Schubert Piano Trio in E-flat major, D. 929

Franz Schubert's Trio no. 2 in E flat major for piano, violin, and violoncello, was one of his last compositions. It was finished in 1827, and published the following year as Op. 100, shortly before the composer's death. The first performance, in early 1828, was given by Carl Maria von Bocklet on the piano, Ignaz Schuppanzigh playing the violin, and Josef Linke playing cello. It was one of the last peformances the composer heard of his own music. As with many other works by Schubert, this trio is not only referred to by its opus number, but also by its number in the Schubert Thematic Catalogue, which is D. 929. A standard performance lasts around 50 minutes, making it significantly longer than most piano trios at the time.

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Piano Trio in E flat major, D. 929 - I. Allegro
Piano Trio in E flat major, D. 929 - II. Andante con moto
Piano Trio in E flat major, D. 929 - III. Scherzando, allegro moderato
Piano Trio in E flat major, D. 929 - IV. Allegro moderato

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