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The Gewandhaus Quartet plays Mozart

Frank-Michael Erben violin | Conrad Suske violin | Volker Metz viola | J├╝rnjakob Timm violoncello

The Gewandhaus Quartet consists of some of Europe's most prestigious musicians and is a favorite in classical music venues around the globe. It is the oldest, uninterrupted existing string quartet in the world. Founded almost 200 years ago, the Leipzig Gewandhaus Quartet can be seen as a remarkable part of the western history of music. Since its founding in 1809 the quartet has continued its concert activity from generation to generation with great success. PROGRAMME: Serenade "Eine kleine Nachtmusik", Dissonance Quartet, String Quartets K. 575 & K. 387

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Mozart: Serenade "Eine kleine Nachtmusik", Dissonance Quartet, String Quartets K. 575 & K. 387

Facts

Prog. No.
5457
Music genre
Chamber Music
Length
102 mins
Lenght short
60
Director
Hans Hadulla
Producers
EuroArts Music International
Production year
2005
Format
SD