Three Concert Trios, Op 73, for flute, violin, and cello
Pleyel was a prolific composer, and enjoyed great popularity in his own time. Perhaps Pleyel’s reputation rested at least in part on the undemanding character of his music.
“What composer ever created more of a craze than Pleyel? Who enjoyed a more universal reputation or a more absolute domination of the field of instrumental music? Over more than twenty years, there was no amateur or professional musician who did not delight in his genius.” Fetis, Biographie Universelle (1835-1844).