Unlike Beethoven, Schubert and Mendelssohn did not add the term “serious” to their quartets. But all three quartets are precisely serious, dramatic, exciting. Strictly passionate in a special way. Purifying with their pathos, as if a sweeping storm of sounds. “Have you seen a forest after a storm and rain - Everything is straightened and shining, more beautiful than before - Oh, you, soul, also need a storm” wrote the poet Peter Altenberg. And he is right. See for yourself, partake in the high excitement of the three composers by listening!
Quartettsatz c-Moll, D 703
String Quartet f minor Op. 95
String quartet Nr.6 f minor
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