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Bohuslav Martinů, Foerster Trio - Piano Trio No. 3 ● Bergerettes FLAC album

Performer: Bohuslav Martinů
Genre: Classical music
Title: Piano Trio No. 3 ● Bergerettes
Country: Czechoslovakia
Released: 1967
Style: Modern
FLAC version ZIP size: 1775 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1629 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1603 mb
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Bohuslav Martinu, Smetana Trio. Bohuslav Martinu, Smetana Trio - Piano No. 3 in C Major, H. 332: III. Allegro 06:23. Bohuslav Martinu, Smetana Trio - Bergerettes, H. 275: I. Poco allegro - Poco meno mosso 04:17. 275: II. Allegro con brio - Poco meno mosso 04:27. 275: III. Andantino - Moderato 04:49. 275: IV. Allegro 02:25. 275: V. Moderato - Poco allegretto 06:06.

Piano Trio No. 3, Bergerettes (Foerster Trio). Cover, Media grading. Composed By. Bohuslav Martinů. 3 in F minor (once listed as Op. 64), O. 5/B. Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor ("Dumky"), O. 0/B. Piano Trio in F minor (1872). Josef Bohuslav Foerster. 1 in F minor, Op. 8. 2 in B♭ major, Op. 38. 3 in A minor, Op. 105. Arthur Foote. 1 ("Cinq pièces brèves"), H. 193. 2 in D minor, H. 327. 332. Five Bergerettes for piano trio, H. 275. Giuseppe Martucci. 1 in C major, Op.

This new release presents the complete piano trios of Bohuslav Martinu (1890-1959). The piano trios span two decades of Martinus life, and his compositional evolution can be seen as the pieces progress. The Smetana Trio, which consists of pianist Jitka Cechova, violinist Jiri Vodicka, and cellist Jan Palenicek, performs these works brilliantly. This item: Bohuslav Martinu: The Complete Piano Trios.

Instrument: Piano Trio. Select a performer for this work. Martinů Piano Trio N. in C, . 32. Turina Circulo, for piano trio, O. 1. Tailleferre Piano Trio (based on earlier Piano Trio). Shostakovich Piano Trio N. in C-, O. Naxos featured album.

Two of the Bohuslav Martinu piano trios recorded here were written in France, and two in the . where Martinu was, among other things, a teacher of Burt Bacharach). The must-have item here is the Bergerettes, H 275, of 1939, a set of five short dances that beautifully integrate da capo-form, Baroque dances with Czech folk rhythm and tonality. Sample the subtle mode mixture of the third "Bergerette, Andantino" (track 6), The Piano Trio No. 1 of 1930 is a fine specimen of inter-war chamber music, with an edgy harmonic idiom and hints of jazz.


Piano Trio No. 3 In C Major
A1 I. Allegro Moderato
A2 II. Andante
A3 III. Allegro
Bergerettes (Piano Trio)
B1 I. Poco Allegro
B2 II. Allegro Con Brio
B3 III. Andantino
B4 IV. Allegro
B5 V. Moderato


  • Cello – Václav Jírovec
  • Composed By – Bohuslav Martinů
  • Cover – Jan Zrzavý
  • Engineer – Ing. Platz*
  • Ensemble – Foerster Trio
  • Graphics – Ivo Holý
  • Piano – Aleš Bílek
  • Sleeve Notes – Miloš Šafránek
  • Supervised By – Miloslav Kuba
  • Violin – František Pospíšil


Released in a 'flipback' cover.

Originally released in 1965.

Small golden “Stereo” sticker over catalog number on front cover.
Also released in mono as SUA 10698.
Uncredited: PZO Artia export release

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side A): E 597/M B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side B): E 598/A B
  • Other (Manufacturing date code): 67 1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SUA ST 50698 Bohuslav Martinů, Foerster Trio Bohuslav Martinů, Foerster Trio - Piano Trio No. 3 ● Bergerettes ‎(LP) Supraphon SUA ST 50698 Czechoslovakia 1965
SUA 10698, СУА 10698 Bohuslav Martinů, Foerster Trio Bohuslav Martinů, Foerster Trio - Piano Trio No. 3 / Bergerettes ‎(LP, Mono, RP) Supraphon, Supraphon SUA 10698, СУА 10698 Czechoslovakia 1967
SUA ST 50698, 50698 Bohuslav Martinů, Foerster Trio Bohuslav Martinů, Foerster Trio - Piano Trio No. 3 ● Bergerettes ‎(LP, RP) Supraphon, Supraphon SUA ST 50698, 50698 Czechoslovakia 1984