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德佛札克/ 史麥塔納/ 蘇克: 鋼琴三重奏

德佛札克/ 史麥塔納/ 蘇克: 鋼琴三重奏

作者 : 西特寇維茲基三重奏

作者 : Sitkovetsky Trio

出版社 : HYPERION RECORDS

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At first glance, a disc combining works by Smetana and Dvo#ák would appear to be a very Czech
affair – after all, the two composers are among the first to be mentioned whenever nationalist
currents in 19th century music are discussed. But much of their chamber music had a more personal
slant, and this applies to the works presented here by the young Sitkovetsky Trio. Smetana wrote
his G minor trio in 1855, ‘in memory of my first child, Bed#i"ka, who enchanted us with her
extraordinary musical talent, and yet was snatched away from us by death, aged 4$ years’ – a
shattering event for the parents, and one that seem to reverberate through the entire work. Although
the background to Dvo#ák’s Trio Op. 65 is less well documented, it is known that at the time of its
composition (in early 1893), the composer was troubled by various events: the relative failure of his
opera Dimitrij’s première in October 1882, the death of his mother that December and the serious
health problems afflicting Smetana, his respected older colleague. Possibly this not only coloured his
mood, but also his ability to work at speed – in a letter he wrote: ‘For the past eight weeks I have
worked on nothing but this new Trio, which occupies my time so completely that I can hardly think of
or be aware of anything else.’ These two large-scale works are complemented here by the onemovement
Elegy, by Josef Suk, Dvo#ák’s student and later son-in-law. Composed in 1902 as a
memorial tribute for the author Julius Zeyer it was scored for violin, cello, string quartet, harp and
harmonium, but soon appeared in an arrangement for piano trio which is far better known than the
original. Formed in 2007, the Sitkovetsky Trio performs worldwide and has received numerous
awards and critical acclaim, but is here making its début on disc, in a programme perfectly suited to
the ensemble’s virtuosic and impassioned music-making.
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