String Quartet No.16 in F-dur, op.135 (Beethoven)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)


String Quartet No.16 in F-dur, op.135

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Dedicated Johann Wolfmayer, 1826

1. Allegretto
2. Vivace
3. Lento assai, cantante e tranquillo
4. Der schwer gefaßte Entschluß. Grave, ma non troppo tratto - Allegro

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  1952.
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  Tokyo Quartet: Martin Beaver, first violin, Kikuei Ikeda, second violin, Kazuhide Isomura, viola, Clive Greensmith, cello. The release date is February 11, 1992. (RCA)
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  BELCEA QUARTET: Corina Belcea (violin I); Axel Schacher (violin II); Krysztof Chorzelski (viola); Antoine Lederlin (Cello). 18.10.2019, Weiden
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  Version for string quartet. September 1989, Vienne.
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  Recorded: June 1968, Switzerland.
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  Recorded: March/April 1963, Berlin.
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  Recorded: December 7, 1958, Berlin.
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  Recorded: February 28, 1955, Cologne.
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  Recorded: June 1977, München.
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  Busch Quartett. Recorded in 1933
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  Peter CROPPER (violin); Ronald BIRKS (violin); Roger BIGLEY (viola); Released in 1987.
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  THE ORFORD STRING QUARTET: Andrew DAWES (violin I); Kenneth PERKINS (violin II); Terence Helmer (viola); Marcel St-Cyr (cello). Taken from a LP recorded by CBC Radio-Canada at Walter Hall, University of Toronto, January 1977.
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  Recorded: March/April 1995, New York.
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  Recorded: December 1988, 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: May 17-21, 2004, Bristol.
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  1996-2003.
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  QUARTETTO DI CREMONA: Cristiano GUALCO (violin I); Paolo ANDREOLI (violin II); Simone GRAMAGLIA (viola); Giovanni SCAGLIONE (cello). Recorded at Banna del Arte, Turin (Italy), September 3-5, 2012.
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  Recorded: October 17, 1953, Hannover.
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  1969-72.
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  LASALLE QUARTET: Walter Levin (violin 1); Henry Meyer (violin 2); Peter Kamnitzer (viola); Lee Fiser (violoncello). Recorded: December 1976, Hannover.
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  Recorded: March 25-26, 1982, Washington.
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  Recorded: 24-25 October 1960, New York.
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  Recorded: August 24, 1970, Ascona, Switzerland.
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  Recorded: June 11-13, 1996, Princeton, USA.
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  Recorded: October 1-3, 1969, New York.
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  December 1984, Bamberg.
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  Recorded in 1979, Paris.
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  Recorded: November 25-29, 1968, Prague.
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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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  1984.
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  Alban Berg Quartet
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  Recorded in Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Massachusetts, December 11-15, 1995.
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  Gregor Sigl - violin I, Natalia Prischepenko - violin II, Friedemann Weigle - viola, Recorded: February 9-11, 2011, Berlin.
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  Recorded at The Maltings, Snape, Aldelburgh (England), January 30-31, 1990.
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  Recorded: May 20, 1960, 30th Street Studio, New York City.
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  Recorded: November 27, 1951.
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  March 1943 (live).
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  THE COLORADO QUARTET: Julie ROSENFELD (violin 1); Deborah Lydia REDDING (violin 2); Marka GUSTAVSSON (viola); Diane CHAPLIN (cello). Recorded May 2004-May 2006 in USA.
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  THE FINE ARTS QUARTET: Leonard SORKIN (violin I); Abram LOFT (violin II); Irving ILMER (viola); George SOPKIN (cello). Recorded in USA, 1962-1965.
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  Guarneri Quartet: Arnold Steinhardt - violin I, John Dalley - violin II, Michael Tree - viola, David Soyer - cello. Recording: between 1987 and 1992, American Academy and Institute of Arts & Letters, New York, USA.
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  1968.
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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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  Live - 1 January 1938 - Excerpts: 1. Adagio Lento 2. Scherzo - Orchestral version
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  1961
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  1952, Boston.
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  June 1973, Paris.
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  2005.
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  Alexander String Quartet: Zakarias Grafilo & Frederick Lifsitz (violins), Paul Yarbrough (viola), Sandy Wilson (cello)
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  Year of publication: 2013.
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