Piano Quintet in C major, Op posth.


Date: 1904-48
For: Piano, 2 violins, viola, cello
Published by: Zimmermann 1955
Availability: Zimmermann (1999, ed. Flamm)

Recordings

Medtner/Aeolian Qt (Cave/Dight/Forber/Moore) 1949 CD St-Laurent (vol.7) YSL 78-027†

Bakhchiev/Grach/Danchenko/Sitkovetsky/Simon c.1965 LP Melodiya D 016517/8

Svetlanov/Borodin Qt 1968‡ CD Warner 5101145182, Evgeny Svetlanov Foundation SVET 42-47 6cds, Russian Disc RDCD11017 - nla

Postnikova/Ignateva/Stepanian/Boguslavsky/Ivashkin 1980/Moscow* LP Melodiya C10-14929/30

Binns/New London Quintet 1981 LP Cambridge Records CAM2, HNH 4058

Alexeev/New Budapest Qt 1994 CD Hyperion CDA66744

Korobov/State Prokofieff Qt 1996 CD Carlton Classics 30366 0058-2 - nla

Scherbakov/Danel/Tedla/Bourová/Podhoranský 1996 CD Naxos 8553390

Lagerspetz/Musica Viva 1996 CD Russian Compact Disc 30203

Milne/Pro Arte Qt 2000 CD CRD3515

Konsistorum/Krasko/Spektor/Konsistorum/Lukjanenko 2001 CD Henschel, with the biography

Zhukov/Schikedanz/Neskodovska/Krist/Breith 2002 CD Telos TLS037

Zilberstein/Schwarzberg/Hall/Romanoff-Schwarzberg/Zhao 2012/Lugano* CD EMI 7211192 3cds

† From an unpublished HMV recording.

‡ CDs wrongly give the Borodin Quartet's post-1976 lineup. The first and second violins should be Rostislav Dubinsky (who emigated to the USA) and Jaroslav Alexandrov. The cellist's name is Valentin Berlinsky not Vladimir.