MuCH Waterloo Festival
F. Schubert: Piano Trio in B-flat major, D. 28, “Sonatensatz”
F. Schubert: Piano Trio, in E-flat major, D. 897, “Notturno”
F. Schubert: Piano Trio in E-flat major, op. 100, D. 929
II. Andante con moto
III. Scherzando. Allegro moderato
IV. Allegro moderato
“What can we do after Beethoven?” is a question Schubert asked his friend von Spaun and one that composers would continue to ask themselves throughout the nineteenth century. The weight of Beethoven’s legacy can be felt in all areas, whether symphonies, string quartets, sonatas or keyboard trios, a genre that Beethoven helped to ennoble. While the Sonatensatz trio is an early work (1812), the Notturno and the famous Trio Op. 100 are mature works (1827), works in which Schubert succeeds in leaving his mark, his identity.
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