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Franz Schubert's final chamber work, the String Quintet in C major (D. , Op. posth. ) is sometimes called the "Cello Quintet" because it is scored for a standard string quartet plus an extra Schubert submitted it to one of his publishers, Heinrich Albert Probst, for consideration, saying that "finally I have written a quintet.
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It's a formidably satisfying performance, and you get the Quartettsatz, all Schubert completed of a planned C minor quartet, as an equally searching and remarkable bonus. Topics Classical music.


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Catherine's College, Cambridge, as a choral scholar. This meant he was an adult-voice member of the college's chapel choir and received thorough training in voice and interpretation and a scholarship to the college for singing daily services during the school term.

While there, he also won an award for his cello playing. As a Cambridge student he studied with the great teacher William Pleeth.

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He played his debut recital in at St. John's, Smith Square. His accompanist was Howard Moody, who before and since has been Watkin's duo performance partner. They had already been friends for ten years, meeting in when they were both members of the National Youth Orchestra in Britain.

Watkin believes in informing his music making with scholarship, and does considerable research into the history and performing practice of the music he plays. This has naturally led him into the "period" or "authentic" performance movement.