℗ 2011 Peter Hanson

Mendelssohn: String Octet, Op. 20

Eroica Quartet

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String Octet in E Flat Major, Op. 20  
I. Allegro molto e vivace
Felix Mendelssohn; Eroica Quartet
II. Andante
Felix Mendelssohn; Eroica Quartet
III. Scherzo
Felix Mendelssohn; Eroica Quartet
IV. Molto allegro e vivace
Felix Mendelssohn; Eroica Quartet
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    36:11
“The result is a performance as exhilarating musically as it is absorbing musicologically.”
- David Threasher, Gramophone

“Altogether it’s a splendid performance – a must for all who treasure this masterpiece.”
- BBC Music Magazine

This release sees the Eroica Quartet joined by violinists Ken Aiso and Marcus Barcham-Stevens, violist Oliver Wilson, and cellist Robin Michael for a world premiere recording of the original 1825 version of Mendelssohn's beloved String Octet. Performed using period appropriate instruments as well as techniques (namely with regard to bowings, fingerings, and vibrato), this exciting project presents Mendelssohn's famous work in a whole new light.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Classics Studio Masters

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