Andrew Litton, conductor
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Andrew Litton, better known as a conductor, happens to be a first-rate pianist. He is the anchor in a performance of the Brahms Trio that is at once poetic and ebullient, mournful and rollicking. It would be easy for musicians to take such a familiar piece for granted, but not these players. They illuminate the work's varied moods through subtle shadings and supple phrasing, and they give the last movement's hunting activity a joyous ride. Inspired, really. Brahms Trio in E-Flat Major

— Donald Rosenberg, Gramophone

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