MUSIC JOURNAL,

January 1971.

These two early 19th century trios are both seldom - performed works which are most pleasant to listen to and enjoy. The Weber work perhaps has more musical substance but both trios are well written for the three instruments demanding virtuoso ability and musical approach. The Pittsburgh Trio is more than equal to these challenges playing with technical perfection and musical understanding. The sound is good and the balance between these three totally different instruments is acceptable.

By George Koutzen