Trios

August 19, 2006 at 05:50 AM · Hey guys,

I was wondering if any of you could recommend any trios that have easy piano parts. I have two cousins living in my area, one who's 26 and plays the cello (he played for U of Illinois), and another who's 8 and played piano for two years. The difficulty of the cello & violin part does not matter so much, but something that would take it easy on the piano would be great. I would love to play the beautiful Mendelssohn trios, especially the 2nd movement of op.49 like on Julia Fischer's site, but the piano part is just too difficult. Any recommendations?

Thanks,

Daniel H

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August 19, 2006 at 08:07 PM · read through a mozart trio. hopefully your keyboard player can handle that level of virtuosity, and the musicality of mozart's trios is stunning.

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