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America's greatest and most enduring chamber ensemble – the Grammyâ Award-winning Juilliard String Quartet – celebrates its eighth decade with the release of a new Sony Classical recording of music from three centuries by Ludwig van Beethoven, Béla Bartók and Argentinian-American composer Mario Davidovsky. The new recording was released on October 26, 2018. A movement of the Beethoven quartet on the recording is available now via all digital and streaming platforms.
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