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Béla Bartók, Tibor Serly, Leoš Janáček, Igor Stravinsky, Anton Webern - Twentieth-Century String Quartets album mp3

Béla Bartók, Tibor Serly, Leoš Janáček, Igor Stravinsky, Anton Webern - Twentieth-Century String Quartets album mp3

Performer: Béla Bartók
Title: Twentieth-Century String Quartets
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later work of Béla Bartók Much of Janáček's work displays great originality and individuality. Janáček belongs to a wave of twentieth-century composers who sought greater realism and greater connection with everyday life, combined with a more all-encompassing use of musical resources. His operas in particular demonstrate the use of "speech"-derived melodic lines, folk and traditional material, and complex modal musical argument. His string quartets are at the core of 20th-century classical music repertoire. Much of his other notable chamber music is written for unconventional ensembles.

Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky ComSE (/strəˈvɪnski/; Russian: И́горь Фёдорович Страви́нский, IPA: ; 17 June 1882 – 6 April 1971) was a Russian-born composer, pianist, and conductor. He is widely considered one of the most important and influential composers of the 20th century. Stravinsky's compositional career was notable for its stylistic diversity.

Bartok: String Quartets . .has been added to your Cart. Bartok's cyle of six string quartets is universally considered to be one of the finest of the Twentieth Century. My reference recording remains the Takacs Quartet, recorded for London Records in 1996, but this Alban Berg Quartett cycle recorded from 1983 to 1986 is a fine alternative in a different style. Bartok was a great modernist, and very influential, but less so than his peers Stravinsky or Schoenberg because, as Milton Babbitt once complained, his innovations tended to be particular to each composition rather than a system like Schoenberg's 12-tone music. Bartok famously drew on Hungarian folk music, and his use of modal scales gives his music a uniquely odd quality in contrast to standard tonality, but he emphatically maintained that his music was tonal.

The two unfinished works were later completed by his pupil Tibor Serly. György Sándor was the soloist in the first performance of the Third Piano Concerto on February 8, 1946.

Bartók wrote another ballet, The Miraculous Mandarin, influenced by Igor Stravinsky, Arnold Schoenberg, as well as Richard Strauss. A modern story of prostitution, robbery, and murder, it was started in 1918, but not performed until 1926 because of its sexual content. He next wrote his two violin sonatas (written in 1921 and 1922 respectively), which are harmonically and structurally some of his most complex pieces. In 1927–28, Bartók wrote his Third and Fourth String Quartets, after which his compositions demonstrated his mature style  . The two unfinished works were later completed by his pupil Tibor Serly. Ditta Pásztory-Bartók later played and recorded it. Milton Babbitt, in his 1949 critique of Bartók's string quartets, criticized Bartók for using tonality and non tonal methods unique to each piece. Babbitt noted that "Bartók's solution was a specific one, it cannot be duplicated" (Babbitt 1949, 385). Reprinted in The Right Notes: Twenty-Three Selected Essays by George Perle on Twentieth-Century Music, foreword by Oliver Knussen, introduction by David Headlam, 189–205. Monographs in Musicology.

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Tracklist

Leos Janáček* String Quartet No. 2 "Intimate Letters" (Four movements)
A1 I. 6:38
A2 II. 6:35
A3 III. 6:24
A4 IV. 8:52
Igor Stravinsky Three Pieces For String Quartet
B1 I. 0:52
B2 II. 1:57
B3 III. 3:44
Béla Bartók, Tibor Serly Five Pieces From Mikrokosmos
B4 Merry Andrew 0:53
B5 Harmonics 1:50
B6 Wrestling 1:37
B7 Melody 1:47
B8 From The Diary Of A Fly 1:29
Anton Webern Six Bagatelles For String Quartet
B9 Mässig 0:33
B10 Leicht Bewegt 0:28
B11 Ziemlich Fliessend 0:24
B12 Sehr Langsam 0:44
B13 Ausserst Bewegt 1:29
B14 Fliessend 0:39

Credits

  • Strings – Dornbusch-Quartett
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