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The Jubilee Quartet follow their critically acclaimed debut album of Haydn with two contrasting quartets by Schubert. The sunny and joyful D.87, his 10th quartet dates from his 16th year. Already the singing quality of the writing is apparent. The late G major quartet, the composer's 15th and final quartet dates from 1826. The emotions here are extreme - dramatic, violent, painful, menacing, introverted and innocent. Written on a large scale, this work is a groundbreaking masterpiece that stands shoulder to shoulder with the late Beethoven quartets.
The Jubilee Quartet follow their critically acclaimed debut album of Haydn with two contrasting quartets by Schubert. The sunny and joyful D.87, his 10th quartet dates from his 16th year. Already the singing quality of the writing is apparent. The late G major quartet, the composer's 15th and final quartet dates from 1826. The emotions here are extreme - dramatic, violent, painful, menacing, introverted and innocent. Written on a large scale, this work is a groundbreaking masterpiece that stands shoulder to shoulder with the late Beethoven quartets.
5065002228338

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Format: CD
Label: Rubicon
Rel. Date: 12/02/2022
UPC: 5065002228338

Schubert: String Quartets D.87 & D.887
Artist: Jubilee Quartet
Format: CD
New: Available $18.99
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DISC: 1

1. * Schubert: String Quartet No. 10 in E Flat Major, D87
2. I. Allegro Moderato
3. II. Scherzo. Prestissimo
4. III. Adagio
5. IV Allegro
6. * Schubert: String Quartet No. 15 in G Major, D887
7. I. Allegro Molto Moderato
8. II. Adante Un Poco Moto
9. III. Scherzo. Allegro Vivace - Trio. Allegreto
10. IV. Allegro Assai

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The Jubilee Quartet follow their critically acclaimed debut album of Haydn with two contrasting quartets by Schubert. The sunny and joyful D.87, his 10th quartet dates from his 16th year. Already the singing quality of the writing is apparent. The late G major quartet, the composer's 15th and final quartet dates from 1826. The emotions here are extreme - dramatic, violent, painful, menacing, introverted and innocent. Written on a large scale, this work is a groundbreaking masterpiece that stands shoulder to shoulder with the late Beethoven quartets.
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