Wolf-Ferrari Piano Trio

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Composer: Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari
Artists: Franco Mezzena, Sergio Patria, Elena Ballario
Sumptuously Romantic Italian chamber music from an experienced team of native musicians.
How many labels can boast not one but two recordings of Wolf-Ferrari’s piano trios? But they’re so good, they’re worth recording (and hearing) more than once. As Norman Lebrecht remarked of the well-received album of Trio Arche (BC95624), ‘The two trios… put an instant summer’s smile on the sourest of faces. The gift for melody is abundant and the interaction of piano, violin and cello is as infectious and irresistible as a well-made goal in football. Barely half an hour long, either of these trios will make your day… Go on, treat yourself.’

Both written early in his career, the trios share the inventiveness and communicative vibrancy of his better-known operas and symphonic works such as the wind concertos on another recent Brilliant Classics release (BC95875). The Op. 5 Trio shows off the confidence of Wolf-Ferrari with quirky juxtapositions of key and an abruptly offhand conclusion to the Scherzo, and a whimsical discursiveness of the Finale that might be described as the lovechild of Schubert and Fauré.
Tracklist:

00:00:00 Piano Trio No. 1 in D Major, Op. 5: I. Allegro molto moderato
00:13:15 Piano Trio No. 1 in D Major, Op. 5: II. Presto, vivace, tempo I
00:19:47 Piano Trio No. 1 in D Major, Op. 5: III. Larghetto
00:29:23 Piano Trio No. 1 in D Major, Op. 5: IV. Allegro vivace assai
00:39:27 Piano Trio No. 2 in F-Sharp Major, Op. 7: I. Sostenuto, agitato, tranquillo, più tranquillo, sostenuto, tempo del principio, Più mosso, largamente
00:56:31 Piano Trio No. 2 in F-Sharp Major, Op. 7: II. Largo
01:01:37 Piano Trio No. 2 in F-Sharp Major, Op. 7: III. Lievemente mosso, e tranquillo sempre

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