Schubert: Complete String Quartets. Audio CD, Box set, November 9, 1999. Only 11 left in stock (more on the way).
Schubert: Complete String Quartets, Vol. 1. Auryn Quartet. Release Date: 1st Jan 1997. Catalogue No: 9994092. Label: CPO. Series: Auryn Quartet Schubert Complete String Quartets. Length: 3 hours 6 minutes. Catalogue No: 9996602.
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The String Quartet No. 15 in G major, D. 887, was written by Franz Schubert in June 1826. It was posthumously published in 1851, as Opus 161. The piece is in four movements, and is about 50-55 minutes long: Allegro molto moderato (G major, in 3/4 time). Andante un poco moto (E minor, in common time). Scherzo: Allegro vivace (B minor, in 3/4 time) – Trio: Allegretto (G major). Allegro assai (G major, in 6/8 time).
The well known String Quartets O. and O. This youthful effort is clearly influenced by the estimable models of Beethoven and Schubert, but its composer’s melodic gift is already revealed by the slow movement, an enchanting Notturno of great expressive strength. This is a subtle, finely balanced movement, woven with precocious sophistication by the teenage Bruch into an intricate fabric of voices, which cushions the sensitive melody, as it were, on a bed of roses. The well known String Quartets O. 0 are vintage Bruch: although not revolutionary in any sense, they abound in catchy romantic melodies, the warm sonorities and harmonies adding to the feel-good atmosphere. Excellent performances by the German Diogenes Quartet, who already recorded successfully for Brilliant Classics works by Gernsheim and a complete Schubert cycle.
Solo & Chamber Music. Schubert Complete String Quartets - Recommendations. I have the late quartets by Melos on Harmonia Mundi (from the early 1990s) and find them a bit harsh. I have a library copy of the Verdi Quartet versions and the verdict is still out (though some quartets seem inappropriately relaxed, for lack of a better word). I'm considering an mp3 download of the Taneyev versions from the 1970s, which is quite cheap. Auryn seems well thought of, but it's a bit expensive. Ideally, I'd like solid performances, but with excellent underlying sound quality.