Trio Solisti takes the listener into the studio watching how each interprets Beethoven's compositions of the "Ghost" and the "Archduke" to the stage performance. The listener becomes very aware that yes Beethoven composed the music but there is always room for interpretation. The Archduke set the standard that a piano trio was a viable musical art form by writing the music equally for all three instruments. It has a wide range of emotional impact that is intense much as Beethoven the man. The "Ghost" is another example of Beethoven's believe that there was a place for a cohesive ensemble and still have three individual soloists. This piece ends on an "other worldly" sound showing the greatness and versatility of Beethoven. Please listen to the Preview Clip.