Shostakovich: Piano Trios Nos. 1 & 2; Seven Romances ()

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When the Beaux Arts Trio started life in 1955 in New York, its original members were Daniel Guilet, concertmaster of the NBC Symphony; Bernard Greenhouse, principal cello of the Columbia Symphony; and Menahem Pressler, an international piano virtuoso. When Guilet retired in 1969, the group added violinist Isidore Cohen from the Juilliard Quartet. This group's recordings of essentially the entire standard repertoire for piano trio made for Philips in the '70s and '80s established the Beaux Arts Trio with its full-bodied, big ...

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