Played by Ronald Smith (Piano), James Clark (Violin), and Muray Welsh (Cello). I believe that this is the most accessible of the three chamber pieces by Alkan, because each movement is much shorter and overall less technically demanding on the performers than the violin or cello sonatas. However, the piano trio is not the slightest bit less charming. The actual title of this piece is "Piano Trio No. 1 in G Minor Op. 30", but there is currently no surviving score of a succeeding piano trio by Alkan. If Alkan ever did write any more, hopefully it/they will be found along with the lost B minor symphony and quintets/sextets!