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SCHULHOFF, E.: String Quartet No. 1 / Duo for Violin and Cello / 5 Pieces (Forck, Reinecke, Vogler String Quartet)

SCHULHOFF, E.: String Quartet No. 1 / Duo for Violin and Cello / 5 Pieces (Forck, Reinecke, Vogler String Quartet)

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release date: December 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Camerata Quartet

Ensemble

Frank Reinecke

Soloist

Camerata Quartet



Record Label
Phil.harmonie

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 47:47
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SCHULHOFF, E.: String Quartet No. 1 / Duo for Violin and Cello / 5 Pieces (Forck, Reinecke, Vogler String Quartet)

     
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ERWIN SCHULHOFF

     
 

String Quartet No. 1

 
1 I. Presto con fuoco 2:16
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble
2 II. Allegretto con moto e con malinconia grotesca 3:48
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble
3 III. Allegro giocoso alla slovacca 2:58
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble
4 IV. Andante molto sostenuto 6:13
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble
     
 

Duo for Violin and Cello

 
5 I. Moderato 6:05
 Frank Reinecke Soloist
6 II. Zingaresca: Allegro giocoso 3:28
 Frank Reinecke Soloist
7 III. Andantino 4:22
 Frank Reinecke Soloist
8 IV. Moderato - Presto fanatico 4:26
 Frank Reinecke Soloist
     
 

5 Pieces

 
9 No. 1. Alla valse viennese 1:59
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble
10 No. 2. Alla serenata 3:14
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble
11 No. 3. Alla Czeca 1:38
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble
12 No. 4. Alla tango milonga 4:25
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble
13 No. 5. Alla tarantella 2:55
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble


The attempt to visualize this music leads us to a sort of museum with tidy showcases, each of them presenting positions and styles of the time around 1920. After returning home from WWI, the composer had to scratch a living doing musical odd jobs. Schulhoff obtained Soviet citizenship, but he was arrested in Prague the day after the German invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941. In 1944, he died in the Wülzburg concentration camp in Germany and it was to take more than 40 years until his work became known and more and more popular.
 
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