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The Dudok Quartet Amsterdam embark on a traversal of the three string quartets of Tchaikovsky. This first volume contains Nos.1 & 2. No.1 has one of the most famous movements in chamber music; the beautiful Andante cantabile slow movement. The second quartet, though less popular, is a step forward for the composer. He said that it "was my best work, no other piece has poured forth from me so simply and easily. I wrote it in almost one sitting." The album concludes with the much loved Lensky's Aria from Eugene Onegin in a new arrangement for string quartet by David Faber, cellist of the Dudok Quartet. The album concludes with the much loved Lensky's Aria from Eugene Onegin in a new arrangement for string quartet by David Faber, cellist of the Dudok Quartet.
The Dudok Quartet Amsterdam embark on a traversal of the three string quartets of Tchaikovsky. This first volume contains Nos.1 & 2. No.1 has one of the most famous movements in chamber music; the beautiful Andante cantabile slow movement. The second quartet, though less popular, is a step forward for the composer. He said that it "was my best work, no other piece has poured forth from me so simply and easily. I wrote it in almost one sitting." The album concludes with the much loved Lensky's Aria from Eugene Onegin in a new arrangement for string quartet by David Faber, cellist of the Dudok Quartet. The album concludes with the much loved Lensky's Aria from Eugene Onegin in a new arrangement for string quartet by David Faber, cellist of the Dudok Quartet.
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Format: CD
Label: RUBICON
Rel. Date: 05/03/2024
UPC: 5065002228659

Tchaikovsky: Volume 1 - String Quartets Nos. 1 & 2
Artist: Dudok Quartet Of Amsterdam
Format: CD
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The Dudok Quartet Amsterdam embark on a traversal of the three string quartets of Tchaikovsky. This first volume contains Nos.1 & 2. No.1 has one of the most famous movements in chamber music; the beautiful Andante cantabile slow movement. The second quartet, though less popular, is a step forward for the composer. He said that it "was my best work, no other piece has poured forth from me so simply and easily. I wrote it in almost one sitting." The album concludes with the much loved Lensky's Aria from Eugene Onegin in a new arrangement for string quartet by David Faber, cellist of the Dudok Quartet. The album concludes with the much loved Lensky's Aria from Eugene Onegin in a new arrangement for string quartet by David Faber, cellist of the Dudok Quartet.
        
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