Herzogenberg: String Quintet in C minor op.77, String Quartet no.1 in D minor op.18


Heinrich von Herzogenberg (1943–1900) modelled most of his chamber works on those of his close friend, Brahms, absorbing virtues such as their symphonic breadth, formal clarity, powerful rhetoric and intense harmonic language. The members of the Cologne-based Minguet Quartet give a committed and impassioned account of Herzogenberg’s First Quartet op.18. ...

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