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Trio (D moll) : für Violine, Bratsche und Violoncello, op. 141b

Author: Max Reger
Publisher: Frankfurt : C.F. Peters, ©1943, ©1915.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : No Linguistic ContentView all editions and formats
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Wilhelm Altmann, the famous chamber music critic writing in his Chamber Music Handbook, comments "Max Reger has written two string trios that belong to the best of their kind, and every chamber music player ought to make their acquaintance." String Trio No.2 was written toward the end of Reger's life in 1915. The opening Allegro begins with a searching melody. Sadness and a sense of loss pervade this music. A second  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Chamber music
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Reger, Max, 1873-1916.
Trio, D moll, für Violine, Bratsche und Violoncello, op. 141b.
Frankfurt : C.F. Peters, ©1943, c1915
(OCoLC)639438927
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Max Reger
OCLC Number: 11537618
Notes: Title from cover of violin part.
Publisher's number: 3453b. Plate number: 10008.
Description: 3 parts ; 30 cm
Contents: Allegro --
Andante molto sostenuto con variazioni --
Vivace.
Other Titles: Trios,
Trio :
Trio für Violine, Bratsche u. Violoncello
Responsibility: von Max Reger.

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Wilhelm Altmann, the famous chamber music critic writing in his Chamber Music Handbook, comments "Max Reger has written two string trios that belong to the best of their kind, and every chamber music player ought to make their acquaintance." String Trio No.2 was written toward the end of Reger's life in 1915. The opening Allegro begins with a searching melody. Sadness and a sense of loss pervade this music. A second theme is somewhat brighter in mood. The middle movement, Andante sostenuto, is a theme and set of variations. The theme is, for Reger, particularly sweet and straight forward. The several variations show Reger's inventiveness and technical skill. The lively and upbeat theme of the finale, Vivace, harks back to Haydn. Its brilliant presentation is in fugal format. The melancholic second theme makes brief appearance but once before the return of main melody which leads to an exciting finish. Trio parties, professionals and amateurs alike, should not miss the chance to play and perform this very fine work. - editionsilvertrust.com

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