XI. - György Kurtág - Athena Quartett* - Complete Works For String Quartet (SACD, Album)

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  1. Sep 08,  · Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America String Quartet, Op. 1: VI. Adagio · Quatuor Molinari György Kurtág: Complete String Quartets ℗ ATMA Classique Released on: .
  2. The Arditti Quartet here performs all three of Kurtag's string quartets, along with Lutoslawski's one quartet, and Gubaidulina's second as well -- the recordings are from It adds up to 70 minutes of music, and if it was a vinyl LP, it would fit perfectly, with 35 minutes of Kurtag on Side 1, and 35 minutes of Lutoslawski (25") and 5/5(1).
  3. Near the very end of György Ligeti's Second String Quartet, there's an uncanny moment -- far too private to be the icon it should be -- where the work's previous 20 minutes suddenly seem to vanish, and the spirit reveals itself. Four and a half movements of the most myriad variance have passed; all manner of texture and timbre, acrobatics, and still scenes have been put forth; and after a.
  4. The Amphion String Quartet’s performance of Ravel’s F-Major Quartet went from gripping intensity to a fetching realization of the très rythmé marking of the second movement, followed by broadly sung passages, leading to the suspense and virtuoso playing of the last movement. Violinists Katie Hyun and David Southorn, violist Wei-Yang.
  5. Gyorgy Kurtag has been strongly influenced by the Vienna School, particularly Webern and Schoenberg, as well as Pierre Boulez. His first string quartet was composed in and was the first groundbreaking piece in his career. The series of quartets which followed was largely dedicated to composers, performers, and friends who he admired.
  6. Label: Neos - NEOS • Format: SACD Album, Multichannel • Country: Germany • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary György Kurtág - Athena Quartett* - Complete Works For String Quartet (, SACD 5/5(1).
  7. Athena Strings made my dreams of an outside wedding possible and for that, I am eternally grateful 😊 The music was a beautiful addition to our Wedding and it kept our guests entertained during the canape reception while we snuck off for some pictures. So once again, thank-you so much for making our Wedding Day so incredibly special.".
  8. A. Eaglefield-Hull, A Dictionary of Modern Music and Musicians (Dent, London ) (pre entries) R.D. Darrell, The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded Music (New York ) J.R. Bennett, Smetana on Records (Oakwood Press, ) E. Sackville-West and D. Shawe-Taylor, The Record Year 2 (Collins, London ).
  9. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for György Kurtág: Complete Works for String Quartet - Athena Quartet on AllMusic - - It 8/

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