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5 thoughts on “ Piano Quintet In A Major, Op. 81 - Dvořák*, Stephen Bishop*, Members Of The Berlin Philharmonic Octe* - Piano Quintet In A; String Quintet In E Flat (Cassette, Album)

  1. In Dvorák's splendid Opus 81 Quintet, Richter and the Borodins provide astonishing virtuosity and élan. No other version I have heard, either on record or in concert, communicates such passionate involvement: the result is quite breathtaking/5(18).
  2. The recording here is not as passionate and drags a bit. The same criticism can be applied to their interpretation of the the Op. 97 Quintet. A solid performance is delivered, but it could be more lively and impassioned. I will note that I prefer the 0p. 97 recording to the one on the Philips double set done by the Berlin Philharmonic players/5(5).
  3. Dvorak: Piano Quintet in A Major, Op. 81; Piano Quartet in E Flat Major, Op. 87 by Antonin Dvorak, Menahem Pressler, et al. | May 10, out of 5 stars
  4. The playing is breathtakingly good, each performer maintaining their own personality and yet working together to conjure a special magic, whether in the sparkling “furiant” of the piano quintet No 2 in A major, Op 81 (with Boris Giltburg at his most mercurial), or the dreamy, song-like opening movement of the string quintet in E flat major.
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