What Tchaikovsky could do to bring out the full gamut of expressive content inherent in a string instrument is unique. Beluska’s violin and Reuss’s cello, sometimes singly and often in unison, sang out with rich, full sound, communicating beautifully with each other and endowing the whole with deep sentiment that never degenerated into sentimentality.

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