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MIT Schubert Quintet Performance - Part 2

MIT students and alums of the MIT Chamber Music Society play the 45 minute long String Quintet in C major by Franz Schubert. This is the second movement. One of the best works of chamber music. Gorgeous and complex. Bravo to David Somach and Ari Umans violins, Stephen Chang viola, Boris Khaykovich and Drew Wolpert cellos. Thanks to Marcus Thompson coach. Killian Hall, December, 2010. And there's more.

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