On May 9, 1795, the publishing house Artaria placed an advertisement in the Wiener Zeitung announcing the publication of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Opus 1, a volume containing three piano trios: anyone interested could subscribe to the volume. Orders soon came pouring in, as music lovers knew the 24 year old Beethoven to be the eccentric, yet brilliant pianist who had come to the city from Bonn to study composition with Haydn.
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Jean Marie Geijsen
Muziekcentrum Frits Philips, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
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|Release Date||May 16, 2015|
“For some reason, I’ve really been enjoying chamber music the past few years and particularly piano trios. First heard this composition in 1981 and its been a favorite of mine ever since. This is youthful exuberant Beethoven and never fails to put me in a good mood.”
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