String Quartet No. 4. Composed By – Bohuslav Martinů. B1. – I. Allegro Poco Moderato.
Antonín Dvořák composed 'String Quartet No. 4 in E minor, B. 19 at some stage in the years 1869 and 1870. It was one of three (together with the quartets numbers 2, and 3) which Dvořák later believed he had destroyed after he had disposed of the scores. Despite Dvořák's efforts to destroy the work, copies of the individual instrumental parts in his own script were discovered at the beginning of the 20th century, allowing its reconstruction.
Album · 2013 · 8 Songs. String Quartet No. 12 in F Major, Op. 96 "American". 1. I. Allegro ma non troppo. 1 in E Minor "From My Life". 5. Allegro vivo appassionato.
Allegretto scherzando, String Quartet No. 9 in D-Sharp Minor, Op. 34,. Adagio and 8 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Dvořák, Martinů: String Quartets. From: Smetana Quartet. Allegretto scherzando. Allegro scherzando. Adagio. Allegro.
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. 2nd movement (Andante religioso) adapted for string orchestra by Dvořák, 1875?, as Nocturne (. 7) (also briefly used as a movement of the 2nd string quintet in G major, but discarded. Chamber Music for Strings by Antonín Dvořák. String Quartet N. in A major, O. /B. in B-flat major, . 7 (1869). in D minor, O. 4/B. 0 in E♭ major 'Slavonic', O. 1/B. 1 in C major, O. Echo of Songs, . 52 (1887). 2 in F major 'American', O. 6/B. 3 in G major, O. 06/B.
Smetana Quartet, Franz Danzi, Luboš Sluka, Dvořák Chamber Orchestra, Petr Adamec, Jaroslav Přikryl. Dvořák and Mozart: String Quartets. Beethoven, Janáček, Kalabis, Smetana: String Quartets. 40TH Anniversary Of Smetana Quartet. Haydn, Richter: String Quartets. Beethoven: String Quartets in C Major - Haydn: String Quartet in B-Flat Major, Op. 103. Smetana Quartet. Beethoven: String Quartet No. 12 in E-Flat Major, Fugue in B-Flat Major. Smetana: String Quartets No 1 in E Minor and No. 2 in D Minor.
String Quartet No. 1 ("From My Life", Czech: "Z mého života") in E minor, written in 1876, is a four-movement Romantic chamber composition by Czech composer Bedřich Smetana. The last page of the autograph score of Smetana's first string quartet. After becoming deaf, Smetana moved in 1876 from Prague to Jabkenice. He still hoped that the handicap would not be permanent. In the autumn of that year, he began to compose a new work using four instruments speaking among them. 1 (Martinů), French Quartet by Bohuslav Martinů. 1 (Mendelssohn) by Felix Mendelssohn. 1 (Milhaud), Op.
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|–Antonín Dvořák||String Quartet In D Minor, Op. 34
Composed By – Antonín Dvořák
|A2||–||II. Alla Polka. Allegretto Scherzando|
|A4||–||IV. Finale. Poco Allegro|
|–Bohuslav Martinů||String Quartet No. 4
Composed By – Bohuslav Martinů
|B1||–||I. Allegro Poco Moderato|
|B2||–||II. Allegro Scherzando|
- Cello – Antonín Kohout
- Cover – Jindra Marcová
- Directed By [Musical Direction] – Miloslav Kuba
- Engineer – Jiří Očenášek
- Ensemble – Smetana Quartet
- Sleeve Notes – Dr. Ladislav Šíp*
- Viola – Milan Škampa
- Violin [1st] – Jiří Novák
- Violin [2nd] – Lubomír Kostecký
NotesBlue labels with silver lettering and a big 'arc' logo.
Released in a flipback cover.
|SUA ST 50529||Dvořák* / Martinů*, Smetana Quartet||Dvořák* / Martinů*, Smetana Quartet - String Quartet In D Minor / String Quartet No. 4 (LP)||Supraphon||SUA ST 50529||Czechoslovakia||1964|