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Mendelssohn’s trios have appeared frequently on record, with no shortage of versions at various octane levels. The Goulds have a generous, warm-hued view, finding a rich, golden sound with no want of fire or gossamer lightness when required. Easily outshining the trio’s 2000 Naxos recording, and benefiting from additional items for piano and cello, this is an obvious recommendation – especially at mid-price.

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