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This page lists all recordings of String Quintet in F major by Anton Bruckner (1824-96).

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with James Boyd (violin)

Fitzwilliam String Quartet

the Fitzwilliam Quartet has been working on this music for a long time. The players have wrestled with its quirks and uncovered its marvels…tender warmth radiates from page after page, dialogue... More…

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Hidden gems of the late-Romantic chamber repertoire, marvellously performed and recorded. A thoroughly enjoyable release More…

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Bamberger Symphoniker, Bayerische Staatsphilharmonie, Lothar Zagrosek

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Konzerthaus Kammerorchester Berlin, Sayako Kusaka (concertmaster), Michael Erxleben (concertmaster)

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One of the joys of [this] recording is how alert these players are to instrumental colour, and how clearly but unfussily the inner parts come through…without ever losing a sense of forward movement,... More…

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Brett Dean (viola)

Brandis Quartett

The Brandis balance 'body and soul' with an intuitive understanding of Bruckner's idiom. More…

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Vladimir Mendelssohn (viola) Sonare Quartet

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Rare Recordings by Buckner, Smetana & Verdi

Cecil Aronowitz (viola)

Amadeus Quartet

Released as a tribute to the late Norbert Brainin, this generously filled set traverses repertory not normally associated with the Amadeus. They do not seem entirely at ease with the Tchaikovsky... More…

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