Luigi Cherubini (1760-1840) · Giuseppe Maria Cambini (1746-1825ca.)

The renowned Trio Hegel, violin, viola and cello, in this CD is offering to us an extract of the chamber music prevalent in the salons and the courts from the end of the eighteenth century up to the mid/late nineteenth century.
The authors of these compositions – Cherubini and Cambini – were both of Tuscan origin, and both worked in Paris (Cherubini there was even director of the Conservatory from 1821) enjoying great fame.
The string trios here are compositions rich in nuances and gallantry (according to the taste of the time), always very well made; they represent a summary of what was the typical Parisian hausmusik, bringing the listener to the enchanting atmospheres of Paris in the late nineteenth century.


Luigi Cherubini (1760-1840)
Trio I in Sol Maggiore
1. Lent, Fugue. Allegro moderato 6:22

Trio II in Do Maggiore
2-4. Allegro moderato, Lent - Moderato - Fugue. Presto 9:27

Giuseppe Maria Cambini (1746-1825ca.)
Trio op. 2 n. 1 in Fa Maggiore
5-6. Allegro - Allegro brioso 13:12

Trio op. 2 n. 2 in Si bemolle Maggiore
7-8. Allegro - Allegretto cantabile e con grazia 15:48

Trio op. 2. n. 3 in Mi bemolle Maggiore
9-11. Allegro vivace - Adagio - Presto 19:19
  • Composer: Luigi Cherubini (1760-1840) · Giuseppe Maria Cambini (1746-1825ca.)
  • Performers: Trio Hegel
    David Scaroni, violin
    Davide Bravo, viola
    Andrea Marcolini, cello
  • Musicological Text: Giuseppe Fochesato
  • Historical Period: Classicism
  • Code: TC 740001
  • Edition: January 2016
  • Barcode: 8007194106428
  • Set: 1
  • Total tracks: 11
  • Total duration: 01:04:30
  • Notes: World Premiere Recording

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