Quartetto di Cremona
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If Italy has lost a great deal of its reputation as the land of opera, these fou

Two marvels of Viennese classicism, the String Quintet in C major and String Quartet Op. 132, interpreted with moving expressivity.

The Quartetto di Cremona is no longer a secret. The finest Italian chamber ensemble of today unites their own country’s musical tradition with the Austro-German. As before in Volume IV, the group reaches the highest level of expression with an individual, personal interpretation of the music's structures, characterized by a sensual and audacious lyricism and a contemplative-spiritual tone.

If Italy has lost a great deal of its reputation as the land of opera, these four magnificent Cremonese musicians are imposing new standards at least in chamber music

Dr. Ingobert Waltenberger, Der Neue Merker
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