Notes & Reviews:
Expedition Audio Recommended
... The extremely fine performances on this Cavi music CD are by the period instrument Camesina Quartett, who play in a style and manner appropriate for the instruments they use. Their approach seems right to me - it is somewhat understated, not trying to make more of the music than what it is. Some of the writing for the first violin is treacherously high and difficult, and occasionally gets the better of the player here, but that is a quibble. This is a very fine album, well worth getting to know. ... read more ...
This is the world premiere release of a talented composer of Mozart, Schubert, and Beethoven's time. On this recording, the Carmesina Quartet performs on period instruments.
The thrill of adventure and the perfect balance of spontaneity and tactic ... they play with enormous excitement, fill the quartets with passion, and bring along a certain measure of euphoria.
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