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There has been much controversy over Maisky's playing. Part of the public criticizes his extensive and often extreme use of vibrato and his generally loud playing. [7] Another part feels that Maisky thus maintains a romantic quality – even when interpreting baroque music – that cannot be found in many other players. For example, a review by BBC Magazine writer Jan Smaczny states that ' Maisky's performance of these works could hardly be bettered. Strauss's Sonata has enormous youthful élan, and the arrangements of the Romance for cello and orchestra and "Morgen" are exquisite. The expertly made Dvorák arrangements fare equally well in fact, the performance of the Sonatina matches the finest violin readings with a superb sense of engagement and ensemble in the faster movements. Excellently recorded, this recital wins on all counts (Morgen! Opus 27, Number 4. 1894, Richard Strauss )' [8]

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Brahms Piano Quintet Schumann String Quartet - SCHUMANN - String Quartet No. 1 in A minor, Op. 41, No. 1 II. Scherzo: Presto

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