Notes & Reviews:
This album features Bernhard Molique's String Quartetts, Op.. 42 and 44. Both works were composed while Molique was in England and he considered them to be situated between classicism and romanticism. Molique was interested not in showy effects but in substance - a fact reflected in the unchanging movement tiles of his quartets.
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