Brahms It took Brahms two years to finish his Piano Trio No. 2 in C Major, but the slow going resulted in a grand work that Brahms himself introduced on piano. Here, the Scherzo movement is played by pianist Nicholas Angelich, with violinist Renaud Capucon and cellist Gautier Capucon.
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It took Brahms two years to finish his Piano Trio No. 2 in C Major, but the slow going resulted in a grand work that Brahms himself introduced on piano. Here, the Scherzo movement is played by pianist Nicholas Angelich, with violinist Renaud Capucon and cellist Gautier Capucon.