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Ludwig Van Beethoven,Anton Dvorak,Giovanni Pierluigi Da Palestrina

Triple Forte

DVORAK PIANO TRIOS, Op. 65, 90 “Dumky”

  • Type CD
  • Label Atma Classique
  • UPC 0722056269124
  • Catalog number ACD 22691
  • Release date 17 April 2015
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This recording features Triple Forte in two carefully paired works by Dvořák: the Piano Trio No. 3, Op.65, and the Piano Trio No. 4, Op. 90, “Dumky”. They occupy significant places in the Czech master’s opus, each illustrating a distinct aspect of this great melodist’s vision and artistic inspiration.

Triple Forte brings together three of Canada’s most prominent soloists. Violinist Jasper Wood, cellist Yegor Dyachkov and pianist David Jalbert have joined forces to create a sought-after piano trio that has captured critics’ and audiences’ attention with their passion, intelligence and sensitivity, not to mention the sheer joy that they bring to the stage: “This was a splendid concert. I’d miss sunshine, football or Santa for music like this any day.” (The Globe and Mail).

Triple Forte’s first recording, released on ATMA in 2012, is dedicated to early 20th century masterpieces by Ravel, Shostakovitch and Ives and drew rave reviews: "Triple Forte, in musical terms, means as loud as possible, but this all-Canadian piano trio excels in fine nuance, not noise... Changing rhythmic and expressive gears with deceptive ease, Triple Forte entrances with their single-minded grace, finding sensible balance between musical muscle and subtle expression throughout." (Toronto Star)

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