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Barbican Piano Trio with James BoydTANEYEV

Barbican Piano Trio with James Boyd
TANEYEV

Piano Trio in D major op.22
Piano Quartet in E major op.20JB

Barbican Piano Trio:
Gabrielle Lester (violin)
Robert Max (cello)
James Kirby (piano)

with JBJames Boyd (viola)

Recorded at St George's, Brandon Hill, Bristol
2-4 August 2004

CDSA 6882

“... the Barbicans offer truly intimate, cohesive chamber music playing from an established group accustomed to matching one another's sounds. The Piano Quartet is a beautiful work that deserves to be heard: they do it proud.”
Jessica Duchen, Classic FM magazine, September 2005

CDSA 6882

Sergei Taneyev: Piano Trio & Quartet - Barbican Piano Trio

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