Composed By – Johannes Brahms. Engineer – Heinz Wildhagen. Producer, Recording Supervisor – Hans Ritter (tracks: A1 to A4), Wolfgang Lohse (tracks: B1 to B4). Sleeve Notes – Heinz Becker (3). Notes. Cat on front sleeve: 139 398 SLPM Cat on labels & back sleeve: 139 398 Cat on spine: SLPM 139 398. Sleeve notes in German, English and French.
Christoph Eschenbach, Karl Leister, Gerd Seifert.
Brahms - Trios - Horn o. 0, Clarinet o. 14 - Georg Donderer Violon Cello, Eduard Drolc Violin, Christoph Eschenbach Piano, Karl Leister Clarinet, Gerd Seifert Horn & 3 Piano Trios o., o. 7, o. 01 - Trio di Trieste (Dario de Rosa, Renato Zanettovich, amadeo Baldovino), DGG 2733 006, Box 3Lp Privilege, 1966 (o. 01),.
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Christoph Eschenbach, Piano; Gerd Seifert, Horn; Karl Leister, Clarinet; Eduard Drolc, Violin; Georg Donderer, Cello. Winner Edison And Grand Prix Du Disque Awards. Artist: Brahms, Christoph Eschenbach, Gerd Seifert, Eduard Drolc, George Donderer Title: Horn trio Op. 40, Clarinet Trio p. 114 Genre: Classical Type: New - LP Label: Deutsche Grammophon Catalog ID: 139 398 Country: Germany Our ID: 140731. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group. Brahms: Clarinet Trio in A minor, O. 14 - 2. Adagio · Christoph Eschenbach · Karl Leister · Georg Donderer. Brahms: Horntrio; Klarinettentrio. 1968 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin. Released on: 1969-02-01. Auto-generated by YouTube.
LyricsClarinet Trio in A minor. ohannes Brahms, Karl Leister, Georg Donderer. Download now. English.
The Horn Trio in E♭ major, Op. 40, by Johannes Brahms is a chamber piece in four movements written for natural horn, violin, and piano. Composed in 1865, the work commemorates the death of Brahms's mother, Christiane, earlier that year. However, it draws on a theme which Brahms had composed twelve years previously but did not publish at the time. The work was first performed in Zurich on November 28, 1865, and was published a year later in November 1866.