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Moravian Quartet, Luigi Boccherini, Giuseppe Verdi - Verdi String Quartet In E Minor / Boccherini String Quartet In E Flat Major mp3 album

Moravian Quartet, Luigi Boccherini, Giuseppe Verdi - Verdi String Quartet In E Minor / Boccherini String Quartet In E Flat Major mp3 album
Performer: Moravian Quartet
Title: Verdi String Quartet In E Minor / Boccherini String Quartet In E Flat Major
Released: 1971
Style: Romantic, Classical
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 419
Formats: MOD FLAC DXD AAC AHX ADX MP2
MP3 size: 1193 mb
FLAC size: 1964 mb

Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi (tracks: A1 - A4), Luigi Boccherini (tracks: B1 - B2). Ensemble – Moravian Quartet. Viola – Ludvík Borýsek. Violin – Jiří Beneš (2). Violin – Rudolf Šťastný.

String Quartet In E Minor. Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi. Mono recording electronically reprocessed to give Stereo effect on stereo equipment. Verdi (side A) recorded 1950 Boccherini (side B) recorded 1948. Matrix, Runout (Label, side 1): EAL 609.

Quartet in E-Flat Major, Op. 6 No. 3 for 2 violins, viola & violoncello: II. Tempo di Minuetto - Luigi Boccherini, 5:520:30. 7. Quartet in E-Flat Major, Op. 3 for 2 violins, viola & violoncello: III. Allegro con brio - Luigi Boccherini, 3:540:30. 8. Quartettino in G Major, Op. 44 No. 4, for 2 violins, viola & violoncello "La Tiranna Spagnola": I. Presto - Luigi Boccherini, 5:050:30. 9. 4, for 2 violins, viola & violoncello "La Tiranna Spagnola": II. Tempo di Minuetto - Luigi Boccherini, 5:320:30.

The set includes the String Quartet in E minor of Giuseppe Verdi, the only really well-known work in the bunch. If you've ever wondered what else was happening among Italian instrumentalists, you can learn a lot from this set, but its range could have been even greater. The first three discs are devoted to the quartets of Luigi Boccherini, all of them attractive works but none actually composed in Italy (Boccherini moved to Paris and then to Spain, where he worked for most of his life).

Boccherini & Verdi: String Quartets Nuovo Quartetto. Quartet In e Minor for 2 Violins, Viola & Violoncello: I. Allegro. 2. Quartet In e Minor for 2 Violins, Viola & Violoncello: II. Andantino. 3. Quartet In e Minor for 2 Violins, Viola & Violoncello: III. Prestissimo. 4. Quartet In e Minor for 2 Violins, Viola & Violoncello: IV. Scherzo Fuga : Allegro Assai Mosso. Tempo Di Minuetto. Allegro Con Brio. Presto.

Northern String Quartet & Luigi Boccherini. String Quintet in E Major, Op. 11, No. 5: III. Minuetto. Quintetto Boccherini. 11 No. 5 . 75: Minuet. Прослушать Скачать 04:05. Mischa Maisky, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Minuet From String Quintet In E Major, O. 3 N. Прослушать Скачать 03:23. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.

String Quartet in E-flat major. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. No. 41 ; O. ; O. 0 N. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.

Thursday, March 16, 2017. Verdi - String Quartet In E Minor. Giuseppe Verdi is most well remembered as a composer of operas. His first opera, Oberto had its premiere in 1839, and his last, Falstaff was premiered in 1893. Some of his operas are the most popular ever written and are still performed by opera companies around the world. III. Prestissimo - The key of E minor returns in this rhythmically biting scherzo, the shortest movement of the quartet. The trio in A major is a song for the cello with pizzicato accompaniment. IV. Scherzo Fuga: Allegro assai mosso - Verdi calls this a scherzo fugue, which means despite the use of the form, a certain amount of good humor is in the mix. Verdi shifts the tonal center chromatically often, and the music is constantly moving forward until the key of E major brings the work to a close.

Tracklist

Giuseppe Verdi String Quartet In E Minor
1 Allegro 8:30
2 Andantino 7:25
3 Prestissimo 3:15
4 Scherzo. Fuga. Allegro Assai Mosso 4:30
Luigi Boccherini String Quartet In E Flat Major
5 Allegretto Lento 5:00
6 Menuetto - Allegro 3:55
7 Larghetto 4:50
8 Finale. Allegro Vivo Assai 5:00

Credits

  • Cello – Bedřich Havlík
  • Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi (tracks: A1 - A4), Luigi Boccherini (tracks: B1 - B2)
  • Ensemble – Moravian Quartet
  • Viola – Ludvík Borýsek
  • Violin [I] – Jiří Beneš
  • Violin [Ii] – Rudolf Šťastný

Notes

Recorded at the Supraphon studios, Prague, 1969
manufacturing code 71 1
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