ALEXANDER BORODIN (1833-1887) - STRING QUARTET No 1 STRING QUINTET - Kocian Quartet. Michal Kanka


ALEXANDER BORODIN (1833-1887) - STRING QUARTET No 1 STRING QUINTET - Kocian Quartet. Michal Kanka

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The composer of Prince Igor was the only member of the famous Group of Five to leave significant chamber music, made up of youthful scores reminiscent of Mendelssohn, such as the String Quintet in F minor, and two brilliant quartets, the powerful charm of the Nocturne of the 2nd Quartet too often resulting in the neglect of the Quartet No.1 in A, despite its being denser and more elaborate, with its irresistible Scherzo, so admired by Ravel and Stravinsky.

 


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