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Dvořák - Busch Trio - Piano Trios Op. 65 & 90 'Dumky' Scaricare
Dvořák - Busch Trio
Piano Trios Op. 65 & 90 'Dumky'
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1II. Allegretto Grazioso6:08
2II. Poco Adagio - Vivace Non Troppo - Poco Adagio - Vivace7:42
3Piano Trio No.3 In F Minor, Op.65
4IV. Andante Moderato - Allegretto Scherzando - Meno Mosso6:39
5III. Poco Adagio10:07
6IV. Finale (Allegro Con Brio)10:27
7Piano Trio No.4 In E Minor, Op.90 'Dumky'
8I. Allegro Ma Non Troppo14:00
9VI. Lento Maestoso - Vivace, Quasi Doppio Movimento - Lento - Vivace4:59
10I. Lento Maestoso - Allegro Quasi Doppio Movimento - Lento Maestoso - Allegro5:05
11V. Allegro - Meno Mosso, Quasi Tempo Primo4:12
12III. Andante - Vivace Non Troppo - Andante7:22


  • CelloOri Epstein
  • Composed ByAntonín Dvořák
  • EnsembleBusch Trio
  • PianoOmri Epstein
  • ProducerAline Blondiau
  • Production Manager, Editor, Booklet Editor, Executive-ProducerAliénor Mahy
  • ViolinMathieu Van Bellen


65 & 90 Dumky. Piano Trio No. 3 in F Minor, Op. Allegro ma non troppo. Composers Antonín Dvořák. Artists Busch Trio. Allegretto grazioso. 65: II. 4 in E Minor, Op. 90 Dumky: I. Lento maestoso - Allegro quasi doppio movimento - Lento maestoso - Allegro. Listen free to Busch Trio Dvořák: Piano Trios, Op. 65 & 90 Dumky Piano Trio No. Allegro ma non troppo, Piano Trio No. Allegretto grazioso and more. 10 tracks 76:33. 90 Dumky: III. Andante - Vivace non troppo - Andante, 07:22. 90 Dumky: IV. Andante moderato - Allegretto scherzando - Meno mosso, 06:39. ATOS Trio: - Dumky for piano trio, - Продолжительность: 32:15 Thomas Hoppe. DVORAKPiano Trio No. Disc IDs. Cover Art 1. Piano Trio no. 4 in E minor, op. 166 Dumky: I. cello: Ori Epstein cellist from 2015-12-19 until 2015-12-22. piano: Omri Epstein pianist from 2015-12-19 until 2015-12-22. 4 in E minor, Op. 166, also called Dumky trio from the subtitle Dumky is a composition by Antonín Dvořák for piano, violin and cello. It is among the composer's best-known works. At the same time it is a prominent example for a piece of chamber music deviating strongly from the customary form of classical chamber music both in terms of the number of movements and of their formal construction. Piano Trio In E Minor 'Dumky', Op. 90: Poco adagio - vivace non troppo - poco adagio - vivace. 90: Andante - vivace non troppo - andante - allegretto. The 'Dumky' trio is an unusual composition in so far as it has six movements rather than the normal four with a preponderance of slow movements. In addition, each of these movements with the exception of the short fifth movement Allagro sub-divides into several contrasting tempi. The idea linking these movements together is that of the Dumka style of dance, a Slavonic folk dance which is essentially slow but usually with faster sections incorporated. The Op 65 trio is less well known but deserving of attention. The passionate, big-boned style of its opening Allegro brings to mind the style of Dvoráks great friend, Brahms, though the Scherzo returns to more familiar, springy Dvorák terrain and the energetic finale could be by no other composer. This is virtuosic playing of a high order