Beethoven Complete String Quartet

Takács Quartet - Beethoven: Complete String Quartets (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at March 27, 2017
Takács Quartet - Beethoven: Complete String Quartets (2017)

Takács Quartet - Beethoven: Complete String Quartets
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 08:31:46 | 2.09 MB
Label: Decca | Tracks: 71 | Rls.date: 2017

Since its formation in 1975, the Takács Quartet has been recognized as one of the world's leading string quartets. Their award-winning recordings include the complete Beethoven String Quartets for Decca, recorded between 2002 and 2004. Decca Classics celebrates the acclaimed quartet with this multi-media presentation of the Beethoven quartets on 7 CDs,
Ernst Krenek - Sonare-Quartett - Complete String Quartet (1992, MDG # L 4280) [Repost / RE-UP]

Ernst Krenek - Sonare-Quartett - Complete String Quartet
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 1,26 GB | Partial Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: MDG # L 4280 | Country/Year: Germany 1992
Genre: Classical | Style: Early 20th Century, Contemporary

”… an outstanding project of landmark proportions…MDG has produced an excellent warm, intimate, life-sized recording. The composer provides his customarily thorough and enlightening notes … Highly recommended.” (Fanfare)

Ludwig van Beethoven - Complete String Quartets (Borodin Quartet)  Music

Posted by First Amendment at Dec. 17, 2010
Ludwig van Beethoven - Complete String Quartets (Borodin Quartet)

Ludwig van Beethoven - Complete String Quartets - Borodin Quartet
EAC Rip | Tracks | FLAC+LOG+CUE | Covers | RAR 2.32GB
8 CD | Classical | 2009 | Chandos | Playing Time: 548'54"

The Borodin String Quartet was formed in 1945 in Moscow. Cellist Valentin Berlinsky has been with the quartet since its earliest days and violinist Andrei Abramenkov joined in 1974. Igor Naidin learnt the art of quartet playing from several of the Borodins including the Quartet’s violinist, Dmitri Shebalin, whom he eventually replaced. Leader Ruben Aharonian has won prizes at several international competitions, including the Enescu, Montréal and Tchaikovsky.
Hungarian Quartet - Beethoven: Complete String Quartets (1955/2017) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Hungarian Quartet - Beethoven: Complete String Quartets (1955/2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 478:26 minutes | 4.51 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

The Hungarian Quartet, formed in 1935, embodied the very best of the Central European tradition of string-playing, and this cycle, recorded in Paris in the early 1950s, represents an essential staging post in the quest for Beethoven “These performances will give endless pleasure,” wrote Gramophone, “… the ensemble attack and technical proficiency of this quartet are beyond praise … and so is their grasp of the music.” These recordings have now been remastered from the original tapes in 24BIT-96kHz digital sound.
Beethoven - Emerson String Quartet - The String Quartets (1997) (7CD Box set) {Deutsche Grammophon}

Beethoven - Emerson String Quartet - The String Quartets (1997) (7CD Box set)
XLD Rip | (tracks+.cue, log) | Front cover only | 2122 mb | MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 1157 mb
Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon - 447 075-2

The Beethoven quartets have always been at the cote of the Emerson Quartet's repertoire, and over the years it has honed its playing of these works to a fine degree. Here in this new set we encounter exaltation, immaculate playing and ensemble precision of awesome proportions (typically, first and second violinists often swap their roles). The Emerson is perhaps the best rehearsed quartet of our century. The playing is not only flawless technically, but reflects a careful study of the music, both formally and in the players' intense preoccupation with textual matters. The recording of this set is also spectacular.
Ludwig van Beethoven - Complete String Trios (1997) [Grumiaux Trio] 2CD

Ludwig van Beethoven - Complete String Trios (1997) 2CD
Arthur Grumiaux, violin; Georges Janzer, viola; Eva Czako, Violoncello

EAC | APE | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 695 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 351 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Philips | # 456 317-2 | Time: 02:18:15

Beethoven was the last great composer to write string trios, and his are the finest works of their type. Mozart hardly touched this particular combination, and Haydn wrote quite few very early works which are now completely unknown. In any case, Haydn used two violins and a cello, whereas with Beethoven the standard combination became violin, viola, and cello. These are all early works, expert examples of all that Beethoven learned from Haydn and Mozart in preparation for the writing of his first great string quartets. But far from being mere composition exercises, these are highly rewarding works on their own, and these outstanding performances make the best possible case for their claim to be ranked among Beethoven's chamber music masterpieces.

Beethoven - Complete String Trios REUP  Music

Posted by alekhno at April 29, 2010
Beethoven - Complete String Trios REUP

Beethoven - Complete String Trios REUP
Classical | EAC | FLAC, CUE, LOGS | 2 CD | Complete Artwork | 660 Mb | rs.com | 2005
Zurich String Trio

Beethoven, Complete String Quartets - Amadeus Quartet 7CD  Music

Posted by btz39 at Jan. 9, 2010
Beethoven, Complete String Quartets - Amadeus Quartet 7CD

Beethoven, Complete String Quartets - Amadeus Quartet
Stereo | 7 CD | EAC Rip | APE (tracks) | NO LOG | Booklet | 2.2 Gb | RAR 3% Rec.
Label: Deutsche Grammophon | 423 473-2 | 1962
Classical - Viennese School

The untimely death of Peter Schidlof on 15 August 1987 resulted not only in the loss of a great violist: it also marked the end of an era in which, for almost 40 years, the Amadeus Quartet was one of the leading chamber music ensembles in the world. Together in the same formation for a longer time than any other string quartet, the four Amadeus members - Norbert Brainin, Siegmund Nissel, Peter Schidlof and Martin Lovett - were close both as musical colleagues and as friends in private life; and this artistic "marriage", born out of a special fate which brought the Amadeus together after the War, could not survive the loss of one of its partners. They had always agreed that if any member could no longer play, for whatever reason, the Quartet would not continue; and the cellist Martin Lovett expressed what his colleagues clearly fell when he said, "Peter is simply irreplaceable". Indeed, it would be impossible for anyone to take his place without completely changing the sound and character of the ensemble. The quality of their playing was marked by a unique sonority and homogeneity, which derived from a common "schooling" with the great violinist and teacher Max Postal. It had a flexibility that could shape a phrase for its full expressive, emotional effect: yet the members of the quartet each projected very individual and contrasting musical personalities.
Beethoven, Complete String Quartets - Quartetto Italiano 10CD

Beethoven, Complete String Quartets - Quartetto Italiano
Stereo | 10 CD | EAC Rip | APE, CUE NO LOG | 2.6 Gb | RAR 1% Rec.
Label: Philips | ASIN: B0000041LL | 1997
Classical - Viennese School

I have been listening to this set of the Beethoven quartets since the mid-70's. I never tire of these performances. I have over the years purchased other performances of the Beethoven quartets by the Emerson, Berg, Borodin, and Takacs but the QI's version is the one to which I return. There are no other performances that match the QI's for balance and crispness, detail and passion, And I have always admired Franco Rossi, the cellist, for his wonderful singing tone – especially in the Op. 59 F maj. I can only agree with the other reviewers praise of the late quartets especially the Op. 132.
Beethoven, Complete String Quartets - Quartetto Italiano CD 3-10

Beethoven, Complete String Quartets - Quartetto Italiano
Stereo | CD 3-10 from 10 CD | EAC Rip | APE, IMG+CUE NO LOG | 1.8 Gb | RAR 3% Rec.
Label: Philips | ASIN: B0000041LL | 1997
Classical - Viennese School

I have been listening to this set of the Beethoven quartets since the mid-70's. I never tire of these performances. I have over the years purchased other performances of the Beethoven quartets by the Emerson, Berg, Borodin, and Takacs but the QI's version is the one to which I return. There are no other performances that match the QI's for balance and crispness, detail and passion, And I have always admired Franco Rossi, the cellist, for his wonderful singing tone – especially in the Op. 59 F maj. I can only agree with the other reviewers praise of the late quartets especially the Op. 132.