Beethoven: String Quartets opp.127, 130–3 & 135


A quotation from the Boston Globe on the back of this new set of the Tokyo Quartet’s Beethoven recordings comments that they are ‘both grounded and weightless, carved in granite and floating on air’. Certainly, we are spared an interpretation here that seeks to promote Beethoven as a modernist at ...

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