String Quartet No.10 in Es-dur (1809), op. 74 (Beethoven)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)


String Quartet No.10 in Es-dur (1809), op. 74

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1. Poco adagio - Allegro
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1956.
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Tokyo Quartet: Martin Beaver, first violin, Kikuei Ikeda, second violin, Kazuhide Isomura, viola, Clive Greensmith, cello.
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BELCEA QUARTET: Corina Belcea (violin I); Axel Schacher (violin II); Krysztof Chorzelski (viola); Antoine Lederlin (Cello). Recorded in concert on December 3-4, 2011, March 23-25 and May 18-19, 2012 at the Britten Studio, Snape (Aldeburgh Music).
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Borodin Quartet: Ruben Aharonyan (1st violin), Andrey Abramenkov (2nd violin), Igor Naidin (viola), Valentin Berlinsky (cello).
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Recorded: August 1971.
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Recorded: January 1, 1956.
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Recorded: May/June 1960, Berlin.
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Recorded: June/July 1987, London.
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1927-28.
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Ronald BIRKS (violin); Roger BIGLEY (viola); Released in 1979.
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Eugene Drucker - violin I, Philip Setzer - violin II. Recorded: January 1995, New York.
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QUATUOR PASCAL: Jacques DUMONT (violin); Maurice CRUT (violin); Léon PASCAL (viola); Robert SALLES (cello). Recorded in 1952.
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Recorded: November 19-22, 2001, Bristol.
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1996-2003.
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THE ALLEGRI STRING QUARTET: Eli Goren, first violin; Peter Thomas, second violin; Patrick Ireland, viola; and William Pleeth, cello. Recorded in June 1967. NEVER RELEASED ON CD.
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QUARTETTO DI CREMONA: Cristiano GUALCO (violin); Paolo ANDREOLI (violin); Simone GRAMAGLIA (viola); Giovanni SCAGLIONE (cello). Recorded at Fondazione Spinola Banna per l`Arte, Poirino (Italy), November 27-30, 2015.
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Eroica Quartet (Peter Hanson, Lucy Howard violins; Gustav Clarkson viola; ), 1997
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Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet; Anton Kamper, 1st violin; Karl Maria Titze, 2nd violin; Erich Weiss, viola; Franz Kvarda, cello. 1951.
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Recorded: May 7, 1955, Hannover.
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1969-72.
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1978, Kiev.
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1960-61.
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Recorded in 1982, Washington, Library of Congress (live).
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Recorded: January 5-6, 1965, New York.
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1985.
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Recorded in 1980, Paris.
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Quatuor Turner: Adrian Chamorro - violin II, Jean-Philippe Vasseur - viola, Ageet Zweistra - cello. Recorded: November 1998, Haarlem, Holland.
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Studio recording, 14-20.X.1979.
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Tokyo String Ouartet: Peter Oundjian (V-ne I), Kikuei Ikeda (V-ne II), Kazuhide Isomura (Viola), Sadao Harada (cello)
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1987.
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Recorded in Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Massechusetts, September 28 - October 3, 1992.
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Gregor Sigl - violin II, Friedemann Weigle - viola, Recorded: April 3-4, 2011, Berlin.
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Recorded at The Maltings, Snape, Aldelburgh (England), January 8-10, 1990.
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May 17, 1960, 30th Street Studio, New York City.
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May 1952.
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September 1941.
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THE COLORADO QUARTET: Julie ROSENFELD (violin 1); Deborah Lydia REDDING (violin 2); Marka GUSTAVSSON (viola); Diane CHAPLIN (cello). Recorded August 2-4, 2001 in USA.
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SCHAFFER QUARTETT: Kurt SCHAFFER (violin I); Franzjosef MAIER (violin II); Franz BEYER (viola); Kurt HERZBRUCH (cello). Taken from a LP released by MUSIDISC (France) in early 1970s.
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Recorded in USA, 1965.
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Guarneri Quartet: Arnold Steinhardt - violin I, John Dalley - violin II, Michael Tree - viola, David Soyer - cello. Label: Brilliant Classics. Recording: between 1987 and 1992, American Academy and Institute of Arts & Letters, New York, USA.
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1968.
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1975, Dresden.
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HUNGARIAN QUARTET: Zoltan SZÉKELY (violin I); Alexandre MOSZKOWSKY (violin II); Denes KOROMZAY (viola); Vilmos PALOTAI (cello). Recorded in 1953. MONO
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1972
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1952, Boston.
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March 1973, Paris.
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July 2007.
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Recorded: October 1964, Vienna.
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Alexander String Quartet: Zakarias Grafilo & Frederick Lifsitz (violins), Paul Yarbrough (viola), Sandy Wilson (cello)
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