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Beethoven, Schumann, Festival Quartet - Piano Quartets flac album
  • Performer Beethoven
  • Title Piano Quartets
  • Date of release 1959
  • Style Classical
  • Other formats AU RA AAC MPC MOD WMA AC3
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1184 mb
  • Size FLAC 1180 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
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Beethoven, Schumann, Festival Quartet ‎– Piano Quartets. Allegrop Ma Non Troppo. Robert Schumann Klavierquartett Es-Dur, O. 7. B1. atz: Sostenuto Assai - Allegro Ma Non Troppo.

The Piano Quartet in E flat major, Op. 47, by Robert Schumann was written in 1842. It has been described as the "creative double" of Schumann's Piano Quintet, also in E-flat major. It is one of the most frequently performed and recorded piano quartets in the standard repertoire. The work was composed in 1842, during Schumann's "Chamber Music Year. Prior to that year Schumann had completed no chamber music at all with the exception of an early piano quartet (in 1829).

Beethoven, Schumann, Festival Quartet ‎– Piano Quartets. Label: RCA Red Seal ‎– LM 2200. Composed By – Ludwig Van Beethoven (tracks: A1 to A3), Robert Schumann (tracks: B1 to B4). Ensemble – The Festival Quartet. Piano – Victor Babin. Viola – William Primrose. Violin – Szymon Goldberg.

Digital Booklet: Beethoven, Schumann: Piano Quartets (Remastered). The Schumann Piano Quartet similarly lies in the shadow of the more famous Piano Quintet (the same holds true, oddly, for works by Brahms and Dvorak), but there have been notable readings led by Rudolf Serkin and Glenn Gould, both on Sony. That testifies to the quality of the work, which is very high.

Beethoven, Schumann: Piano Quartets. Beethoven, Schumann: Piano Quartets. .

Titles are: BACH (Sarabande from the first French Suite) BACH (Loure from Third Suite for Cello) DITTERSDORF (Minuet from Quartet in E-Flat major) HAYDN (Adagio from Quartet in G Major) HAYDN (Minuet from Quartet in D minor) MOZART (Ave Verum Corpus) MOZART (Andante from Quartet No. 8) MENDELSSOHN (Intermezzo from. Song Without Words, No. 35. Mendelssohn. From the Album for the Young. Song, "To Sunshine," op. 36. Schumann.

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