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Described by Gramophone as 'an album of joyous, imaginative music-making that whets the appetite for future instalments', the first volume of the Trio Gaspard's Haydn cycle was enthusiastically received by buyers and critics alike. As with that first volume, the Trio have designed a programme that works in it's own right, and features trios from all periods of Haydn's career. Three later works (nos. 33, 35 and 45) were all composed in 1794/5 contrast with the early trio no. 7 from 1760, whilst the trio no. 21 comes from the composer's middle period, composed in 1784/5. The Gaspard choose to end the programme with another contemporary work reflective of the programme - in this instance For Gaspard by cellist-composer Leonid Gorokhov. Composed in two movements (as were several of Haydn's trios) Hidden D (a play on words for the 'Haydn D' cello concerto) reworks numerous themes from that piece, among many others!