woensdag 19 oktober 2011

Go see the doctor…

When you visit a physician, you expect to walk away with all sorts of things. Hope, answers, maybe despair or clarity, even if the news is bad… But you actually do not expect to walk away with a bag of old LP’s. :-) That’s what happened to me last year. I told my physician about my hobby, collecting and restoring classical LP’s, and immediately he went into an other room and voila, I could transfer some very fine performances I did not heard before! The name “trio de Trieste” might not ring many bells today, but from 1933 till 1995 (!) this trio performed thousands of times around the world and recorded for HMV, Decca and Deutsche Grammophon. The original line-up consisted of Dario di Rosa, piano; Renato Zanettovich, violin and Libero Lana, cello. The latter was replaced in 1962 by cellist Amedeo Baldovino, who can be heard in this 1966 recording of Schubert’s second piano trio in E flat op 100 D929. Maybe not as passionately performed as other recordings of this trio, inward looking and loaded with suspense rather then brilliant fireworks. But didn’t Schumann said about this trio that it was “full of repressed fury and impassioned nostalgia”? Hope you will enjoy the performance! All the movements are put into one youtube file, something I like more than run to the computer every 15 minutes after a movement is over… Sound quality improvers when you put the video on HD quality, (720p)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iskfKi5Tog&hd=1 (HD direct link)

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