Brahms: String Sextet No. 2

Brahms: String Sextet No. 2

About this recording

Brahms wrote his string sextets when he was only twenty-seven, somewhat haunted by the shadow of his idol Beethoven and his revolutionary achievements in the traditional genre of the string quartet. Despite that though, Brahms's lucid, lush and gorgeously balanced writing effortlessly showcase his unique and personal voice, expertly executed here by the Capuçon brothers and friends.

Curated by

Maryna Boiko

Primephonic Curator

About this recording

Brahms wrote his string sextets when he was only twenty-seven, somewhat haunted by the shadow of his idol Beethoven and his revolutionary achievements in the traditional genre of the string quartet. Despite that though, Brahms's lucid, lush and gorgeously balanced writing effortlessly showcase his unique and personal voice, expertly executed here by the Capuçon brothers and friends.

Curated by

Maryna Boiko

Primephonic Curator

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