• Idil Biret - Archive Edition Vol.5
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Mahler: Introduktion - Allegro aus dem Klavierquartett
+Franck: Klavierquintett

  • Künstler: Idil Biret, London String Quartet
  • Label: IBA, ADD, 1980
  • Bestellnummer: 9998390
  • Erscheinungstermin: 3.5.2010

Quartett für Klavier und Streichtrio a-moll (Quartettsatz)

  1. 1 Introduction: Allegro Start

Quintett für Klavier und Streichquartett f-moll op. 14

  1. 2 1. Molto moderato quasi lento - Allegro Start
  2. 3 2. Lento, con molto sentimento Start
  3. 4 3. Allegro non troppo, ma con fuoco Start

Produktinfo

"Schönberg, insisting on the legitimate interest that attaches to every aspect of the life and person of a great man, once said he would have liked to see how Mahler tied his tie. It is in something of that spirit that one approaches the earliest Mahler work to have come down to us, the single movement for piano quartet in A minor (apparently the first movement of a projected four-movement opus), which he wrote while a student at the Vienna Conservatory, probably late in 1876 when he was 16 years old. As Mahler put it in 1893 "in the end I sent it to Moscow for a competition and it got lost". But in fact it was found among the effects of his widow Alma after her death in 1964, in a folder labelled "early compositions"...Weighty, four-square, thickly-scored, discursive, impassioned, Franck's quintet seems to transgress against every one of what one usually thinks of as the conventional "Gallic" virtues: deftness, lightness of texture, epigrammaticism, objectivity, elegance, wit... Even such a quintessentially "Gallic" composer as Debussy could respond to Franck's idealism and purity of aims, despite the gulf that separated their artistic temperaments. "César Franck is always a worshipper of music", he wrote. "No power on earth can induce him to interrupt a passage he considers just and necessary

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