Audio Recordings Beaux Arts Trio
Articles and Essays with this item:
- Beaux Arts Trio
- Contributor Names
- Beaux Arts Trio (performer)
- Library of Congress. McKim Fund.
- Library of Congress. Music Division.
- Library of Congress. Recording Laboratory.
- Created / Published
- Library of Congress, Washington, D.C..
- - Cataloged from printed program.
- - Title from cover.
- - On cover: The McKim Fund in the Library of Congress.
- - Beaux Arts Trio (Menahem Pressler, piano; Daniel Hope, violin; Antonio Meneses, cello). (performer)
- - Concert given under the auspices of the McKim Fund, Library of Congress.
- - Produced by the Music Division and the Recording Laboratory of the Library of Congress.
- - Recorded in the Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., April 8-9, 2003. (venue)
- - Includes introductory remarks on the 3rd work by Daniel Hope.
- - Trio no. 2 for violin, cello, and piano, op. 77 : 2001 / Lowell Liebermann -- Trio in E-flat, no. 70, no. 2 / Ludwig van Beethoven -- Fiddle dreams / Paquito D'Rivera -- Trio no. 1 in D minor, op. 49 / Felix Mendelssohn. (contents)
- - All but Lowell Lieberman piece. (Extent)
- sound recording
- 4 sound tape reels : analog, 7.5 ips, 2 track, stereo. ; 10 in.
- Access Condition
- All but Lowell Lieberman piece.
- Other Formats
- - METSXML Record
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