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The Czech Supraphon record company has a long and distinguished history. The Supraphon name was first registered as a trademark in 1932 and in later years played a significant role in helping to spread the fame of Czech classical music recordings. The artistic direction of the firm led to a broad catalogue which systematically mapped out the works of Smetana, Dvorák and Janácek, as well as other giants of both the Czech and the international music worlds. Major Czech and foreign soloists, chamber ensembles, orchestras and conductors all contribute to Supraphon's remarkable collection of recordings.
Further Reading: Supraphon
Six years on from their award-winning recording of Dvořák's Piano Quintet No. 2, the first violinist and cellist of the Pavel Haas Quartet reunite with Giltburg for the complete piano trios in interpretations bursting with colour and vitality.
Three years on from their previous album, the Pavel Haas Quartet make a triumphant recorded return with two quintets by Brahms, for which they are joined by pianist Boris Giltburg and violist Pavel Nikl.