- Performer:Arditti Quartet
- Title:Bartok: Quartet No.4; Gubaidulina: Quartet No.3; Schnittke: Quartet No.2
- Style:Chamber Music,Modern Composition
- Date of release:August 1, 1992
- Size FLAC version1855 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1734 megabytes
- Size WMA version1716 megabytes
- Formats:AIFF RA MOD MP1 MMF VOX
Bartok: Quartet N. ; Gubaidulina: Quartet N. ; Schnittke: Quartet N.
Bela Bartok's String Quartet No. 4 (1927) is extremely representative of his mature work with its symmetrical structure, highly confident use of extended techniques, quarter tones, and dance rhythms. The latter of both the inner and outer framing movements is a development on the first, and the central movement is an example of his eerie "night music". I have to admit, though, that the Fourth is not my favourite Bartok quartet, and I like the Third a lot better, an elegantly compact work with not a note wasted. Alfred Schnittke's String Quartet No. 2 (1980) is one of the masterpieces of his mature polystylic period, and leaves me regretting that I haven't checked out his string quartets earlier. As it was written in memory of the Russian filmmaker Larissa Shepitko, this is a deeply tragic work, taking a Russian hymn tune and wringing all kinds of dissonant variations from it.
The String Quartet No. 4 by Béla Bartók was written from July to September 1928 in Budapest. It is one of six string quartets by Bartok. The work is in five movements: Allegro. Prestissimo, con sordino. Allegretto pizzicato. This work, like the String Quartet No. 5, and several other pieces by Bartók, exhibits an "arch" structure - the first movement is thematically related to the last, and the second to the fourth with the third movement standing alone
Bartók's String Quartet No. 4 was written in the summer of 1928 and premiered that fall by the Kolisch Quartet, led by Arnold Schoenberg's brother-in-law, Rudolf Kolisch. The work represents both an intensification and relaxation of elements present in Bartók's previous quarte. rditti Two - Bartok: String Quartet No. 4, Gubaidulina. Arditti Two - Bartok: String Quartet No. 4, Gubaidulina: String Quartet No. 3, Schnittke: String Quartet No. 2【中古】 オンライン. バーリングコーナー3点ローソファセット (タスクブルー) (沖縄・離島配送不可) オンライン.
String Quartet No. 4. Alternative. 楽四重奏曲第4番 (バルトーク); Bartók: IV. vonósnégyes; 4. Streichquartett; Quartetto per archi n. 4 (Bartók). String Quartet No. 4, BB 95; String Quartet No. 4, Sz 91. Authorities. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IBB 50. v'ts/Sec's.
To play the quartet by Carter, the string quartet is divided into two duos: Violin I + Cello and Violin II + Viola. The 4 movements numbered B1 to B4 are played by the first duo, while simulteaneously the movements numbered Ba to Bf are played by the second duo. There are (logically) no empty grooves between movements on the disc. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Rights Society: BIEM/SIAE.