Schumann: String Quartets Op. 41 / Modigliani Quar
''I consider them the best works of my earlier years,'' writes Robert Schumann of his three String Quartets Op.41. Composed in 1842, they embody the jubilant triumph of musical and inner struggle, in which the composer finds himself master of a new era of creativity. The Modigliani Quartet unveils the intimate dialogue within these works, a poetic conversation between the past and the future, where a noble tradition encounters the heights of Romantic expression.