Released by Deutsche Grammophon Classics Apr 2015 23 Tracks. PLAY ALL. Webern: Works For String Quartet; String Trio O. 0. Released by Deutsche Grammophon Classics Apr 2015 23 Tracks.
Rondo For String Quartet (C. 1906). 15. Movement For String Trio, Op. Posth. Composed By – Anton Webern. Ensemble – Emerson String Quartet. Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Mary Ann McCormick (tracks: 16 to 18).
The String Quartet, Op. 28 by Anton Webern is written for the standard string quartet group of two violins, viola and cello. It was the last piece of chamber music that Webern wrote (his other late works include two cantatas Op. 29/31 and the Variations for Orchestra, Op. 30). The work was initially planned in November 1936 and was premiered at the Coolidge Festival in Pittsfield, Massachusetts on September 22, 1938 in response to a commission that year from Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge.
Six Bagatelles for String Quartet, Op. 9: V. Äußerst langsam. 69 BPM. 14. Six Bagatelles for String Quartet, Op. 9: VI. Fließend. 16, Vasks: String Quartet no. 4. 2012. Complete Songs With Piano. Vocal and Orchestral Works. Symphony, op. 21, Six Pieces, op. 6, Concerto for Nine Instruments, op.
Opening with the longest single movement Anton Webern ever composed, this collection of his nine works for string quartet and trio covers his entire career. For starters, it bears reminding that the first, longest movement he wrote encompasses a mere nine minutes-glorious minutes, but only nine of them. Webern: String Trio O. 0 - 1. Sehr langsam by Emerson String Quartet. 20. 30. 0 - 2. Sehr getragen und ausdrucksvoll. by Emerson String Quartet. Sehr getragen und ausdrucksvoll by Emerson String Quartet.
Emerson String Quartet. Ensemble, Primary Artist. Wolf-Dieter Karwatky.
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