Schubert - Octet D803, Quartettsatz D703
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Cat No: LPH015
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 17th November 2014
WorksOctet in F major, D803
String Quartet no.12 in C minor, D703 'Quartettsatz'
Founded in 2007, the Edding Quartet has quickly become a reference in the interpretation of the Classical and Romantic string quartet repertoires, proposing refined, intelligent readings of these often-heard works.
In 2008, the members of the Quartet, along with clarinettist Nicola Boud, bassoonist Julien Debordes, horn player Nicolas Chedmail and bass player Damien Guffroy, founded Northernlight, an ensemble exploring the masterpieces for string and winds from the Classical and Romantic periods.
In January 2014, in Flagey’s Studio 4, in Brussels, the Edding Quartet and Northernlight recorded a programme devoted to Schubert, featuring the great Octet (D.803) - a veritable chamber symphony - and the Quartettsatz (D.703).
This project is the beginning of a collaboration between the Edding Quartet and Phi, the label of Philippe Herreweghe with whom the musicians of the Edding Quartet and Northernlight often collaborate.
Edding Quartet / Northernlight:
- Baptiste Lopez; violin
- Caroline Bayet: violin
- Deirdre Dowling: viola
- Ageet Zweistra: cello
- Damien Guffroy: double bass
- Nicola Boud: clarinet
- Julien Debordes: bassoon
- Nicolas Chedmail: horn
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