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Haydn: Trios Hob. XV:1 , 12 & 27
Hummel: Trio #2 op.22
"Conversational and commited, Trio Chausson's Haydn moves from urgency to the more cheerful without for a moment letting up on their thrilling exploration of every line and theme. An outstanding disc." (Gramophone)
"The three musicians of the Trio Chausson breathe together, which creates a playful lightness, this airy and yet demanding trios by Haydn benefit from this. (... ) And in Johann Nepomuk Hummel’s well-known Rondo alla turca of the trio in F major, they are showing not claiming to present sensationalism and acceleration, but a sensitive disciplined, yet rampant interaction." (MDR Figaro online)
Chaminade: Trio #2 op.34 - Debussy: Trio -
Lenormand: Trio op. 30
"Rare early Debussy, the great but underrated Chaminade, the unjustly forgotten Lenormand: three French trios take us by surprise with the quality of their inventiveness and beauty. Superbly played." (BBC Music Magazine)
"Delicate yet precise, thrilling but warm, it's a CD which deserves to bring them further international recognition." CLASSIC FM
Chopin: Trio op.8 & Introduction et Polonaise brillante op.3 - Liszt: Tristia (Vallée d'Obermann)
Schubert: Trio #2, Quintette op.114 "la Truite"
Noriko Inoue, alto -
Pénélope Poincheval, contrebasse
Chausson: Trio op.3
Ravel: Trio

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