Notes & Reviews:
BBC Music Magazine
The Wihans' performance [of No. 9] goes straight to the Quartet's heart.The first movement takes a little while to settle, but, as a whole, this is an enormously impressive reading that searches out real depths, especially in the slow movement.
[In No. 14] the Wihan Quartet connects well with the first movement's gritty arguments...The slow movement is warmly played...The polka is ideally easy-going and the strutting finale (where Brahms and Schumann are audible influences) is pert and decisive.