List of Compositions for Piano Trio

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Violin, Continuo

Bach, Johann Sebastian

Corelli, Arcangelo

Violin, Violoncello, Piano

Erlebach, Philipp Heinrich

Gyrowetz, Adalbert

Hartmann, Emil

Hartmann, J. P. E.

Heine, Axel

Henriques, Fini

Hensel, Fanny

Henselt, Adolf von

Hofmann, Heinrich

Jadassohn, Salomon

Jongen, Joseph

Juon, Paul

Kahn, Robert

Kalkbrenner, Friedrich Wilhelm

Kiel, Friedrich

Korngold, Erich Wolfgang

Krehl, Stephan

Krommer, Franz Vincenz

Kryzhanovsky, Ivan Ivanovich

Lacombe, Louis

Lange-Müller, Peter Erasmus

Lekeu, Guillaume

Lemoyne, Gabriel

Lenormand, René

Litolff, Henry Charles

Magnard, Albéric

Malling, Otto

Mayseder, Joseph

Meglio, Vincenzo de

Meynne, Guillaume

Naumann, Carl Ernst

Novák, Vítězslav

Paër, Fernando

Pfeiffer, Georges Jean

Pierné, Gabriel

Pixis, Johann Peter

Radecke, Robert

Rasetti, Amedeo

Ravel, Maurice

Reissiger, Carl Gottlieb

Ropartz, Guy

Rubinstein, Anton

Scharwenka, Xaver

Schubert, Franz

Schütt, Eduard

Scriabin, Aleksandr

Scriabin, Aleksandr

Svendsen, Johan

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr

Thieriot, Ferdinand

Thomson, John

Turina, Joaquín

Vilbac, Renaud de

Ferroni, Vincenzo

Classical Period

Abel, Carl

Beethoven, Ludwig van

Benincori, Angelo

Czerny, Carl

Dussek, Jan Ladislav

Ferdinand, Prince Louis of Prussia

Francœur, François

Gelinek, Joseph

Haydn, Joseph

Hermann, Friedrich

Himmel, Friedrich

Hummel, Johann Nepomuk

Kalliwoda, Johann

Koželuh, Leopold

Krommer, Franz Vincenz

Loewe, Johann Heinrich

Louis Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Reicha, Anton

Rinck, Christian Heinrich

Youferoff, Serge

Weber, F.

Woelfl, Joseph

Romantic Period

Alkan, Charles-Valentin

Allen, Paul Hastings

Altès, Ernest Eugène

Amberg, Johan

Arensky, Anton

Bargiel, Woldemar

Barnekow, Christian

Bastard, William

Becker, Albert

Bendel, Franz

Bendix, Victor

Berens, Hermann

Beriot, Charles de

Bernard, Émile

Bertini, Henri

Bizet, Georges

Blanc, Adolphe

Bohlmann, Georg Carl

Bohm, Carl

Boieldieu, François Adrien

Boisdeffre, René de

Bossi, Marco Enrico

Bourgeois, Émile

Brahms, Johannes

Breton, Tomas

Broustet, Édouard

Bruch, Max

Brüll, Ignaz

Burger, Max

Busch, Adolf

Castillon, Alexis de

Carreño, Maria Teresa

Catoire, Georgy

Chaminade, Cécile

Chapuis, Auguste

Chausson, Ernest

Chopin, Frédéric

Chován, Coloman

Chvála, Emanuel

Cui, César

Czerny, Carl

Czibulka, Alphons

d'Indy, Vincent

Dancla, Charles

David, Felicien

Depas, Ernest

Diémer, Louis

Dubois, Théodore

Dumonchau, Charles-François

Duvernoy, Victor Alphonse

Dvořák, Antonín

Dyck, Vladimir

Fairchild, Blair

Fauré, Gabriel

Fesca, Alexander

Fibich, Zdeněk

Foote, Arthur

Fourdrain, Félix

Franck, César

Frugatta, Giuseppe

Fuchs, Robert

Fuchs, Oscar

Gade, Niels

Georges, Alexandre

Gernsheim, Friedrich

Geyer, Flodoard

Glass, Louis

Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich

Godard, Benjamin Louis Paul

Godard, Charles (aka. Behr, Franz)

Goedicke, Alexander Fyodorovich

Goetz, Hermann Gustav

Goldmark, Karl

Goossens, Eugene

Gouvy, Louis

Grädener, Hermann

Grechaninov, Aleksandr

Grieg, Edvard

Grosjean, Claude

Grünbaum, W.

Grützmacher, Friedrich

Jensen, Gustav

Jongen, Joseph

Heise, Peter

Herzogenberg, Heinrich von

Huber, Hans

Kaiser, Henri

Kalkbrenner, Friedrich Wilhelm

Kefer, Louis

Kiel, Friedrich

Kirchner, Theodor Fürchtegott

Kontski, Anton de

Kreutzer, Léon

Kücken, Friedrich Wilhelm

Lalo, Edouard

Lazarus, Gustav

Lazzari, Raffaello

Leukeu, Guillaume - Piano Trio

Lewandowsky, Max

Louis, N

Lowtsky, Hermann

Luzzatto, Fortunato

Martucci, Giuseppe

Masson, Fernand

Mathias, Georges

Matthison-Hansen, Gottfred

Matthison-Hansen, Waage

Mayseder

Mélant, Charles

Mendelssohn, Felix

Mikorey, Franz

Moor, Karel

Moszkowski, Moritz

Navrátil, Karel

Oechsner, Andreas Johann Lorenz

O'Neill, Norman

Onslow, Georges

Parker, Horatio

Parry, Charles Hubert Hastings

Pessard, Émile

Pixis, Johann Peter

Planchet, Dominique Charles

Pleyel, Ignace Joseph

Proch, Heinrich

Rachmaninoff, Sergei

Raff, Joseph Joachim

Ratez, Emile Pierre

Reber, Napoléon Henri

Reger, Max

Reinecke, Carl

Reuchsel, Amédée

Rheinberger, Josef Gabriel

Ries, Ferdinand

Roussel, Albert

Royer, Étienne

Różycki, Ludomir

Saint-Saëns, Camille


Samson, Ludwig

Sarreau, Gaston

Scheinpflug, Paul

Scholz, Bernhard

Schubert, Franz

Schumann, Clara

Schumann, Robert

Schütt, Eduard

Schvartz, Émile

Simon, Anton

Sinding, Christian

Spohr, Louis

Stanford, Charles

Stephens, Charles Edward

Steveniers, Jacques

Strelezki, Anton

Suk, Josef

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr

Thomassin, Désiré

Thomé, Francis

Volkmann, Robert

Vreuls, Victor

Weber, Carl Maria von

Widor, Charles-Marie

Wieniawski, Józef

Winge, Per

Wolf-Ferrari, Ermanno

Modern Period

Baton, René

Bjuhr, Peter

Bohnke, Emil

Boulnois, Joseph

Boulnois, Joseph

Cellitti, Venanzio

Chapuis, Auguste

Cras, Jean

Delcroix, Léon

Delmas, Marc

Doyen, Albert

Gazzaneo, Paulo

Huré, Jean

Jongen, Joseph'

Noren, Heinrich Gottlieb

Plante, Cyril

Rhené-Baton, Emmanuel

Winkler, Alexandre

Zemlinsky, Alexander von

Violin, Viola, Piano

Fuchs, Robert

Koessler, Hans

Naumann, Carl Ernst

Reger, Max

Zellner, Julius

  • Piano Trio No.3, Op.46 (exists in vn/va/pno and vn/vc/pno versions, but the latter seems to be an alternative)

Piano and Winds

Piano, Clarinet, Violoncello

See List of Compositions Featuring the Clarinet

Piano, Flute, Bassoon

Beethoven, Ludwig van

Piano Trio (Vln, Vc, Pno) plus Voice

Beethoven, Ludwig van

Handel, George Frideric

Küssner, Albert

La Villa, Paolo

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