Dvorak: Quartet Op. 106 and Quintet Op. 97

Dvorak: Quartet Op. 106 and Quintet Op. 97

composed by Antonín Dvořák, 1841-1904; produced by James Steven Ginsburg, 1965-; performed by Pacifica Quartet (Cedille Records, 2005), 1 hour 16 mins

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Abstract / Summary
Critics generally agree that these two compositions are among Dvorak's finest. They both embody his intense lifetime love of chamber music, his mastery of classical form intracacies, and his revoluntionary commitment to folk melody. This is a warm, sensitive, and artfully played recording by the Pacifica Quartet.
Field of Interest
Classical Music
Antonín Dvořák, 1841-1904
Copyright Message
2001 Cedille Records
Content Type
Music recording
1 hour 16 mins
Recording Engineer
Bill Maylone
Pacifica Quartet
Sub Genre
String Quartet
Cedille Records
UPC (Physical)
James Steven Ginsburg, 1965-
Release Date
Classical Music, Music & Performing Arts, Romantic, Romanticismo, Romantica, Romantic
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Romanticismo, Romantica

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