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The Long Ear

The Busch Trio continues it's Schubertian explorations in two works brimming with melodic invention and nostalgia: the Trio in B flat and the famous 'Trout' Quintet in A major. But to those who see Schubert as the embodiment of the gemütlich (cosy) face of Vienna, his output, and especially his chamber music, responds with a spirituality, an intensity and sometimes even a fury that are far removed from the atmosphere of the 'Schubertiad'. Despite the 'effortless musicianship' (The Times) and great emotional sensitivity ascribed to the Busch Trio by the press and their loyal fans, these three musicians are guided by the head as much as the heart when playing music, being very much aware of what they are doing. 'The more you know, the more freedom you feel' is one of the key maxims of the ensemble.
The Busch Trio continues it's Schubertian explorations in two works brimming with melodic invention and nostalgia: the Trio in B flat and the famous 'Trout' Quintet in A major. But to those who see Schubert as the embodiment of the gemütlich (cosy) face of Vienna, his output, and especially his chamber music, responds with a spirituality, an intensity and sometimes even a fury that are far removed from the atmosphere of the 'Schubertiad'. Despite the 'effortless musicianship' (The Times) and great emotional sensitivity ascribed to the Busch Trio by the press and their loyal fans, these three musicians are guided by the head as much as the heart when playing music, being very much aware of what they are doing. 'The more you know, the more freedom you feel' is one of the key maxims of the ensemble.
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Format: CD
Label: ALPHA
Rel. Date: 10/28/2022
UPC: 3760014198847

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The Busch Trio continues it's Schubertian explorations in two works brimming with melodic invention and nostalgia: the Trio in B flat and the famous 'Trout' Quintet in A major. But to those who see Schubert as the embodiment of the gemütlich (cosy) face of Vienna, his output, and especially his chamber music, responds with a spirituality, an intensity and sometimes even a fury that are far removed from the atmosphere of the 'Schubertiad'. Despite the 'effortless musicianship' (The Times) and great emotional sensitivity ascribed to the Busch Trio by the press and their loyal fans, these three musicians are guided by the head as much as the heart when playing music, being very much aware of what they are doing. 'The more you know, the more freedom you feel' is one of the key maxims of the ensemble.
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