The Borodin String Quartet originated in 1945 in the former Soviet Union as the Moscow Philharmonic Quartet. In 1955, the quartet was renamed after Alexander Borodin, a Russian composer and chemist especially interested in creating uniquely Russian art forms.
Their performance of Beethoven's Grosse Fuge for String Quartet in B flat Major, Op.133 is a window into their unique sound and style.
|1||Schubert : String Quintet in C major D956 : II Adagio||1,740 listeners|
|2||Ravel String Quartet In F Major (Tes Lent Excerpt)||1,254 listeners|
|3||Mahler: Quartet for Piano and Strings in A minor: Allegro||599 listeners|
|4||Clarinet Quintet In B Minor, Op. 115: I. Allegro||465 listeners|
|5||Ravel String Quartet In F Major (Tres Lent Excerpt)||362 listeners|
|6||Schubert : String Quintet in C major D956 : II Adagio [Excerpt]||335 listeners|
|7||String Quartet No. 1 in D Major, Op. 11: II. Andante Cantabile||293 listeners|
|8||Clarinet Quintet In B Minor, Op. 115: II. Adagio||276 listeners|
|9||Clarinet Quintet In B Minor, Op. 115: IV. Con Moto||195 listeners|
|10||String Quartet No. 15 In D Minor, K. 421 : I. Allegro Moderato||195 listeners|