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Pavel Haas Quartet

Discussion in 'classical' started by Darkagesound, Oct 24, 2017.

  1. Darkagesound

    Darkagesound pfm Member

    I've just purchased their new release of Dvorak Quintets OP 81 & 97. I've enjoyed all their releases that I've bought. Much acclaimed chamber group - anyone else enjoying them?
     
  2. Todd A

    Todd A pfm Member

    Love the Paval Haas. I have all of their recordings except the new Dvorak, and will be rectifying that soon. All of their recordings are at or near reference quality, starting with Prokofiev and Smetana.
     
  3. clogman

    clogman pfm Member

    Just got the new one in. Can't wait to get my amp back!
     
  4. AndyU

    AndyU pfm Member

    Yes, they are absolutely outstanding. The Schubert, Smetana and previous Dvořák cds are tremendous, full on, really strong performances. Only listened to the Piano Quintet from the most recent cd. Have been lucky enough to hear them live. The next time they are in the U.K. is February 11 next year.

    http://www.pavelhaasquartet.com/en/concerts/

    btw, Qobuz has a large chunk of their catalogue.
     

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