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The Composer's String Quartet - The Composer's String Quartet Plays Literature Of American Contemporary Composers album flac Performer: The Composer's String Quartet
Title: The Composer's String Quartet Plays Literature Of American Contemporary Composers
Style: Modern, Contemporary
Released: 1977
MP3 album: 1203 mb
FLAC album: 1449 mb
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Genre: Classical

Cello – Michael Rudiakov. Ensemble – The Composer's String Quartet. Liner Notes – Elliot Carter. Liner Notes – Jean Dane. Liner Notes – Gunther Schuller. Liner Notes – Richard Swift. Violin – Matthew Raimondi.

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The string quartet was developed into its current form by the Austrian composer Joseph Haydn, with his works in the 1750s establishing the genre. Ever since Haydn's day the string quartet has been considered a prestigious form and represents one of the true tests of the composer's art. With four parts to play with, a composer working in anything like the classical key system has enough lines to fashion a full argument, but none to spare for padding. Variations of string quartet. Many other chamber groups can be seen as modifications of the string quartet

Album · 2011 · 6 Songs. String Quartet No. 4: I. Appassionato.

Warning Please note that this list is manually updated, and may not contain IMSLP's complete collection. To generate automatically updated lists see "Browse by Work genre" in the sidebar. For string quartets plus another instrument, see the respective instrument. 1 Two violins, viola, violoncello.

Greatest string quartet composers? A time-honored genre, often with a composer's finest musical efforts. From Haydn to today: Who are the greatest composers of quartets? Vote for two or three! Reply With Quote. Two that don't tempt me are Brahms and Shostakovich. Though to me the latter's 8th is the greatest string quartet since Schubert, if not since Beethoven, there's not a lot to recommend the rest of them. Liberty for wolves is death to the lambs.

The Jerusalem Quartet, a string quartet made of members (from left) Alexander Pavlovsky, Sergei Bresler, Kyril Zlontnikov and Ori Kam, perform Brahms’s String Quartet in A minor at the 92nd Street Y on Saturday night, October 25, 2014. Photo by Hiroyuki Ito/Getty Images. From Haydn’s first quartet to his last, a glorious progression of the composer’s development of the form is remarkably apparent. The model of composition of his Opus 9 quartets became the standard string quartet form. Listen to Hadyn’s String Quartet in C Major, Op. 9, No. 1 on YouTube. Generally, the music composed for a string quartet reflects the four movement form of an orchestra: a fast first movement followed by a slow second movement, a dance-like third movement, and a fast forth movement.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Gunther Schuller String Quartet # 1
Composed By – Gunther Schuller
A2 Henry Cowell Quartet Euphometric
Composed By – Henry Cowell
A3 Igor Stravinsky Double Canon
Composed By – Igor Stravinsky
B1 Richard Swift String Quartet IV
Composed By – Richard Swift
B2 Elliott Carter Elegy For String Quartet
Composed By – Elliott Carter

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Golden Crest
  • Distributed By – Golden Crest Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Cello – Michael Rudiakov
  • Ensemble [String Quartet] – The Composer's String Quartet*
  • Liner Notes [On Elegy For String Quartet] – Elliot Carter
  • Liner Notes [On Quartet Euphometric And Double Canon] – Jean Dane*
  • Liner Notes [On String Quartet # 1] – Gunther Schuller
  • Liner Notes [On String Quartet IV] – Richard Swift
  • Viola – Jean Dane*
  • Violin [First Violin] – Matthew Raimondi
  • Violin [Second Violin] – Anahid Ajemian

Notes

℗ 1977

On labels: "SQ System | COMPATIBLE QUADROPHONIC"

On non-laminated back cover:
"EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS: GOLDEN CREST CRECORDS
220 Broadway, Huntington Station, N.Y."