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Weill: String Quartets in B M [Import]

Leipzig String Quartet Audio CD

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1. String Quartet In B Minor: Massig
2. String Quartet In B Minor: Allegro Ma Non Troppo, In Heimlich Erzahlendem Ton
3. String Quartet In B Minor: Langsam Und Innig
4. String Quartet In B Minor: Durchweg Lustig, Aber Nicht Zu Schnell
5. String Quartet Op. 8: Introduktion. Sostenuto, Con Molta Espressione
6. String Quartet Op. 8: Scherzo. Vivace Choralphantasie.
7. String Quartet Op. 8: Andante Non Troppo
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4.0 out of 5 stars Weill/Hindemith quartets March 23 2008
By Alan M. Shearer - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an entertaining grouping of quartets by composers whose lives and careers intersected. Paul Hindemith played the viola part in the premier performances of Weill's quartets. It begins with the first of Weill's quartets, showing a contrasting growth of the young composer as we go straight to the second quartet, composed in a much less formal structure and emergent of Weill's distinct and mature compositional character.
In the Hindemith, we get a set of vignette-like pieces for quartet that abound with obvious humor.

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