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Taneyev’s chamber works are cast on a big scale, infused with a nostalgic late-romanticism that is both winning and slightly cloying. The Martinu Quartet, however, makes the strongest possible case for them, and if there are finer versions of the great Piano Quintet (Piers Lane and Mikhail Pletnev spring to mind), this is a handy way to collect this repertoire.

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