Hummel: Piano Trio no. 3 in F Op. 22 (ca. 1799)

• Piano, violin, violoncello. 15′

Edited by Dean Crocker, 2013

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To the best of my knowledge, this music is in the public domain in the United States of America. I can not guarantee it to be in the public domain elsewhere. This music is not intended for distribution in any jurisdiction where it is not in the public domain. If you live in an area where this music is still protected under your copyright law, please do not download it!

This edition is taken from a Chez Jouve (Paris) publication, ca. 1807

Johann Nepomuk Hummel , 1778/11/14 (Bratislava)‒1837/10/17 (Weimar). Famous pianist and improviser, composer of once popular pieces. Protégé of Mozart, assistant conductor to Haydn, studied with Albrechtsberger. Some have said the ornamentation and form of his music outweighs its matter and interest. Composed operas, canatas, ballets, masses, sonatas, concertos, chamber pieces and a notable piano-method.

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