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II – Adagio Molto - Bartók* - The Juilliard String Quartet* - The Six String Quartets


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Label: Columbia Masterworks - D3L 317 • Format: 3x, Vinyl LP, Mono Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Modern
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The ensemble, with several personnel changes over the years, has recorded the cycle twice II – Adagio Molto - Bartók* - The Juilliard String Quartet* - The Six String Quartetsin andso this version must contend with its predecessors as well.

These are the Juilliard 's most forward and exposed performances, and the all-digital recordings have some noises that may distract. Compared to the superlative interpretations, these readings are uneven and less refined. When matched against the ground-breaking recordings ofthey are more beautiful on the surface, but less invigorating and brash. With that said, this set still has vivid color, high energy, and genuine passion going for Lions - Various - Paste Magazine New - Music Sampler June 2010 Issue 64, 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. But there are many revelations and felicitous moments that all worthwhile performances must have.

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Introduzione: Allegro; Allegro vivace. Allegro molto capriccioso. Prima parte: Moderato. Seconda parte: Allegro. Ricapitulazione della prima parte: Moderato. Coda: Allegro molto. Track Listing - Disc 2. Prestissimo, con sordino. Non troppo lento. Allegretto pizzicato. Allegro molto. Adagio molto. Scherzo: Alla bulgarese. Finale: Allegro vivace. Mesto; Vivace.

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  1. Tulrajas
    Aug 15,  · Bartok composed the great string quartet cycle of the early 20th century. This Juilliard Quartet recording from is a fine version, but you'll never know what you're missing if you don't hear the Takacs Quartet's gypsy version! The 3rd, 4th, and 5th quartets are sheer modernist genius/5(6).
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    Jan 31,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Bartók* - The Juilliard String Quartet* - The Six String Quartets at Discogs. Complete your Bartók* - The Juilliard String Quartet* collection/5(27).
  7. Vudocage
    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.9/

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