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  1. Blog
    From Edition Silvertust.... "His First String Quartet dates from the mid 1870's and bears the subtitle "Suggested by a theme of Beethoven." Though Borodin himself did not enlighten the reader as to which theme, it was from the final movement of Beethoven's Op.130 String Quartet in B flat Major...
  2. Blog
    So that's another SQ battered and I heard lots of recordings I liked that I had never sampled before. The ones below are split into 2 tiers. Suffice it to say that I'd happily recommend any of the tier 2 recordings to anyone but the tier 1 recordings were special for me and one recording I...
  3. Recorded Music and Publications
    I rarely ever hear about remasters for classic performances, but there are sometimes obvious recording deficiencies. Some great performances have been captured with equipment that failed to respond to bass frequencies very well, or added significant noise that is distracting during quiet...
  4. Solo & Chamber Music
    I just wanted to talk about these, as I have grown quite obsessed with them of late. I have listened to very little else over the last three weeks. Particularly 3-8 and 10, all of which I have grown very fond of. If I had to pick favourites, I suppose I would go for 3, 4 and 7. I haven't yet got...
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