Ehnes Quartet - Beethoven: Str Qrt No. 13 Op. 130 Grosse Fuge Op. | RECORD STORE DAY

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Beethoven: Str Qrt No. 13 Op. 130 Grosse Fuge Op.
Artist: Ehnes Quartet
Format: CD

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Label: ONYX CLASSICS
Rel. Date: 05/28/2021
UPC: 880040419921

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DISC: 1

1. Beethoven: String Quartet No.13 in B-Flat Major Op.130 - I. Adagio Ma Non Troppo - Allegro
2. Beethoven: String Quartet No.13 in B-Flat Major Op.130 - II. Presto
3. Beethoven: String Quartet No.13 in B-Flat Major Op.130 - III. Andante Con Moto, Ma Non Troppo. Poco Scherzoso
4. Beethoven: String Quartet No.13 in B-Flat Major Op.130 - IV. Alla Danza Tedesca: Allegro Assai
5. Beethoven: String Quartet No.13 in B-Flat Major Op.130 - V. Cavatina. Adagio Molto Espressivo
6. Beethoven: String Quartet No.13 in B-Flat Major Op.130 - VI. Finale. Allegro
7. Beethoven: Grosse Fuge Op.133

More Info:

Like many musical projects planned for 2020, the plans of the Ehnes Quartet to record Beethoven's late quartets underwent a drastic revision. Rather than cancel the project, some ingenious technology was employed. They were able to record in the USA with producer Simon Kiln monitoring the sessions in real time from London. A fortunate benefit of not traveling overseas was that the scheduled travel days became additional recording days, allowing them to record all of Beethoven's string quartets from Op.74 onwards. The four albums made during this intense two-week period will be treasured reminders for the quartet of a brief, bucolic window of artistic fulfilment during a terribly challenging period for the world.