Even in the – for him – somewhat unusual genre of the flute trio, Joseph Haydn pulled out all the stops and composed works full of wit and refinement. Several sources indicate that Haydn had the cello and the lean sound of the fortepiano inmind as the ideal instrumentation. On their new recording, Annie Laflamme, Dorothea Schönwiese-Guschlbauer, and Richard Fuller display the delicate balance of sound to its best advantage on original instruments.
|Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)|
|Trio in D major for piano, flute and violoncello Hob. XV:16|
|2.||II||Andantino più tosto Allegretto||4:37|
|Trio in G major for piano, flute and violoncello Hob. XV:15|
|6.||III||Finale: Allegro moderato||5:01|
|Trio in F major for piano, flute and violoncello Hob. XV:17|
|8.||II||Finale: Tempo di Minuetto||6:44|