Label: Sony Classical - SB2K 63234 • Series: Essential Classics Take 2 • Format: 2x, CD Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Modern
76 rows · Bartók's String Quartet No. 4 was written in the summer of and premiered that fall by .
The Juilliard Quartet burst upon the international musical scene in the s with a series of acclaimed performances of the six Bartók string quartets. Five decades later they are still renowned for their performances of this music, and no one interested in this superb group can afford to pass up this set, digitally recorded in and now /5(6).
13 rows · · Bartok*, The Juilliard String Quartet* -. The Six String Quartets (3xCDr, /5(40).
Back to Bartók, and now in the second half of his output of six string quartets. The fourth was composed between July and September of in Budapest, just a year after the third quartet, with which it shares a similar language and style. There are a few ideas in classical music, structures or forms or whatever, that really fascinate ted Reading Time: 7 mins.
· Among an assortment of excellent recordings, especially those by the Takács, Tokyo, and Emerson Quartets, the Juilliard Quartet's 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 and , so this version must contend with its predecessors as well/10(5).
- Variation I (Tempo Di Tarantella) - Tchaikovsky* - Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra , Conductor Gennady Roz