Trio Wanderer
Brahms: brilliant first

"Even more so than in previous recordings, the trio combines tonal delicacy with expressiveness and emotional urgency," was Marcus Stäbler's verdict in FonoForum on the Trio Wanderer's Schumann album, which also includes his important first piano trio of 1847. The musicians juxtapose this with the Trio op. 8 by Brahms – not in the familiar late version from 1889, but in the rapturous original version with which the young North German impressed the Schumanns in 1854. In between, the much too early deceased Lili Boulanger, a composer who could have become one of the most important French voices of the 20th century, has her say.

The concert will be recorded by SWR Kultur and broadcast on April 2 at 1:05 p.m. as an SWR2 lunchtime concert.

Trio Wanderer

Vincent Coq

Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian

Raphaël Pidoux

Robert Schumann
Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor op. 63

Lili Boulanger
D'un soir triste and D'un matin de printemps

Johannes Brahms
Piano Trio No. 1 in B major op. 8

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