Piano Trio no. 1, Op. 32

Anton Arensky composed his Trio in D minor, Op. 32, in 1894. It was written in memory of Karl Davidov, a famous cellist and director of the St. Petersburg Conservatory. The whole work is in four movements, with the first movement built on three themes. The subsequent scherzi is the only movement in the major mode. Movement three, “Elegia,” is the most serious of the four. The finale opens with the most dramatic theme in the entire work, replacing the air of lamentation with a combative stance, but balanced by a reminiscence ... more

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Piano Trio no. 1, Op. 32 - Piano Score and Parts (Moscow: P. Jurgenson, Muzgiz)
Piano Trio no. 1, Op. 32 - Piano Score (London: Augener & Co.)
Piano Trio no. 1, Op. 32 - Violin Part (London: Augener & Co.)
Piano Trio no. 1, Op. 32 - Cello Part (London: Augener & Co.)
Piano Trio no. 1, Op. 32 - Piano Score (Leipzig: Bosworth & Co.)
Piano Trio no. 1, Op. 32 - Violin Part (Leipzig: Bosworth & Co.)
Piano Trio no. 1, Op. 32 - Cello Part (Leipzig: Bosworth & Co.)
Composer Form Instrument Period
Anton Arensky Trio Chamber group Romantic

Anton Arensky

Anton Stepanovich Arensky was a Russian composer of Romantic classical music, a pianist and a professor of music.