string quartet


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string quartet

Music
1. an instrumental ensemble consisting of two violins, one viola, and one cello
2. a piece of music written for such a group, usually having the form and commonest features of a sonata
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They finished their Huddersfield concert by presenting their Brahms credentials with the Third String Quartet, excellently played.
The third concert is given by the Cavaleri Quartet on November 26 and includes Stravinsky's Three Pieces for String Quartet plus Puccini's charming I Crisantemi.
the program includes Franz Schubert's tragic String Quartet No.
Six years down the road, the Zemlinsky Quartet plunged into the second part of Dvorak's quartet works (the Cypresses, String Quartets Nos.
It's always a treat to hear Debussy's only string quartet, and the Trio for Strings is a perfect example of Moeran's great passion and beauty.
The quartet fest continues on November 13, when the Takacs Quartet from Colorado play Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven at Leamington's Royal Pump Rooms, followed by the Zemlinksy String Quartet from the Czech Republic playing Beethoven, Zemlinksy and Dvorak at the same venue on November 28.
The evening ended with an assured performance of Mozart's complex and sometimes enigmatic String Quartet in D minor.
Additionally the film also reveals some of Mann's remarkable coaching sessions with young string quartets, and the profound influence Robert Mann has had as an instructor is powerfully presented.
The View also play Party In The View also play Party In The Palace with the Cairn String Quartet at Linlithgow Palace tomorrow.
The quartet of Attila Falvay, Erika Toth, Janos Fejervari and Gyorgy Eder left everyone in the audience spellbound by their renditions of Mozart in B flat major K 458 and Giuseppe Verdi's String Quartet in E minor, and encored with a George Gershwin composition titled "She Loves and He Loves".
A North West tour of Heart Variations for String Quartet is launched in Liverpool before moving on to St Helens Town Hall on April 19, with further dates in Preston, Fleetwood and Burnley.
At its heart lies the extensive scholarly literature, primarily in English, French, German and Italian, devoted to the historical and stylistic evolution of the string quartet.