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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandryka View Post
    9 , 10 and 12 -14 are all favourites of mine. Another thing I think you’ll enjoy (I do) is the op 77 double bass quintet.
    I second these recommendations.

    As I've said before., this set may be expensive but it's worth every penny. Superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merl View Post
    I second these recommendations.

    As I've said before., this set may be expensive but it's worth every penny. Superb.

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    I agree that the aet by the Panocha Quartet is excellent. The set by the Prague Quartet is also very good.
    The Zemlinsky Quartet has done a fine job with quite a few Dvorak String Quartets on SACD.

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