String Quartet (1974). Cello – Norman FischerComposed By – Ellsworth MilburnEnsemble – Concord Quartet Recorded By – David HancockViola – John KochanowskiViolin – Mark SokolViolin – Andrew Jennings (2). 19:45. Art Direction – Judith Lerner. Design Concept – Harley Gaber. Producer – Carter Harman.
Album · 1975 · 16 Songs. String Quartet in A Minor, Op. 41, No. 1: Scherzo - Presto - Intermezzo. 3. 1: III. Adagio.
Artist: Ellsworth Milburn, Concord String Quartet. Album: Music of Ellsworth Milburn. Music of Ellsworth Milburn: Best 2 songs. Andrew Jennings, Concord String Quartet, George Rochberg, John Kochanowski, Mark Sokol, Norman Fischer - String Quartet No. 5: V. Rondo-Finale George Rochberg: String Quartets 3-6, 1999 05:48. Artist: Ellsworth Milburn Concord String Quartet.
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String Quartet No. 3 in F major, Op. 73: II. Moderato con moto. 3, 5, 7 (St. Petersburg String Quartet). Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Дмитрий Дмитриевич Шостакович. Shostakovich, Glazunov.
Album · 2014 · 36 Songs. String Quartet No. 1. 41:54. 21:13.
String Quartet Album (Gruenberg, Eugene). 17 pieces in 2 volumes. Volume 1. Chopin: Prélude, O. 8 N. Gluck: Gavotte from Paris and Helena. Paderewski: Menuet, O. 4 N.
Among an assortment of excellent recordings, especially those by the Takács, Tokyo, and Emerson Quartets, the Juilliard Quartet's 1981 presentation of the six Bartók quartets has considerable competition. The ensemble, with several personnel changes over the years, has recorded the cycle twice before, in 1950 and 1963, so this version must contend with its predecessors as well. With that said, this set still has vivid color, high energy, and genuine passion going for it, coming from fresh readings and a perspective other quartets can only envy. There are points of comparison, particularly the last movement of the second quartet and the opening of the fourth, which show that little has changed in the Juilliard's understanding of these works.