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The pairing of the two works on this album is unique in that one comes from the dawn, the other from the dusk of Ludwig van Beethoven’s career. Indeed, whereas the composer wrote the Quintet for winds and piano, Op. 16 when he was only 26 – the talented young man also excelled as a successful pianist –, he did not finish his String Quartet Op. 130 until a year before his death. The direct comparison of these two works on the same disc intelligently sheds light on the fantastic distance the composer covered between these two points in time. Two years after the success of their Schubert album, very warmly received by the press and public alike, the Edding Quartet and Northernlight felicitously join together once again on the same album to give new readings of these masterpieces of the chamber music repertoire. Having become major interpreters of the Classical and Romantic repertoires, the two ensembles offer expert performances, refined and precise, of two of the German composer’s finest scores.

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String Quartet No.13 in B-Flat Major, Op.130 (Ludwig van Beethoven)

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I. Adagio ma non troppo - Allegro
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II. Presto
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III. Poco scherzoso. Andante con moto ma non troppo
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4
IV. Alla danza tedesca (Allegro assai)
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V. Cavatina (Adagio molto espressivo)
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VI. Overtura - Fuga. Allegro - Meno mosso e moderato - Allegro molto e con brio (Grosse Fuge in B-Flat Major, Op. 133)
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Quintet for Piano and Winds in E-Flat Major, Op. 16 (Ludwig van Beethoven)

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I. Grave - Allegro ma non troppo
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II. Andante cantabile
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III. Rondo (Allegro ma non troppo)
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The pairing of the two works on this album is unique in that one comes from the dawn, the other from the dusk of Ludwig van Beethoven’s career. Indeed, whereas the composer wrote the Quintet for winds and piano, Op. 16 when he was only 26 – the talented young man also excelled as a successful pianist –, he did not finish his String Quartet Op. 130 until a year before his death. The direct comparison of these two works on the same disc intelligently sheds light on the fantastic distance the composer covered between these two points in time. Two years after the success of their Schubert album, very warmly received by the press and public alike, the Edding Quartet and Northernlight felicitously join together once again on the same album to give new readings of these masterpieces of the chamber music repertoire. Having become major interpreters of the Classical and Romantic repertoires, the two ensembles offer expert performances, refined and precise, of two of the German composer’s finest scores.

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