6 sonatas a quattro

Rossini wrote his string symphonies when he was very young -probably around 12-, and each of them begins with a playful mood, as if the youth were familiar with Mozart's operatic overtures. They were first published -with the exception of no. 3- in a standard string quartet form, rather than the more unusual 2 vl - 2 vc - 1 cb formation.

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RecordingRossini - Sonata for Strings No. 3 - 1
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RecordingRossini - Sonata for Strings No. 3 - 2
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RecordingRossini - Sonata for Strings No. 3 - 3
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