György Ligeti, Quatuor Béla - Metamorphoses Nocturnes mp3 flac download
|Date of release:||2013|
|MP3 album size:||1735 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1431 mb|
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Ligeti: Métamorphoses nocturnes Quatuor Béla.
While György Ligeti was one of the true innovators of the mid-20th century, his music for string quartet has a retrospective quality, revealing the overwhelming influence of Béla Bartók, his predecessor in the genre. The exploration of extended string techniques in Bartók's quartets inspired composers of the next generation to push the limits even further, and Ligeti's writing for strings is clearly in line with this effort
By György Ligeti, Quatuor Béla. 1. String Quartet No. 1 "Métamorphoses nocturnes".
Métamorphoses nocturnes. They are played by the Béla Quartet, quite young yet already past masters in the interpretation of this music and especially appreciated for their work of precision and refinement, commitment, homogeneity and musicality.
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The Hungarian composer György Ligeti published three string quartets throughout his life: two string quartets proper (1953–54, 1968) and a student piece from 1950 published towards the end of Ligeti's life In 2012, sketches and notes for his projected String Quartets No. György Ligeti's String Quartet No. 1, titled Métamorphoses nocturnes, was composed in 1953–54. It is thus representative of what the composer himself used to call "the prehistoric Ligeti", referring to the works he wrote before leaving Hungary in 1956. Ligeti was heavily inspired to write this quartet by Bartók's third and fourth quartets, so much so that it was even called "Bartók's seventh string quartet" by fellow Hungarian composer György Kurtág.
String Quartet N. "Métamorphoses Nocturnes". 7. II. Vivace, Capriccioso. 레딧. Cello – Arnau Tomás Realp. Composed By – Béla Bartók (tracks: 1 to 5), György Kurtág (tracks: 14 to 25), György Ligeti (tracks: 6 to 13). Ensemble – Cuarteto Casals. Liner Notes – Hélène Cao. Liner Notes – Charles Johnston, Heidi Fritz. Photography By – Felix Broede. Viola – Jonathan Brown (6). Violin – Abel Tomás Realp, Vera Martínez Mehner.
San Francisco Polyphony. The Ligeti Project II (Berliner Philharmoniker feat. conductor Jonathan Nott). Three Pieces for Two Pianos: I. Monument. Trio für Violine, Horn und Klavier: Lamento; Adagio. Trio für Violine, Horn und Klavier, Passacaglia ungherese, Hungarian Rock, Continuum, Monument · Selbstportrait · Bewegung.
|1||String Quartet No. 1 "Metamorphoses Nocturnes" (1953-1954)||21:03|
|String Quartet No. 2||(21:00)|
|2||I Allegro Nervoso||5:22|
|3||II Sostenuo Molto Calmo||4:50|
|4||III Come Un Meccanismo Di Precisione||3:14|
|5||IV Presto Furioso, Brutale, Tumultuoso||2:11|
|6||V Allegro Con Delicatezza - "Wie Aus Der Ferne"||5:26|
|Sonata for Cello (1948-1953)||(8:18)|
- Cello – Luc Dedreuil
- Composed By – György Ligeti
- Ensemble – Quatuor Béla
- Recorded By – Benjamin Maumus
- Viola – Julien Boutin
- Violin – Frédéric Aurier, Julien Dieudegard
NotesRecorded 1st to the 4th of May 2012
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