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Re: Capnreverbs discourse on modern string quartets and comp

Postby anotherbof on Sun Jan 28, 2018 10:03 am

Loving this thread, but now I need a week vacation from work to listen to everything. (Thank you)
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Re: Capnreverbs discourse on modern string quartets and comp

Postby matt_stevens on Mon Jan 29, 2018 6:02 pm

Yup, loads of good stuff in here! Need more hours in the day to listen to it all.

I've been enjoying a lot of Kodaly's chamber music lately, just picked up a set of Hindemith quartets too. I'm still struggling to get into Bartok, have been trying to dig in for a while but I've not found anything that's really connected with me yet. I've been listening to more of his orchestral music though, will try the quartets.
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Re: Capnreverbs discourse on modern string quartets and comp

Postby Madman Munt on Sat Feb 03, 2018 4:04 pm

Here's a nice one by Gavin Bryars:

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I can recommend the CD on Argo by the Balanescu Qt with Qts 1&2 and a piece called The Last Days.
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