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歐美
QUARTETTO ITALIANO
義大利弦樂四重奏 (所有作品)
The complete RIAS Recordings (3CD)
義大利四重奏 (RIAS錄音全集3CD)
網路價 NT$ : 999
產品條碼 :
4022143214560
產品編號:
AUD21456
發行公司 :
AUDITE (發行商品)
發行日期 :
2019/06/26
發行類型 :
內裝片數 :
3片
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義大利四重奏

Quartetto Italiano

The ensemble's confidently-chosen name made it clear from the outset that the Quartetto Italiano saw itself not simply as an Italian string quartet among many, but as the authoritative one. The ensemble was soon recognized as a pioneer of Italian chamber music culture following the Second World War. Through their tireless obsession with detail, in-depth exploration of the works' musical expression, and the remarkable homogeneity of their quartet sound, the Quartetto Italiano conquered a firm place in the top league of leading string quartets over the first two decades of their career.

The first release of the complete productions realized by the Quartetto Italiano for Berlin's RIAS between 1951 and 1963 highlights two aspects that the musicians would increasingly neglect in their later recordings: firstly, the focus on the music of their fellow countrymen, represented here in rarely-heard works by Gaetano Donizetti, Luigi Cherubini, and Gian Francesco Malipiero; and secondly, the enormous breadth of their repertoire, which ranged from Joseph Haydn, the father of the classical string quartet, to Dmitri Shostakovich's Seventh String Quartet (brand new at the time of the recording). Three works on this release (Cherubini, Donizetti, and Shostakovich) can be heard performed by the Quartetto Italiano for the first time on CD.

This release is furnished with a "producer's comment"  by producer Ludger Böckenhoff on
https://www.audite.de/media/file/00/34/66/21456-Producer-s-comment.pdf

This release forms part of our series "Legendary Recordings" and bears the stamp "1st Master Release". The term stands for the exceptional quality of audite's archive releases which are all, without exception, produced using original tapes from the radio archives. Usually, these are the original analogue tapes with tape speeds of up to 76 cm/s, which are of astonishingly high quality, even by today's standards. In addition, the process of re-mastering - executed with professional expertise and sensitivity - reveals hitherto hidden details of the interpretations, creating a sonic image of superior quality. CD releases produced from private recordings of radio broadcasts or old 78rpm records cannot match this level of sound quality.

CD 1  (01:03:12)
 GAETANO DONIZETTI String Quartet No. 7 in F Minor (22:24)
 1 I. Agitatissimo (05:48) 
 2 II. Adagio, ma non troppo (05:30) 
 3 III. Presto (04:51) 
 4 IV. Marcia lugubre (06:15) 
 
 LUIGI CHERUBINI String Quartet No. 5 in F Major (25:37)
 5 I. Moderato assai – Presto (07:55) 
 6 II. Adagio (06:49) 
 7 III. Scherzo. Allegro non troppo (05:38) 
 8 IV. Finale. Allegro vivace (05:15) 
 
 GIAN FRANCESCO MALIPIERO String Quartet No. 4 (15:11)
 9 Allegro – (08:29) 
 10 Allegro (06:42) 
 
 CD 2  (01:16:32)
 DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH String Quartet No. 7 in F-Sharp Minor, Op. 108 (13:14)
 1 I. Allegretto (03:32) 
 2 II. Lento (04:05) 
 3 III. Allegro (05:37) 
 
 MAURICE RAVEL String Quartet in F Major (30:44)
 4 I. Allegro moderato (08:44) 
 5 II. Assez vif. Tres rythmé (06:58) 
 6 III. Tres lent (09:05) 
 7 IV. Vif et agité (05:57) 
 
 FRANZ SCHUBERT String Quartet No. 8 in B-Flat Major, Op. 168 (D. 112) (32:34)
 8 I. Allegro ma non troppo (11:31) 
 9 II. Andante sostenuto (10:13) 
 10 III. Menuetto. Allegro (05:59) 
 11 IV. Presto (04:51) 
 
 CD  (01:12:51)
 ROBERT SCHUMANN String Quartet No. 2 in F Major, Op. 41/2 (21:32)
 1 I. Allegro vivace (06:05) 
 2 II. Andante, quasi Variazioni (08:13) 
 3 III. Scherzo. Presto – Trio. L'istesso tempo – Coda (03:04) 
 4 IV. Allegro molto vivace (04:10) 
 
 JOSEPH HAYDN String Quartet in G Major, Op. 77/1 (Hob. III: 81) (21:53)
 5 I. Allegro moderato (05:41) 
 6 II. Adagio (07:53) 
 7 III. Menuetto. Presto (04:47) 
 8 IV. Finale. Presto (03:32) 
 
 ROBERT SCHUMANN String Quartet No. 3 in A Major, Op. 41/3 (29:26)
 9 I. Andante espressivo – Allegro molto moderato (05:54) 
 10 II. Assai agitato (07:51) 
 11 III. Adagio molto (08:17) 
 12 IV. Finale. Allegro molto vivace (07:24)