Beethoven: String Quartets in E flat major op.74 & F minor op.95


This is the third instalment in the Tokyo Quartet’s complete Beethoven quartet cycle, and heady stuff it is. The op.74 Quartet is often seen as a gentle work, coming amid the might and severity of its neighbours. For the Tokyo Quartet it is a red-blooded piece, with a strong narrative ...

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