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NI 6279

Brahms - Three Piano Quartets

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Originally recorded in 1996

Artists:

The Schubert Ensemble



Venue:

St George's, Brandon Hill, Bristol



Producer:

Andrew Keener



Engineer:

John Timperley

(Piano Quartet No.3)

Tony Faulkner

(Piano Quartets Nos. 1 & 2)

Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Piano




Total Time - 125:07
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JOHANNES BRAHMS

 

Piano Quartet No.1 in G minor, Op.25

 
1 1 Allegro 14:12
2 2 Intermezzo: Allegro, ma non troppo 8:00
3 3 Andante con moto 10:03
4 4 Rondo alla Zingarese: Presto 8:39
   
 

Piano Quartet No.3 in C minor, Op.60

 
5 I Allegro non troppo 10:56
6 2 Scherzo: Allegro 4:14
7 3 Andante 9:33
8 4 Finale: Allegro comodo 10:56
   
 

Piano Quartet No.2 in A major, Op.26

 
9 I Allegro non troppo 15:47
10 2 Poco adagio 11:35
11 3 Scherzo: Poco Allegro 11:06
12 4 Finale: Allegro 10:06
  TT 125:07      
   
   
  (Piano Quartet No.1), 2-4 April 1996; (Piano Quartet No.2) 23-25 February 1998 and (Piano Quartet No.3) 2-4 July 1997  


 Founded in 1983, the Schubert Ensemble is firmly established as one of the world’s leading exponents of chamber music for piano and strings. Giving more than fifty concerts a year, the Ensemble has visited more than forty different countries, most recently having performed in Bermuda, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Romania, Italy and the USA and also made its first tour of China. In 1998, in recognition of its contribution to British musical life, it received the Best Chamber Ensemble Award from the Royal Philharmonic Society, being short-listed again in 2010. It has appeared on TV and radio in many countries and is heard regularly on BBC Radio 3.

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