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Anton Bruckner’s String Quintet in F major was composed at the suggestion of the famous Viennese violinist Joseph Hellmesberger.
Contemporaneous with his Fifth and Sixth Symphonies, it is a deftly written Romantic work, symphonic in scale but intimate in character, whose Adagio expresses an almost unbearable bliss.
Composed in 1862, though rediscovered only decades after his death, the String Quartet in C minor brings into play Bruckner’s love of Bach and admiration for Schubert while pointing towards his own later symphonic style.
Anton Bruckner: String Quintet in F major, WAB 112
II. Scherzo: Schnell - Trio: Langsamer
IV. Finale: Lebhaft bewegt
Anton Bruckner: Intermezzo in D minor, WAB 113
Intermezzo in D minor, WAB 113
Anton Bruckner: String Quartet in C minor, WAB 111
I. Allegro moderato
III. Scherzo: Presto
IV. Rondo: Schnell
Anton Bruckner: Rondo in C minor (alternative Finale for String Quartet in C minor, WAB 111)
Rondo in C minor (alternative Finale for String Quartet in C minor, WAB 111)