Schoenberg, Berg & Webern: Complete Works for String Quartet

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Schoenberg, Berg & Webern: Complete Works for String Quartet

Awards:

Gramophone Awards 2017

Shortlisted - Chamber

Gramophone Magazine

Editor's Choice - June 2016

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Naive

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V5380

Release date:

1st April 2016

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0822186053805

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4 hours 55 minutes

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Schoenberg, Berg & Webern: Complete Works for String Quartet


Berg:

String Quartet, Op. 3

Lyric Suite - for soprano and string quartet

Sandrine Piau (soprano)

Schoenberg:

Presto in C major for string quartet

Scherzo for String Quartet in F major (1897)

String Quartet in D major (1897)

String Quartets Nos. 1 - 4 (complete)

Webern:

Langsamer Satz, (slow movement), Op. post. (1905)

String Quartet, Op. post. (1905)

Rondo, Op. post. (1906)

Five movements for String Quartet, Op. 5 (1909)

Six Bagatelles for String Quartet, Op. 9 (1911-1913)

Marie-Nicole Lemieux (contralto)

String Quartet, Op. 28 (1937-38)


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Quatuor Diotima celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2016. This boxset dedicated to the Second Viennese School is the first of two events planned to mark this special year - along with the release of a new series of contemporary composer portraits.

This Schoenberg | Berg | Webern set gathers the complete works for string quartet composed by those three iconic composers. This is a major achievement and the result of years of concerts and research by the quartet, which is now considered to be a leading performer in this repertoire.

As well as the two recording projects mentioned above, the upcoming years will be rich in engagements for the quartet, including the cycle of Beethoven-Schoenberg-Boulez works at Wien Modern, concerts in various countries premiering Enno Poppe’s new string quartet (Wittener Tage für neue Musik, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, November Music‘s-Hertogenbosch, Transit Festival Leuven, Festival d´Automne à Paris), the complete Bartók string quartets in one evening at the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris and four international tours, across South America, Japan, the United States of America, as well as the ensemble’s first tour to Russia.

Arnold Schoenberg: Presto in C Major

Presto in C Major

Arnold Schoenberg: Scherzo in F Major

Scherzo in F Major

Arnold Schoenberg: String Quartet in D Major

I. Allegro molto

II. Intermezzo: Andantino grazioso

III. Andante con moto

IV. Allegro - Presto

Arnold Schoenberg: String Quartet No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 7

Nicht zu rasch

Kraftig (nicht zu rasch)

Massig, langsame Viertel

Massig, heiter

Arnold Schoenberg: String Quartet No. 2, Op. 10

I. Massig

II. Sehr rasch

III. Litanei

IV. Entruckung

Arnold Schoenberg: String Quartet No. 3, Op. 30

I. Moderato

II. Adagio

III. Intermezzo: Allegro moderato

IV. Rondo: Molto moderato

Arnold Schoenberg: String Quartet No. 4, Op. 37

I. Allegro molto; energico

II. Comodo

III. Largo

IV. Allegro

Alban Berg: String Quartet, Op. 3

I. Langsam

II. Massige Viertel

Alban Berg: Lyric Suite (version with voice)

I. Allegretto giovale

II. Andante amoroso

III. Allegro misterioso - Trio estatico

IV. Adagio appassionato

V. Presto delirando - Tenebroso

VI. Largo desolato, "De Profundis Clamavi"

Anton Webern: Langsamer Satz

Langsamer Satz

Anton Webern: String Quartet

String Quartet

Anton Webern: Rondo

Rondo

Anton Webern: 5 Sätze, Op. 5

I. Heftig bewegt

II. Sehr langsam

III. Sehr bewegt

IV. Sehr langsam

V. In zarter Bewegung

Anton Webern: 6 Bagatelles, Op. 9

No. 1. Massig

No. 2. Leicht bewegt

No. 3. Ziemlich fliessend

No. 4. Sehr langsam

No. 5. Ausserst langsam

No. 6. Fliessend

Anton Webern: Schmerz immer, Blick nach oben

Schmerz immer, Blick nach oben

Anton Webern: String Quartet, Op. 28

I. Massig

II. Gemachlich - Bewegt

III. Sehr fliessend

Gramophone Magazine

June 2016

“Quatuor Diotima couldn’t play an affected, emotionally over-ripened note if they tried. Their vision of Second Viennese School aesthetics views the backdrop of Romanticism – Brahms, Wagner, Mahler et al – as a starting-shot rather than a point of reference to be dwelt over too obsessively.”

BBC Music Magazine

January 2012

****

“The extreme refinement and minutely focused intensity, in recordings to match, make the Webern a singularly beautiful, if somewhat unsettling experience.”

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