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Work: String Quartet no. 2 in A minor, Op.13

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ComposerMendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847)
Work typeChamber
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AmsterdamTakács Quartet plays Mendelsshon, Beethoven and Bartók

© Amanda Tipton
Beethoven, Bartók, Mendelssohn
Takács Quartet

IlminsterRuisi Quartet

© Rémi Rière
Britten, Haydn, Mendelssohn
Ruisi Quartet

SeattleBeethoven & Ravel

Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Ravel
Members of Seattle Symphony


Hindemith, Klein, Ullmann, Mendelssohn
Ekaterina Kushvid-Heckmair; Thomas Brogsitter; Julie Wagner; Christian Schuhknecht

BarcelonaAn evening with string quartets

An evening with string quartets
Kurtág, Mendelssohn, Vigh, Brahms, Ligeti
Aris Quartet; Dudok Quartet Amsterdam; Esmé Quartet
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ACO’s ‘Soloists’ concert in Sydney

Timo-Veikko Valve © Gary Heery
With Satu Vänskä at the helm, the ACO delivers a thrilling series of performances in an ecclectic program at the City Recital Hall, Sydney
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Haydn, Mendelssohn, Britten... and passing seagulls

Elias String Quartet © Benjamin Ealovega
The classy Elias String Quartet brighten the morning with enjoyable Haydn and Mendelssohn, but Britten doesn't sit quite right. 
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Edinburgh Quartet: Youth

The Edinburgh Quartet in a programme of early works showing promise - then and now - and radical change of direction. 
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Mendelssohn, Bach, Piazzolla and Brahms with the Artemis Quartet at mozart@augsburg

The Mozartkirche, a grand Catholic church in Biberbach, provided a somewhat reverential setting for the sixth concert in the mozart@augsburg series. It was also a distinct contrast to the elaborate Small Golden Hall in which the previous evening’s concert, “Chamber Music Pearls”, was held.
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Edinburgh International Festival: Quatuor Ébène at the Queen's Hall

There are few better openers to a string quartet recital than Haydn, the man who developed the genre into the democratic dialogue capable of drawing 900 listeners. Few better examples of this democracy exist than the variations which constitute the second movement of his 1796–97 String Quartet in C major Op. 76 no. 3, “Emperor”.
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