Brahms and Korngold
"Although Brahms lived in Vienna, his Piano Trio op. 87 – like other works – has no Viennese character. This is shown by the interpretation of the Feininger Trio, which, as a homogeneous and well-rehearsed trio, gives this work its specificity. A dark timbred sound, a well-balanced and at the same time quite virtuosic playing, as well as a good dialogue characterize the interpretation. On the other hand, the Feininger Trio gives the piano trio of the 13-year-old Erich Korngold its Viennese character and does justice to the mastery of the young genius."