Schubert - String Quartet No.10 in E flat major, op.125 No.1, D.87

Schubert began composing string quartets when he was thirteen, initially to play with his family. Like himself, his two brothers were accomplished, though far from virtuoso, violinists, his father played the cello competently, and Schubert for purposes of the family quartet regularly took the viola part. The String Quartet No. 10 (D 87) in E-flat major was composed by Franz Schubert in 1813. It was posthumously published as Op. 125 No. 1. VIDEO: Kiev String Quartet "Rasumovsky"

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