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This page lists all recordings of Piano Trio No. 3 in C minor, Op. 1 No. 3 by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827).

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Trio Wanderer's perspective on Beethoven is so fresh it's almost disconcerting. The prevailing impressions are of delicacy, beauty of tone and a spirited playfulness that's often eclipsed when... More…

4 CDs

($29.00) $23.25

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They combine a sense of dialectical urgency, crucial in this work, with a natural conversational intimacy. Pianist Wu Qian, first among equals in this music, has a limpid, sparkling touch, using... More…

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4 CDs

$23.50

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2 CDs

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It may take some listeners a few minutes to acclimatise to the fortepiano in this period-instrument performance, but Trio Goya’s sound world has a satisfyingly natural balance. And it’s good... More…

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$13.25

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2 CDs

$16.25

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The playing of The Florestan Trio is memorable for its lyrical tenderness, its luminous sonorities and its rhythmic buoyancy More…

4 CDs

($24.00) $19.25

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$16.25

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Andreas Staier (piano), Daniel Sepec (violin) & Jean-Guihen Queyras (cello)

…these are really impressive and vibrant accounts that bring out all the abrupt contrasts that so shocked the works' Beethoven first audiences… If you prefer these pieces on period instruments,... More…

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