ALEXANDER BORODIN (1833-1887) - STRING QUARTET No.2, PIANO QUINTET IN C MINOR, CELLO SONATA EN B MINOR - Prazak Quartet, Michal Kanka (violoncello) Jaromir Klepac (piano)


ALEXANDER BORODIN (1833-1887) - STRING QUARTET No.2, PIANO QUINTET IN C MINOR, CELLO SONATA EN B MINOR - Prazak Quartet, Michal Kanka (violoncello) Jaromir Klepac (piano)

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An amateur cellist, the composer of Prince Igor was the only one of the Group of Five to have written some ten chamber works for his personal pleasure in keeping with the laws of Germanic rhetoric - to Balakirev's great displeasure. One of them is a pure masterpiece: his Quartet in D, featuring an irresistible Nocturne, which has been played round the world in various arrangements.


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