Can one imagine a better teacher of chamber music composition than Joseph Haydn? The Austrian Joseph Pleyel assimilated his teacher’s skill so well that his galant and substantial Piano Trios in C major and F major were initially attributed to the great master (and assigned the catalogue numbers Hob. XV:3 and Hob. XV:4). Pleyel’s compositions enjoyed great popularity and found wide dissemination in his day. Alongside symphonies and string quartets, his nearly fifty piano trios are a particular high-point in his oeuvre. Our Urtext edition here presents two brilliant examples.