Borodin: Piano Quintet & String Quartet No 2

Russia in the nineteenth century had little need for chamber music—no Parisian-style competitive quartetting here. But out of this very isolation came a small, but nonetheless mighty, handful of works: those by Borodin are among the finest. Piers Lane and the Goldner String Quartet revel in what they find.

CDA68166  77 minutes 51 seconds
‘A winning lyrical touch, well-projected energy and an instinctive feel for the musical language’ (Gramophone)
BBC Music Magazine
The Observer