Schubert, Franz - Quintet In C Major Op. 163 D. 956. Peters Edition. | 5657 106
  • Schubert, Franz - Quintet In C Major Op. 163 D. 956. Peters Edition. | 5657 106
  • Schubert, Franz - Quintet In C Major Op. 163 D. 956. Peters Edition. | 5657 106
  • Schubert, Franz - Quintet In C Major Op. 163 D. 956. Peters Edition. | 5657 106
  • Schubert, Franz - Quintet In C Major Op. 163 D. 956. Peters Edition. | 5657 106
  • Schubert, Franz - Quintet In C Major Op. 163 D. 956. Peters Edition. | 5657 106

Schubert, Franz - Quintet In C Major Op. 163 D. 956. Peters Edition.

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Grading: advanced (more musically challenging, shifting and more complex rhythms, more difficult key signatures, more advanced bowings and techniques, suitable for someone with fairly extensive playing ability)

Staff Recommended: "As a cellist, this piece is truly a gem, encapsulating the full range of human emotions with depth and complexity; the thrilling melodies and rich textures bring out the best in chamber musicianship... and a quintet with two cello parts: what more could cellists want?"
- Hans Anderson, Cellist and Shar Fine Instruments Specialist

"A radio program once took a survey as to what people thought was the greatest piece of music ever written. I would have to agree with the results - this piece was one of the most voted. It is always an outstanding performance piece, but it is also extremely satisfying to play for fun with good friends."
- Paul Cheng, Violinist and Showroom Instrument Specialist
Grading: advanced (more musically challenging, shifting and more complex rhythms, more difficult key signatures, more advanced bowings and techniques, suitable for someone with fairly extensive playing ability)

Staff Recommended: "As a cellist, this piece is truly a gem, encapsulating the full range of human emotions with depth and complexity; the thrilling melodies and rich textures bring out the best in chamber musicianship... and a quintet with two cello parts: what more could cellists want?"
- Hans Anderson, Cellist and Shar Fine Instruments Specialist

"A radio program once took a survey as to what people thought was the greatest piece of music ever written. I would have to agree with the results - this piece was one of the most voted. It is always an outstanding performance piece, but it is also extremely satisfying to play for fun with good friends."
- Paul Cheng, Violinist and Showroom Instrument Specialist

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