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Jörg Widmann: Streichquartette - Alexander Hülshoff (cello); Andrei Simion (cello); Claron McFadden (soprano); Minguet Quartett
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  1. String Quartet No. 1
  2. String Quartet No. 2 ("Choral Quartet")
  3. String Quartet No. 3 ("Hunting Quartet")
  4. String Quartet No. 4
  5. Attempt at the Fugue (String Quartet No. 5 with soprano)
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  1. String Quartet No. 1
  2. String Quartet No. 2 ("Choral Quartet")
  3. String Quartet No. 3 ("Hunting Quartet")
  4. String Quartet No. 4
  5. Attempt at the Fugue (String Quartet No. 5 with soprano)
  6. String Quartet (from the opera "Absences")
  7. 180 Beats per Minute, for string quartet & 2 cellos
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For those who tend to avoid music from German modernist mainstream of Henze and Rihm, give Jörg Widmann a try. His music may have dissonant, forbidding surfaces, but it's a good deal more accessible than the work of the two aforementioned composers, with hugely dramatic and entertaining contrasts, extreme virtuosity and dynamic range, and bold gestures such as shouting players. Included here are Widmann's five numbered string quartets, one of them with voice. Each is in a single movement, and taken as a whole the group with ...

Jörg Widmann: Streichquartette 2015, Wergo

UPC: 4010228731620

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