# Composer: Franz Schubert
# Ensemble: Members of the Pro Arte Quartet
# Conductor: Artur Schnabel
# Vinyl (1935 / 1980)
# Number of Discs: 1
# Format: Flac
# DR Analysis: DR 14
# Label: Franklin Mint Record Society – Record 53 of 100
# Size: 379MB (24/96) + 170MB (16/44.1)
# Recovery: 5%
# Scan: yes
# Server: RS, FF
One of the things I really like about this Franklin Mint collection is that, not only does it include great sounding recordings/performances, but historical ones as well. This is one of the historical ones.
As always, if anyone has requests for other titles in this set, please add them to the comments.
From the booklet:
The reputation of Artur Schnabel (1882-1951) as a great master of piano literature included chamber music, in which he often collaborated with the outstanding Pro Arte Quartet, whose Belgian-born leader Alphonse Onnou (1893-1940) was also its founder. This collaboration resulted in the great performance of Schubert’s matchless “Trout,” recorded in 1935 and acclaimed throughout the world. In the years since its introduction, it has retained a lonely, unchallenged prominence.
01 – Allegro vivace
02 – Andante
07 – Scherzo: Presto & Trio
08 – Theme: Andantino & Variations
09 – Finale: Allegro giusto
Alfred Hobday – bass
You can see a listing of the entire Franklin Mint set here.
All vinyl is cleaned on a VPI 16.5
Technics SL1200-MK5 (modified)
– Rega RB300 arm with RB700 wiring
– Michell Tecnoweight
– SoundSupports armboard
– Trans-Fi Audio Reso-Mat
Shure V15VxMR (with Jico stylus)
SimAudio Moon 110LP preamp
Native Instruments Audio4DJ USB interface
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