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Beethoven: String Quartets No10 op74 & No.11 op95 Hybrid SACD, SACD
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1. String Quartet No. 10, Op. 74 - Tokyo String Quartet
2. String Quartet No. 11, Op. 95 - Tokyo String Quartet
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J. R. Trtek
Another Volume in a Worthwhile Cycle
26 February 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm rather surprised that no one else has posted a review of this disc set. Does everybody know something I don't? Anyway, this is another volume in what turned out to be a new traversal of the Beethoven string quartets by the present Tokyo String Quartet, which won't be around for long, as of this writing: Kazuhide Isomura and Kikuei Ikeda have announced their retirement from the ensemble in June 2013, leading to the group itself disbanding at the same time. Anyway, in my layman's opinion these are fine performances overall of the Opp. 74 and 95 quartets. There are perhaps a couple spots where things seem a little rough, and at 8:46 in the first movement of the Op. 74 there's a strange noise that might be the cello -- I'm not sure. All that, however, are perhaps minor blemishes on what are otherwise performances that, like those in the Rasumovsky Quartets as rendered by this same group, lean perhaps more at times toward the Classical than the Romantic. One way or the other, these renditions are growing on me.