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Borromeo Quartet
The Borromeo String quartet, including the new second violinist Kristopher Tong, played Brahms on Sunday. (Liz Linder) Liz Linder
Music Review

Glimpsing two faces of Brahms

Modern, classic takes yield a full profile

By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / November 7, 2006

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With their autumnal warmth, their wide rivers of melody, and their unalloyed passion, the chamber works of Brahms have earned a special place in the hearts of many music lovers. So it came as little surprise that two all-Brahms programs on Sunday afternoon were sold out: the sextets at the Gardner Museum and the violin sonatas at Jordan Hall. Attendance ... (Full article: 489 words)

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