Schubert: Quartet G-dur D 887, Quartet C-moll D 707

Quartetto Accardo

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The last of the fifteen complete string quartets by Schubert was composed in only ten days between the 20th and 30th of June 1826, during a rave of creative impulse, which followed a spell of inactivity; only a month previously, Schubert had written to his frined Eduard Bauernfeld saying ‘I’m not working at all.’  It was not until two years later, on the 26th of March 1828, that Schubert was able to listen to the first movement of this work, performed by the celebrated Schuppanzig Quartet, also much appreciated by Beethoven.  The first complete performance of the Quartet in G maore D887 took place only 1850, twenty three years after the composer’s death, and was published by Antonio Diabelli in Vienna.

Tracklist

1.
QUARTETT G-dur D 887: Allegro molto moderato
21:37
2.
QUARTETT G-dur D 887: Andante con moto
12:44
3.
QUARTETT G-dur D 887: Scherzo (Allegro Vivace)
07:15
4.
QUARTETT G-dur D 887: Allegro Assai
11:00
5.
QUARTETTSATZ C-moll D 703: Allegro Assai
09:24

Total time: 01:02:00

Additional information

Label

SKU

CD98F18

Qualities

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Channels

Artists

Composers

Genres

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Analog Recording Equipment

Studer C37

Digital Converters

dCS

Editing Software

Pyramix

Mastering Engineer

Giulio Cesare Ricci

Microphones

Neumann U47, M49

Original Recording Format

Producer

Giulio Cesare Ricci

Recording Engineer

Giulio Cesare Ricci

Recording location

Oratorio del Gonfalone, Rome

Recording Software

merging

Recording Type & Bit Rate

Analog to DSD64

Release Date February 24, 2017

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