Thursday, 14 January 2010

Wind Trios (Haydn, Triebensee, Went, Beethoven, Wranitzky) - Novak Trio

Wind Trios: Haydn, Triebensee, Went, Beethoven, Wranitzky
(Treasures from the Český Krumlov Castle)

Novák Trio:
Gabriela Krčková (oboe), Štěpán Koutník (clarinet), Vladimír Lejčko (bassoon)

Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
Divertimento in G (originally for viola, violin and cello)

Josef Triebensee (1772-1846)
Trio in F

Jan/Johann Nepomuk Went (1745-1801)
Trio in B flat

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Trio in C, Op. 87

Anton Vranický/Wranitzky (1761-1820)
Trio in C

Except for Haydn's divertimento, all trios were originally written for two oboes and English horn and are being played here on oboe, clarinet and bassoon in arrangements by Vladimir Lejčko.

Recorded in 1995
CD out of print


  1. Great! I'm looking forward listening to this treat. Very appreciated!

  2. Thank you for this interesting post.

  3. Thank you for this, I'm looking for Spohr Piano Quintett in C minor (piano, oboe, clarinet, horn & bassoon). Did you have it? Can you share it? Thank you in advance.

  4. I only know of one that has a flute rather than an oboe in it. It's downloadable for £2.76 from here: (it's the first four tracks on the CD).
    In case that doesn't work for you, here's an alternative (it's from a different music d/l site and possibly not in the same quality as on amz):

  5. Thank you very much for this!!! Was exactly the work I was looking for!! I was wrong, the work is for piano, flute, clarinet, horn & bassoon.
    Is a lovely work, it must be more famous, more recorded, specially the "Menuetto - Allegretto" is a jewel. Thank you again. Pablo.

  6. Thanks a lot for sharing this beautiful music. As sonn as I learn how to upload and other things I will be able to share too. By the way, perhaps you have Mendelssohn's trios for piano, violin and cello?. Thank you again.

  7. There is no composer by the name of "Vent". All his life he signed himself Johann Nepomuk WENT!

    1. The name Went is written in old Czech grammar (or in German language) In new Czech grammar is Vent.
      Jan Nepomuk Vent (27. June 1745 Divice, Bohemia – 3. July 1801 Vienna) was Czech violinist, oboist and composer.

  8. I suggest to tell that to Supraphon. ;)