Rossetti String Quartet

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Saturday, February 09, 2008

Praised as "a vital force among chamber music ensembles," The California based Rossetti String Quartet takes their name from 19th century Pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti, whose artistic ideas about the use of color, poetry, and naturalism are embodied in the group's musicianship. This concert includes works by Mozart, Dvorak and Ravel, recorded live by WNYC at the Frick Museum.


Rossetti String Quartet

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Rosalie Kirsch from Culver City, California

Are there any recordings available of the Rossetti String Quartet playing Ravel String Quartet in F Major? If so, how can I get a copy?
I would love to own one, even though I am aware that it wouldn't have the same effect as watching and hearing them in person.

The performance in Westwood California tonight (February 25, 2008) was spellbinding.

Editor's note:
You can order it from CD Baby online at:

Feb. 26 2008 03:46 AM

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