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Brahms: String Quartet No. 3, Op. 67 & Clarinet Quintet, Op. 115

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Catalogue number8573454
Release date2017-04-14
Orig. sample rate96000 Hz

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Brahms wrote his String Quartet in B flat major, Op. 67 in 1876 and its largely unclouded and cheerful qualities culminate in a theme and variations finale of exceptional imagination and mastery of form. His last chamber music was inspired by a great exponent of the clarinet, Richard Mühlfeld, for whom he wrote four works including the Clarinet Quintet. This dazzling masterpiece is notable not only for its underlying elegiac mood but for its thematic interrelation and the wide expressive range of the solo instrument. The first two String Quartets can be heard on 8573433 in performances described by ClassicsToday as “… passionate expressions of these scores.”
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  Composer: Brahms, Johannes
  String Quartet No. 3 in B-Flat Major, Op. 67 36:56
01 I. Vivace 10:37 $ 1.59 USD
02 II. Andante 07:53 $ 1.18 USD
03 III. Agitato (Allegretto non troppo) 08:03 $ 1.21 USD
04 IV. Poco allegretto con variazioni 10:23 $ 1.56 USD
  Composer: Brahms, Johannes
  Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115 39:09
05 I. Allegro 13:20 $ 2.00 USD
06 II. Adagio - Più lento 11:28 $ 1.72 USD
07 III. Andantino - Presto non assai, ma con sentimento 04:57 $ 0.74 USD
08 IV. Con moto 09:24 $ 1.41 USD
  Album total 76:05
ComposerBrahms, Johannes
EnsembleNew Zealand String Quartet
ClarinetCampbell, James

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