Schumann: String Quartets op.41 nos.1–3


Although I have become wedded to the Zehetmair Quartet’s pungent and questioning approach to Schumann’s First and Third quartets on ECM, recordings such as this from the Doric Quartet, which offers a more conventional approach, are most welcome. The performances are not without expressive freedom, as we find in the ...

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