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Georges Onslow: String Quintets, Vol. 2 – Nos. 10 and 22

Elan Quintet

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String Quintet No. 10 in F Minor, Op. 32  
1
I. Largo - Allegro
George Onslow; Elan Quintet
8:53
2
II. Andante
George Onslow; Elan Quintet
7:54
3
III. Menuetto. Allegro impetuoso
George Onslow; Elan Quintet
5:32
4
IV. Allegro agitato
George Onslow; Elan Quintet
7:16
String Quintet No. 22 in E Flat Major, Op. 57  
5
I. Allegro non tanto vivace
George Onslow; Elan Quintet
11:28
6
II. Adagio
George Onslow; Elan Quintet
8:33
7
III. Scherzo. Allegro
George Onslow; Elan Quintet
5:40
8
IV. Finale pastorale. Allegretto grazioso
George Onslow; Elan Quintet
10:06
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:22
“The performances by the Elan Quintet are outstanding—brilliant playing all around...”
- Jerry Dubins, Fanfare

“Onslow is a composer of imagination and beauty, and these are highly interesting and worthwhile works.”
- David W. Moore, American Record Guide

The little known 19th-century French-English composer George Onslow is the focus of this release from the highly international Elan Quintet, whose members hail form the US, Russia, Romania, Germany, and Taiwan. The second volume in a multi-release series, here the Elan musicians present Onslow's String Quintets Nos. 10 and 22. Lively and inventive, these hidden gems are well worth the discovery.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at the Auditorio de Rafelbunyol, Rafelbunyol, Valencia, Spain
Produced and Engineered by Phil Rowlands

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