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Chamber Music - BERG, A. / BEETHOVEN, L. van / BARTOK, B. (Tokyo String Quartet) (Schwetzinger Festspiele Edition, 1971)

Chamber Music - BERG, A. / BEETHOVEN, L. van / BARTOK, B. (Tokyo String Quartet) (Schwetzinger Festspiele Edition, 1971)

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Camerata Quartet

Ensemble

Tokyo String Quartet

Chamber

Venue:

Schwetzinger Schloss, Germany

Venue

Record Label
Hanssler

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 79:07
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Chamber Music - BERG, A. / BEETHOVEN, L. van / BARTOK, B. (Tokyo String Quartet) (Schwetzinger Festspiele Edition, 1971)

     
Select Complete Single Disc for
 

ALBAN BERG

 

String Quartet, Op. 3

 
1 I. Langsam 10:24
2 II. Massige Viertel 10:44
     
 

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

 

String Quartet No. 10 in E flat major, Op. 74, "Harp"

 
3 I. Poco adagio - Allegro 8:08
4 II. Adagio ma non troppo 10:03
5 III. Presto 4:13
6 IV. Allegretto con variazioni 6:35
     
 

BELA BARTOK

 

String Quartet No. 1, Op. 7, BB 52

 
7 I. Lento 8:56
8 II. Allegretto 9:54
9 III. Allegro vivace 10:10
     
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble


One of the best quartets in the world will come to an end in June 2013—making this release doubly valuable. There is a pure musical value of an extraordinary creative program, and it is an opportunity to experience a concert given by the quartet more than 30 years ago. A certain sense of nostalgia definitely appears when hearing this music.

"A welcome new release of a great ensemble’s early concert appearance."

Tim Homfray - The Strad - December 2013


"... The Tokyo players work together, and the recording does them justice; it’s rich and resonant. There is a little audience sound - mostly in the Beethoven - and there are a few odd resonances in the Bartok; but no applause is included. The interpretations are sometimes daring, but the result is effective."

David W Moore - American Record Gude - November/December 2013


 "... This release offers an interesting and satisfying program.  I recommend it for  its fine performances and as a document of this soon-to-be late lamented ensemble’s early concertizing activity."

Daniel Morrison - Fanfare - September/October 2013




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