for many films, including Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon.
Wikipedia: The Trio No. 2 in E-flat major for piano, violin, and violoncello, D. 929, was one of the last compositions completed by Franz Schubert, dated November 1827. It was published by Probst as Op. 100 in late 1828, shortly before the composer’s death and first performed at a private party in January 1828 to celebrate the engagement of Schubert’s school-friend Josef von Spaun. The Trio was among the few of his late compositions Schubert heard performed before his death. It was given its first private performance by Carl Maria von Bocklet on the fortepiano, Ignaz Schuppanzigh playing the violin, and Josef Linke playing violoncello.