"... The Trio Paideia is a fine group. The clarinet of Hans Dietrich Klaus produces a nice, warm, and creamy tone, and his playing is replete with virtuosity in the finale of Berger. Claus Kanngiesser's cello tone is nicely focused, with the faultless intonation that brings much delight in the long solo section that opens the second movement of the Berger. With Nerine Barrett always taking care that the piano does not become the dominant instrument, the trio shapes and shades the music in a way that makes the most of its many felicities, the hushed momentshaving a considerably beauty of tone, all of it supported by reproduction that provides a very natural sound and balance, with the instruments placed some distance from the microphones toRead more provide a sense of space around the trio."<7em> David Denton in Fanfare
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Not what I thoughtJune 26, 2013By Carol A B. (Mansfield, OH)See All My Reviews"I bought this for the Kahn Serenade for Oboe, horn, & piano. That piece is on the CD but played by clarinet, cello, & piano."Report Abuse
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