L.V. Beethoven: String Quartets Op.59 - Takacs Quartet (Decca 2002) 2 CDs

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L.V. Beethoven: String Quartets Op.59 - Takacs Quartet (Decca 2002) 2 CDs

L.V. Beethoven: String Quartets Op.59 - Takacs Quartet
APE 1411 kbps | 44100 HZ Stereo | 618 MB | Classical, String Quartets

Revolutionary chamber works.

If Beethoven's symphonies revolutionized the realm of orchestral music, his string quartets did no less to change the nature of chamber music. The string quartets of Mozart and Haydn, Beethoven's immediate predecessors, grew out of tradition of the divertimento, music intended for diversion or amusement and often played in the background. On the other hand, these three quartets, from Beethoven's so-called "middle period," are very serious affairs that command the listener's full attention. They have often been said to be symphonies in miniature, for Beethoven is able to coax as much emotion and sonority from four players as he is from a full orchestra. This recording demonstrates why Takács Quartet have emerged as today's leading interpreters of the Beethoven quartets. The playing is profound and technically impeccable, and the Takács make these quartets still sound fresh even after dozens of listenings.


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L.V. Beethoven: String Quartets Op.59 - Takacs Quartet (Decca 2002) 2 CDs