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Schubert: Late String Quartets. G Major & C Minor 'Quartettsatz'

The Fitzwilliam String Quartet give a revelatory recording on period instruments of Schubert’s String Quartet in G major, D. 887. 

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    Shostakovich: Last Three String Quartets; 50th Anniversary Recording

    The Fitzwilliam String Quartet celebrates a remarkable milestone with this special fiftieth anniversary recording of Shostakovich’s last three string quartets.

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      Bruckner: Quintet & Quartet

      A historically informed performance of Bruckner's String Quintet with violist James Boyd.

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        Brahms: String Quartets & Piano Quintet

        More than twelve years after its initial incursion into the music of Brahms, the Belcea Quartet now presents the eagerly awaited complete recording of his string quartets.

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          Haydn: String Quartets Op. 74 - Folk Music from Scotland

          Following the exceptional success of its debut album the Maxwell Quartet returns with its second recording of Haydn. The intriguing juxtaposition of Haydn string quartets with traditional Scottish folk music once again forms the basis of the programme.

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            Janáček & Ligeti: Quartets

            The Belcea Quartet already has an impressive discography to which they add three quartets by two iconic composers of the 20th century: Leos Janáček and György Ligeti.

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              Haydn: String Quartets Op. 71

              The Maxwell's debut stands out for its innovative approach to Haydn’s Op. 71 quartets.

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                Fitzwilliam String Quartet

                The original members of the Fitzwilliam String Quartet (FSQ) first sat down together in October 1968 – making it now one of the longest established string quartets in the world, and possibly unique in having passed a half-century with an original player still on board!

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                  Mozart: String Quartets No.16 & 19

                  This programme combines an impish divertimento by the youthful Mozart of 1772 with two mature quartets composed around 1782.

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                    John Hadfield's Paris Quartet

                    Rooted in the values and approaches of jazz, John Hadfield's Paris Quartet offers a fresh musical view of the French capital.