Schubert: Quintet for Piano, Violin, Viola, Violoncello and Double-Bass (Trout Quintet) – Sir Clifford Curzon and Members of the Vienna Octet
This performance has been much admired by critics since its arrival nearly 30 years ago. An English pianist and Viennese chamber ensemble make the most of Schubert’s melodies and rapid changes of harmonic color. The sound quality of the record is like having the musicians in for an evening of music in your house. Recorded in Nov. 1957. John Culshaw, producer; James Brown, engineer. Rated 18/20 in London Blueback Guide.
|1||First Movement: Allegro Vivace|
|2||Second Movement: Andante|
|1||Third Movement: Scherzo (Presto)|
|2||Fourth Movement: Theme And Variations (Andantino)|
|3||Fifth Movement: Allegro Giusto|