Rachmaninoff: Romance in A minor, String Quartets nos.1 & 2, Morceaux de salon op.6, Vocalise (arr. Press), Two Sacred Songs. Mussorgsky: Hopak (arr. Rachmaninoff)


Beyond the Cello Sonata of 1901, Rachmaninoff is hardly remembered for his chamber music. Here, though, is a collection bringing together some of the music he wrote for strings as a student and young man, forming part of Vladimir Ashkenazy’s long-term aim to record every note the composer wrote (hence, ...

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