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Offline FŽanor

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Re: Most "accessible" Beethoven's string quartets
« Reply #80 on: March 23, 2017, 07:20:05 AM »
I think as one meaning of "accessible" is usually taken that not too many repeats are necessary to get "into" a piece. Otherwise the distinction to "thorny but worth the effort" seems lost...

Ah well, that would be one definition of "accessible".  It's a question of how many repeats are "not too many".  In my case it was as many as 8 times for some of the Late quarters -- that would be too many for some people no doubt.

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