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06:54

The Remarkable Kolisch Quartett.

Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews a reissue featuring the Kolisch Quartett, a little-known but innovative European ensemble that played in the 30s and 40s. They recorded sparingly, but two of their works have just been reissued.

06:24

Expanding the Definition of Chamber Music.

Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews two new Brahms recordings by the Boston Chamber Music Society. Lloyd says it's great music, and a great argument for chamber music written for something OTHER than string quartet. (The recordings are on Northeastern).

05:29

Music from a Concentration Camp.

Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews a new recording of music by Czech composers Gideon Klein and Viktor Ullmann. Klein and Ullmann were both imprisoned at the Theresienstadt concentration camp during World War 2, and later put to death at Auschwitz. This is the first of 6 planed recordings of music the pair wrote while under Nazi imprisonment.

05:33

Music from a Concentration Camp.

Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews a recording of music by Czech composers Gideon Klein and Viktor Ullman. They were both imprisoned at the Theresienstadt concentration camp during World War 2, and later put to death at Auschwitz. The album is called "Chamber Music from Theresienstadt," on Channel Classics. (Rebroadcast)

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