The Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97, by Ludwig van Beethoven is a piano trio completed in 1811. It is commonly referred to as the Archduke Trio, because it was dedicated to Archduke Rudolph of Austria, the youngest of twelve children of Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor. Rudolf was an amateur pianist and a patron, friend, and composition student of Beethoven. Beethoven dedicated a total of fourteen compositions to the Archduke, who dedicated one of his own to Beethoven in return.
trio in B-Flat Major, Op. 97 For Piano, Violin And Cello. Cello – Mstislav RostropovichPiano – Emil GilelsViolin – Leonid Kogan. Beethoven - Gilels, Kogan, Rostropovich - "The Archduke Trio" In B Flat Major, Op. 97 For Violin, Cello, And Piano (LP, Mono).
Trio No. 7 In B-Flat Major, Op. 97, Archduke A1 A2. B. Allegro Moderato. HOFS 514. Beethoven - Emil Gilels, Leonid Beethoven - Emil Kogan, Mstislav Gilels, Leonid Rostropowitsch -Kogan, Mstislav Klaviertrio Nr. 7 B-Rostropowitsch dur Op. 97 (Erzherzogs-Trio) (LP, Album).
The Piano Trio in Bb major, Op. 97 is a work for piano, violin, and cello, finished in 1811. Commonly referred to as the Archduke Trio -because of its dedication to Archduke Rudolph of Austria, an amateur pianist, friend and student of Beethoven- this work was written late in the so called 'middle-period'. Louis Spohr wrote: "In forte passages the poor deaf man pounded. Beethoven - Trio N. in B flat major O. 7 - I. 7 - II. Scherzo Allegro. 7 - III. Andante IV.
Archduke Trio, byname of Piano Trio No. 97, German Erzherzog-Trio or Erzherzogtrio, trio for piano, violin, and cello by Ludwig van Beethoven, which premiered on April 11, 1814, in Vienna. The premiere of the Archduke Trio was one of Beethoven’s final concert performances as a pianist, because of his increasing deafness. Dedicated to Archduke Rudolf of Austria-Beethoven’s benefactor, student, and friend-it was the last of Beethoven’s piano trios, and it remains one of his best-known chamber works
Ludwig van Beethoven. Piano Trio in B-flat Major, Op. 97, Archduke Play Play. The piece premiered on April 11, 1814 with Beethoven at the piano in what was his last public performance. The composer/pianist Ignaz Moscheles was present and wrote in his diary: "In the case of how many compositions is the word 'new' misapplied! But never in Beethoven's, and least of all in this, which is again full of originality. The Archduke Trio is at the pinnacle of what we refer to as mature Beethoven, or his middle period - together with such works as the 7th symphony and the last violin sonata Op. 96 in G Major.
This piano trio is commonly known as the Archduke Trio because of its dedication to Archduke Rudolph of Austria. It was completed in March 1811 but not premiered until three years later in Vienna due to Beethoven’s increasing deafness. It is divided into four movements: Allegro moderato. Allegro moderato – Presto. "Archduke" Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97" Track Info. Written By Ludwig van Beethoven. Release Date April 11, 1814. L. Ludwig van Beethoven. Archduke" Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97 Lyrics.
Cello – Pablo Casals Composed By – Ludwig Van Beethoven Piano – Mieczyslaw Horszowski Violin – Sándor Végh. On top right front cover gold sticker with "Live Recording Beethovenhaus, Bonn" "Compatible Stereo" on cover. Universal Use - STEREO can also be played MONO" on labels. on labels "Printed in . on rear cover Differs from Beethoven - Mieczyslaw Horszowski, Sándor Végh, Pablo Casals - Trio For Piano, Violin, And Cello No. 6 In B Flat Major Op. 97 "Archduke" on labels.
Leonid Kogan violin Rudolf Barshai viola Mstislav Rostropovich cello. Recorded Moscow, 1956 Transfer from Melodiya ND 03458-03459. HANDEL Violin Sonata in D, Op. 1, No. 13: 3rd mvt. - Largetto. Beethoven's Trio No. 1 for Violin, Viola, and Cello in E♭, op. 3, and his Archduke Trio, op. 97, are the two main events on these releases. All six movements of op. 3 are given equally robust and sensitive, beautifully intoned, and informed with both vitality and a particularly Russian brand of whimsy. For once this piece of youthful (ca. 1786) Beethoven is given its due. The Archduke Trio, in the hands of Gilels, Kogan, and Rostropovich, receives an arching, ruminative, and noble reading.