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ACD22346 - October, 2004

La Truite

The “Trout” Quintet for piano and strings in A major is certainly one of the best-known works of Schubert, indeed of the entire chamber-music repertoire. The Trout in the title refers to the work’s fourth movement, which is a series of variations on the eponymous lied. The Quintet is written for an unusual combination that—like Hummel’s E-flat major Quintet—sees the string quartet’s second violin replaced by a double-bass. The Chamber Players of Canada also perform the Adagio and Rondo Concertante in F major, D 487, a pure example of “Hausmusik” (music for the home) destined to enliven an evening with friends or family.

 

 
 
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Disque No 1

Quintette avec piano en la majeur, D 667 «La Truite»
Schubert, Franz
38:38
$6.99
1
Allegro vivace

13:12
$2.99
2
Andante

7:05
$1.99
3
Scherzo (Presto) - Trio - Scherzo da capo

4:17
$0.99
4
Tema (Andantino) con variazioni - Allegretto

7:45
$1.99
5
Finale: Allegro giusto

6:19
$1.99
Adagio et Rondo concertant en fa majeur, D 487
Schubert, Franz
14:20
$2.99
6
Adagio

4:49
$0.99
7
Rondo (Allegro vivace)

9:31
$1.99