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Budapest String Quartet - Beethoven - Quartet No. 14 In C-Sharp Minor - 5 x 78 RPM
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Budapest String Quartet - Beethoven - Quartet No. 14 In C-Sharp Minor, Op. 131

Columbia Masterworks / Sparton

C1 5317

Records are VG+ ( Listen)
Has Insert which has some wear ( see pic)

Cover has slight watermark 5 inches, cornerwear



Record 1

First Movement - beginning

Seventh Movement - beginning

Record 2

Second Movement
Third Movement
Fourth movement

Fifth Movement - Conclusion



Record 3

Fourth Movement - Continued
Fourth Movement - Conclusion





Record 4




Fourth Movement - Conclusion 2

Fifth Movement - Presto - Beginning



Record 5

First Movement - End

Seventh Movement - End






Budapest String Quartet is an outstanding ensemble that began in 1917 and played together, with some variation in personnel for the next 50 years.

IT is one of the greatest string quartets on record.

Musicians on this 1951 album include Joseph Roisman, first violin, 1932-1967; Jac Gorodetzky, second violin, 1932-1933 and 1940-something to 1955; Boris Kroyt, viola, 1936-1967; and Mischa Schneider, cello, 1930-1967.

Not only are the musicians impeccable, but,
since moving to the United States in 1938, the quartet had access to four Stradivari.

Despite the age of this recording (1956), the recording quality is excellent.
The music itself, written between 1798 and 1800, is not as well known as some of Beethoven's other work, but it is absolutely beautiful.

Bright, spirited playing..

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 19 April, 2011.

 
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