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Beethoven 'Rasumovsky' Quartets Opus 59 Nos. 2&3

ACD402
£14.99

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Title Beethoven 'Rasumovsky' Quartets Opus 59 Nos. 2&3
Catalogue Number ACD402
Barcode 9421000504021
Audio Samples String Quartet Op.59 no.3 IV. Allegro molto~ACD402_CD01_TK08.mp3|String Quartet Op.59 no.3 III. Menuetto~ACD402_CD01_TK07.mp3|String Quartet Op.59 no.3 II. Andante con moto~ACD402_CD01_TK06.mp3|String Quartet Op.59 no.3 I. Poco Adagio/Allegro~ACD402_CD01_TK05.mp3|String Quartet Op.52 no.2 IV. Finale-Presto~ACD402_CD01_TK04.mp3|String Quartet Op.52 no.2 III. Allegretto~ACD402_CD01_TK03.mp3|String Quartet Op.52 no.2 II. Molto Adagio~ACD402_CD01_TK02.mp3|String Quartet Op.52 no.2 I. Allegro~ACD402_CD01_TK01.mp3
Review

"New Zealand has a world-class string quartet, and with every recording they make they seem to grow in confidence and in the refinement of their interpretations the performances they present are detailed, involving and very impressive, and the recording captures every nuance without pushing the quartets sound image too far forward." (Robert Johnson)

"What is most striking about the New Zealand String Quartet is the sheer rightness of the playing and the superbly natural tempos...the overall sound is marvellously focussed, never harsh or strident...and it is undeniably exciting" John Button, Dominion Post, Wellington

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Beethoven 'Rasumovsky' Quartets Opus 59 Nos. 2&3

Reviews

"New Zealand has a world-class string quartet, and with every recording they make they seem to grow in confidence and in the refinement of their interpretations the performances they present are detailed, involving and very impressive, and the recording captures every nuance without pushing the quartets sound image too far forward." (Robert Johnson)

"What is most striking about the New Zealand String Quartet is the sheer rightness of the playing and the superbly natural tempos...the overall sound is marvellously focussed, never harsh or strident...and it is undeniably exciting" John Button, Dominion Post, Wellington