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Grumiaux’s Philips (now Decca) studio recordings have long been benchmarks for insight, probing depth and tonal beauty. These 1966 Schwetzingen Festival performances make a fascinating and valuable pendant: they revel in the youthful invention of Beethoven’s first trio, while the big Mozart E flat Divertimento is lithe and deeply moving. The 1960s radio sound is astonishingly good.

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