|Performer:||Alban Berg Quartett|
|Title:||Live At The Vienna Konzerthaus - String Quartets Op.18 No.5, Große Fuge Op. 133 Op. 59 No.2|
|Other format:||DTS VOC DXD AAC MP3 APE VOC|
|String Quartet No.5 In A Op.18 No.5||(45:14)|
|A2||II. Menuetto – Trio||5:16|
|A3||III. Andante Cantabile||10:31|
|Grosse Fuge In B Flat, Op.133||(15:39)|
|A5||Ouvertura: Allgro - Fuga - Allegro||15:39|
|String Quartet No.8 In E Minor Op.59 No.2 'Rasumovsky'|
|B2||II. Molto Adagio||13:17|
|B4||IV. Finale: Presto||6:28|
String Quartet N. In B Flat O. 8 N. 2-5. I. Allegro Con Brio. String Quartet N. 1 In F Minor O. 5 'Quartetto Serioso'. 3-9. 5 73606 2. Beethoven - Alban Berg Quartett. Beethoven - Alban Berg Quartett - The Complete String Quartets, Die Sämtlichen Streichquartette, Les Quatuors À Cordes (7xCD, RM + Box, Comp).
Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven: Streichquartett o. 3 & Grosse Fuge o. 33. This recording is marked by a real tension between the early and late Beethoven. The musicians of the Alban Berg Quartet play his early string quartet loosely and freely, and throw themselves rapturously into his Great Fugue. Ludwig van Beethoven. Regular exclusive live concerts from all over the world. Daily audios-stories per month.
Beethoven: String Quartet, Op. 130; Grosse Fuge. Repudiating the standard charge against central European string quartets of too much gemutlichkeit, Vienna's Alban Berg Quartet stressed technical rigor and intellectual depth in its performances. For listeners tired of the emotionality and sentimentality, the Alban Berg Quartet's austerity was just the thing. But for listeners who longed for expressivity, the severity was anathema. Of course, like most generalizations, the charge that the Alban Berg Quartet was lacking in expressivity was not altogether true. 130 String Quartet coupled with his Op. 133 Grosse Fuge. Certainly, the balances are exemplary: the voicing of the chords that start the opening Adagio ma non troppo have never been more precisely judged. Certainly, the tempos are ideal: the rhythms of the following Presto have never been more clearly articulated.
Parts for all 3 quartets of O. 9 (300 dpi). This file is part of the Gaylord Library Mirroring Project. String Quartet No. 7 in F Major, Op. 59, No. 1, "Razumovsky". Große Fuge in B♭ major, O. 4 in C♯ minor, O. 31. 5 in A minor, O. 32. 6 in F major, O. 35. 0 in E♭ major, O. 4 ("Harp"). 1 in F minor, O. 5 ("Serioso"). php?title String Quartet No. 1 (Beethoven, Ludwig van)&oldid 2655816.
59 No. 1 In F Major 'Rasumovsky': I: Allegro - Alban Berg Quartett. 6. Op. 59 No. 1 In F Major 'Rasumovsky': II: Allegretto Vivace E Sempre Scherzando - Alban Berg Quartett. 7. 1 In F Major 'Rasumovsky': III: Adagio molto e mesto : IV: Allegro (Thème russe) - Alban Berg Quartett. Disc: 2. 1. 18 N. In G Major: I: Allegro - Alban Berg Quartett. On LP I own any number of complete Beethoven String Quartets played by the great masters of that genre. I bought them all as a teenager and in college. I went immediately to Op. 135 and found it marvelous in concept, execution and recording.
Late string quartets (Beethoven). Manuscript of Beethoven's Große Fuge, arranged for piano four hands. Opus 132: String Quartet No. 15 in A minor (1825). Opus 133: Große Fuge in B♭ major (1825; originally the finale to Op. 130; it also exists in a piano four-hands transcription, Op. 134). Beethoven wrote the last quartets in failing health. In April 1825 he was bedridden, and remained ill for about a month. The illness-or more precisely, his recovery from it-is remembered for having given rise to the deeply felt slow movement of the Fifteenth Quartet, which Beethoven called "Holy song of thanks ('Heiliger Dankgesang') to the divinity, from one made well. He went on to complete the quartets now numbered Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Sixteenth.
Alban Berg Quartett Beethoven: String Quartet No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 131: VI. Adagio quasi un poco andante. Alban Berg Quartett Beethoven: String Quartet No. 8 in E Minor, Op. 2, "Rasumovsky": I. Allegro. 13 in B-Flat Major, Op. 130: II. Presto. 15 in A Minor, Op. 132: V. Allegro appassionato.
The Alban Berg Quartett was a string quartet founded in Vienna, Austria in 1970, named after Alban Berg. It was widely considered the most famous string quartet in the world. The Berg Quartet was founded in 1970 by four young professors of the Vienna Academy of Music, and made its debut in the Vienna Konzerthaus in autumn 1971. The widow of the composer Alban Berg, Helene, attended an early private concert after which she gave her consent for the quartet to use her husband's name. Beethoven - String Quartets Live, Alban Berg Quartet (2006). 18, No. 2 Op. 95 Op. 132.