Beethoven: String Quartet in C major op.59 no.3 (Rasumovsky), String Quintet in C major op.29


Beethoven in C major? The key may be the same but the works inhabit quite different planes, both effortlessly reached by this amazing dynastic Kuijken group. We have been hearing Sigiswald (violin) and Wieland (cello) in a quartet for years; but more recently they have formed a family group with ...

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