Browse: Borodin - String Quartet No. 2 in D major
This page lists all recordings of String Quartet No. 2 in D major by Alexander Profirevich Borodin (1833-87).
Gabrieli String Quartet, Borodin String Quartet
The Borodin/Shostakovich (a classic LP coupling) still sounds wonderful. The springy Scherzo of the Borodin is pure leasure, and the Gabrieli's Tchaikovsky compares favourably. — More…
They set out their stall with Borodin’s Second, which is as euphonious and expressive as you could wish – devoid of mannerism but by no means lacking in communicative intensity… Close but not... — More…
Alexander Mndoiantz (piano) & Alexander Gotthelf (cello), with Alexander Mndoiantz (piano), with Alexander Gotthelf (cello), Alexander Detisov, Alexander Polonsky (violins), Igor Suliga, Alexander Bobrovsky (violas) & Alexander Osokin, Alexander Gotthelf (cellos)
Moscow String Quartet,...
Nicolai Ghiaurov (bass), Zlatina Ghiaurov (piano), Borodin Quartet
London Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Georg Solti, Edward Downes, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Jean Martinon, Ernest Ansermet
Escher String Quartet
The Eschers’ new album, beautifully recorded in SACD, contains much fine playing by that young group. They are particularly a well-attuned to the Tchaikovsky, not only delivering a gently melancholic... — More…
Rostislav Dubinsky, Yaroslav Alexandrov (violins), Dmitry Shebalin (viola), Valentin Berlinsky (cello)
Original Borodin Quartet
The Borodin’s utter ease in this music is astonishing. They know instinctively how to let every phrase breathe, and how to let Tchaikovsky’s lyricism take wing, while their tonal refinement seems... — More…