Mendelssohn: Octet in E flat major op.20, String Symphony no.10 in B minor


I suspect the Mendelssohn Octet is a repertoire piece for London Concertante. At any rate, the players handle all its aspects with aplomb and I enjoyed their reading very much. What is more, they are excellently recorded, right down to the second cello.To this brilliantly youthful work they bring exactly ...

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