Piano Trio Op. 11 (ca. 1840), Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel (1805-1847).
Album · 2000 · 7 Songs. Piano Trio in D Minor, Op. 11. By Fanny Hensel-Mendelssohn.
На наших складах широкий ассортимент оборудования Hensel. 7 магазинов в Москве. nbsp;· Товар сертифицирован · с 1991г.
Clara Schumann, Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Mendelssohn-Trio Zürich. Clara Schumann, Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Mendelssohn-Trio Zürich - Klaviertrios (LP). Pan (5). PAN 130 062.
The Piano Trio in D minor Op. 11 by Fanny Mendelssohn was conceived between 1846 and 1847 as a birthday present for her sister, and posthumously published in 1850, three years after the composer's death. The trio is in four movements: Allegro molto vivace. Allegretto moderato broad, sweeping foundations that build themselves up through stormy waves into a marvelous edifice
Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel Composer. 'Women always betray themselves in their compositions, and this is true of myself as well as others'', so Clara Schumann was candid enough to admit in her diary not long after completing her G minor Piano Trio in 1846, at the age of 27, as well as making the acquaintance of certain works by her friend, Fanny. In their own special cases she was right: it would have been more than difficult for either lady to escape influences as strong as those of Clara's husband and Fanny's brother
Mendelssohn, Fanny: Piano Trio in D major Op. The Dartington Piano Trio. Mendelssohn Hensel, Fanny Caecilie (1805-47). Schumann, Clara (1819-96). Mendelssohn, Fanny: Piano Trio in D major Op. Schumann, Clara: Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 17. Label.
Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel was one of those who deserved much more attention and adulation. Sadly, it's said some of her work was even published under the name of her more famous younger brother, the renowned Felix Mendelssohn, just to get it in front of the unsuspecting public. Indeed, it is said Ms Mendelssohn-Hensel would depart this earth long before "Das Jahr" would be published and performed. Some say she was the musical equal of Felix
Fanny Hensel née Mendelssohn Bartholdy was born on 14 November 1805, in Hamburg, Germany to Lea Mendelssohn née Salomon and her husband Abraham Mendelssohn. Upon seeing her first-born daughter, Lea Mendelssohn remarked that Fanny was born with ‘Bach fugal fingers’ as reported by the new father in a letter to his mother-in-law Bella Salomon (Elvers, I(iii)1997, . 7), thus immediately placing the infant in a rich context of music, erudition, and strong female leaders in the Itzig-Salomon family.
|–Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel||Klaviertrio D-moll Op. 11||(26:53)|
|A1||–||Allegro Molto Vivace||11:45|
|A4||–||Finale: Allegro Moderato||6:45|
|–Clara Schumann||Klaviertrio G-moll Op. 17||(29:18)|
|B2||–||Scherzo: Tempo Di Menuetto||5:27|
- Recorded At – Gymnasium Oberwil BL
- Pressed By – TELDEC
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pan Zürich
- Copyright (c) – Pan Zürich
- Concert Grand Piano – Maria Bergmann
- Design [Hüllengestaltung] – Ruedi Becker
- Ensemble – Mendelssohn-Trio Zürich
- Lacquer Cut By – TELDEC
- Producer [Produktion] – Ex Libris Verlag Zürich*
- Sleeve Notes [Hüllentext] – Christian Lambour, St. Gallen*
- Sleeve Notes [Übersetzung French] – Pierre Hugli, Lausanne*
- Technician [Technik], Recording Supervisor [Aufnahmeleitung] – Prof. Jakob Stämpfli
- Violin – Elemer Glanz
- Violoncello – Wolfgang Bogner
Notes-Recorded/Aufnahmeort: Gymnasium Oberwil BL., 28. / 29. August 1982 on back
-Konzertflügel: STEINWAY 6 SONS on back
-DMM-Überspielung und Pressung: TELDEC on back
-Hüllensujet: Fanny Hensel + Clara Schumann (Mit freundlicher Genehmigung des Bildarchivs Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin) on back
-DMM Direct Metal Mastering on back
-Digital Recording on back
- Ⓒ 1983 PAN Zürich
- Ⓟ 1983 PAN Zürich
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- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): A C-76.26 458-01-1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): A C-76.26 458-01-2