A late-18th-century music theorist described F-sharp minor as a "gloomy key which tugs at passion like a dog biting a dress." So why does Haydn's only piano trio in F-sharp minor sound so … well, so playful?
The Regional Spotlight this week features the Morgenstern Trio from a performance at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth. (Fifi! Get down!)