Ludwig van Beethoven's late string quartets are the following works: Opus 127: String Quartet No. 12 in E♭ major (1825). Opus 130: String Quartet No. 13 in B♭ major (1825). Opus 131: String Quartet No. 14 in C♯ minor (1826). Opus 132: String Quartet No. 15 in A minor (1825). Opus 133: Große Fuge in B♭ major (1825; originally the finale to Op. 130; it also exists in a piano four-hands transcription, Op. 134). Opus 135: String Quartet No. 16 in F major (1826).
Download Beethoven: The Middle Quartets by Arianna String Quartet in high-resolution audio at ProStudioMasters. These varied and stylistically boundary-pushing pieces are then followed by the String Quartets Nos. 10 and 11, nicknamed the Harp and Serioso respectively, all of which are performed with fire and the utmost nuance by the world-class Arianna musicians. Brahms: The Hungarian Connection Andreas Ottensamer. 96. Introit: The Music of Gerald Finzi Amy Dickson; Nicolas Fleury; Thomas Gould; Tom Poster; Aurora Orchestra; Nicholas Collon. Sas Agapo Alain Lefèvre.
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Instead, the Belcea Quartet takes pains to interpret the quartets in unpredictable ways, giving each part and movement a strong character and providing an edginess that maintains a high level of suspense. In a sense, the early quartets are punchy and brash, the middle quartets are knotty and serious, and the late ones are elevated but not treated with excessive reverence. Tempos overall are brisk and the tone is sometimes brusque and even rough, creating a harshness and tension that may be too strong for some ears
Videos, Photos, CDs, DVDs, BluRays, Tickets, Tourdaten, Merchandise, RSS News Feeds. The Hungarian Quartet, formed in 1935, embodied the very best of the Central European tradition of string-playing, and this cycle, recorded in Paris in the early 1950s, represents an essential staging post in the quest for Beethoven These performances will give endless pleasure, wrote Gramophone. he ensemble attack and technical proficiency of this quartet are beyond prais. nd so is their. These recordings have now been remastered from the original tapes in 24BIT-96kHz digital sound. Beethoven: String Quartet No. 11 in F Minor, Op. 95, "Quartetto serioso": II. Allegretto ma non troppo - Hungarian Quartet. 03.
Beethoven, The Hungarian Quartet - The String Quartets, Vol. 4 (The Middle Quartets): Quartet No. 7 In F Major, O. 9, N. "Rasoumovsky" (LP, Album, Club, RE). World Record Club, The Record Society, World Record Club, The Record Society.
String Quartet No. 95 "Serioso". Mozart: Homage - The Six Quartets Dedicated to Haydn. Beethoven: The Late Quartets, Vol. 3. 2009. Beethoven: The Early Quartets, Vol. 1.
Beethoven: The Middle Quartets. Arianna String Quartet String Quartet. CDs: 3 Tracks: 20 Length: 2:41:48. Ludwig van Beethoven Composer. String Quartet N. 1 in F-, O. 5 ('Serioso') Work. Beethoven: Complete Quartets Vo. V. Orford String Quartet. Beethoven: String Quartets O. 9, No. and 3 ('Razumovsky'). Beethoven: The Early String Quartets, O. 8. Arianna String Quartet. Mozart: Horn Concerto N. in Eb, . 47; Quartet for Piano and Strings in G-, . 78; Clarinet Quintet in A ('Stadler'), . 81.
This luxury Belcea Quartet Box brings a new high-definition audiovisual reference recording of Beethoven's Complete String Quartets! The ensemble embarked on the complete cycle of Beethoven string quartets, playing the whole program within twelve days, and recorded at the Wiener Konzerthaus in 2012, with each concert featuring one work from the early, middle and late quartets, including perhaps the most exciting of all works by Beethoven: the Opus 133, the 'Große Fuge' which he wrote as the finale of the. quartet Opus 130. This music, just sounds forever 'avant-garde'.
|Quartet No. 7 In F Major, Op. 59 No. 1 ("Rasumovsky")|
|A2||II. Allegretto Vivace E Sempre Scherzando|
|B1||III. Adagio Molto E Mesto|
|B2||IV. Thème Russe: Allegro In F Major|
|Quartet No. 8 In E Minor, Op. 59 No. 2 ("Rasumovsky")|
|Quartet No. 11 In F Minor, Op. 95|
|D2||Allegro Con Brio|
|D3||Allegretto Ma Non Troppo|
|D4||Allegro Assai Vivace Ma Serioso|
|D5||Larghetto Espressivo - Allegretto Agitato|
|Quartet No. 9 In C Major, Op. 59 No. 3 ("Rasumovsky")|
|E1||Introduzione (Andante Con Moto) - Allegro Vivace|
|E2||Andante Con Moto Quasi Allegretto|
|Quartet No. 10 In E Flat Major, Op. 74 ("Harp")|
|F1||Poco Adagio - Allegro|
|F2||Adagio Ma Non Troppo|
|F4||Allegretto Con Variazioni|
- Cello – Gabor Magyar
- Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
- Ensemble – The Hungarian Quartet
- Viola – Denes Koromzay
- Violin – Michael Kuttner, Zoltan Szekely
NotesRecorded in France
Second catalog number on cover.
|CCA 1073/5, CCA 1073 À 5||Beethoven*, Le Quatuor Hongrois*||Beethoven*, Le Quatuor Hongrois* - Quatuors À Cordes N° 7 À 11 (3xLP + Box)||Columbia, Columbia||CCA 1073/5, CCA 1073 À 5||France||1966|