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The four players disappeared into the music: we could practically see the work's complicated structure taking place before our very eyes, and the emphatic, repeated chords that swept us movingly through the final Allegro were done with both verve and stateliness. This was ensemble playing at its best, and Beethoven at his best."
— Threepenny Review
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Insects and Paper Airplanes brings together the second, third, and fourth quartets from Lawrence Dillon's Invisible Cities String Quartet Cycle, a set of six string quartets Dillon has been working on since 1998. These quartets are full of passionate lyricism, bone-rattling power chords, rustic charm, quiet introspection, rollicking humor, and exhilarating virtuosity. The fact that this seemingly limitless font of ideas comes to us in brilliantly conceived reexaminations of traditional forms makes the accomplishment of Dillon's music all the more remarkable. Pianist, Benjamin Hochman, joins the Daedalus Quartet for What Happened....
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