Rembrandt Chamber Musicians: Trios from the Heart

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Rembrandt turns to works of great emotional power in Trios from the Heart. Janáček’s Sonata for violin and piano, composed on the eve of World War I, is marked by passionate emotional expression. After the score for Panufnik’s Piano Trio was destroyed during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944, the composer reconstructed it for post-war audiences, rescuing a work that critics called “full of great panache and lively temperament.”