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A Czech Family Affair

Piano Quintets by Dvorak and his son-in-law, Suk with Mozart's Piano Trio in G to start. Performed by Ensemble 360. Ian Skelly presents.

Dvorak's second Piano Quintet was a success from the moment of its first performance. The folk tunes that permeate it are also evident in his son-in-law, Josef Suk's Piano Quintet which will precede it - an unjustly neglected work which boasts an outstandingly affecting slow movement. The concert, recorded in Sheffield's Crucible Studio Theatre as part of Music In The Round, opens with Mozart's radiant and engaging Piano Trio in G, K496.
Presented by Ian Skelly.

Programme:
PART ONE
Mozart: Piano Trio in G K.496
Suk: Piano Quintet in G minor Op.8

INTERVAL
From CD
Josef Suk "Asrael Symphony" Op27 - Part 2 - Mvt V
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jiri Belohlavek

PART TWO
Dvorak: Piano Quintet No.2 in A Op.81

Performed by Ensemble 360.
Tim Horton (piano)
Benjamin Nabarro (violin)
Gemma Rosefield (cello)
Claudia Ajmone-Marsan (violin)
Ruth Gibson (viola)

2 hours, 28 minutes

Music Played

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Trio in G major K.496

    Ensemble: Ensemble 360.
  • Josef Suk

    Quintet in G minor Op.8

    Ensemble: Ensemble 360.
  • Josef Suk

    Asrael Symphony Op 27: Adagio e maestoso

    Orchestra: Czech Philharmonic. Conductor: Jiří Bělohlávek.
    • CHANDOS.
  • Antonín Dvořák

    Quintet no. 2 in A major Op.81

    Ensemble: Ensemble 360.
  • Joseph Haydn

    Horn Concerto No 2 in D major, H VIId 4

    Performer: Wilhelm Bruns. Orchestra: Heidelberg Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Thomas Fey.
    • Haydn: Symphonies Nos. 1, 2, 31 (Volume 14): Bruns/Heidelberger Sinfoniker/Fey.
    • Hanssler Classics.

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