Babadjanian’s Trio for violin, cello and piano (1953) expressively shares the deepness of its Armenian tones.
In Rachmaninoff’s Trio élégiaque No. 1 (1892), the slow and dismal atmosphere of the introduction gradually changes toward a wide range of musical colours.
Dvořák named his typically Slavonic Piano Trio No. 4 (1890-1891) “Dumky”. This work keeps switching mischievously from melancholy to sudden vividness.
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