If the memory of the Italian architects who created their work and talent: palaces, cathedrals, monuments of St. Petersburg is still alive today, then the musical life of Russia in the 18th century for an ordinary listener begins, as a rule, only with the work of M. I. Glinka.Filling the existing gap, record label ReachSound. Art, in the continuation of the series “Russian Early Music” released a unique recording of the string quartet by Josephus Andreas Fodor, allegedly written in 1790 and performed by the ensemble “Soloists of Catherine the Great”.

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