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Stellar playing!

I have to agree that this is a most arresting and invigorating recording of schubert trios in recent memory. Still, it should be left for others express their admiration and not the artists themselves. If the last reviewer is indeed Mr Harrell one would expect him to give top marks regardless of how it was played. Mr Harrell, if it is really you, well done by you and all involved!

schubert trios

The best recording of all time of these two masterpieces. All three are in splendid form and the musical insights are profound. A great recording for the ages and desert islands!


Genre: Classical

Lynn Harrell's father was Mack Harrell, a popular bass-baritone of the Metropolitan Opera. His mother, Marjorie Fulton, was a professional violinist. At the age of six he studied piano but did not like the instrument. At the age of eight he decided to learn cello. He received initial lessons with Heinrich Joachim, a cellist in the New York Philharmonic. Mack Harrell retired from the Met and moved to Dallas, Texas when Lynn was 11. There Lynn found an excellent teacher, Lev Aronson, the first to recognize...
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Schubert: Piano Trios Nos. 1 & 2, Lynn Harrell
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Classical, Music
  • Released: Oct 13, 1997

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