The Ghost trio in D major for piano, violin and cello, is one of Beethoven’s best known works in the genre (rivaled only by the Archduke Trio). Because of its strangely scored and undeniably eerie-sounding slow movement, it was dubbed the Ghost Trio. The name has stuck with the work ever since. The ghostly music may have had its roots in sketches for a Macbeth opera that Beethoven was contemplating at the time. – Daniel Barenboim Wikipedia – Daniel Barenboim Website – Pinchas Zukerman Wikipedia – Jacqueline du Pré Wikipedia
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