OPUS 59 The Razumovsky Files

OPUS 59 The Razumovsky Files

Derek "D-day" Kendall’s New Album, Opus 59; The Razumovsky Files is a Fresh Approach to Beethoven's String Quartets It is always a welcome event when the pioneering spirit explores and conquers uncharted territory. It's the thing legends are made of. Derek "D-day" Kendall and his new album is no exception. Opus 59; The Razumovsky Files is a departure from the "standard" arrangement and performance of Beethoven's middle period string quartets.
D-day performs all four parts of what is normally an arrangement for 2 violins a viola and cello, on concert acoustic guitar.
D-day, not only performs all of the parts of the entirety of Ludwig Van Beethoven's Opus 59 string quartets, he has also brought, as a producer, a uniquely modern flavor to the individual parts, as well.

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