Composer: Alban Maria Johannes Berg (9 February 1885 - 24 December 1935) - Performers: New Zealand String Quartet - Year of recording: 2004 String.
Album · 2004 · 24 Songs. Adagio affettuoso ed appassionato. 3. III. Scherzo (Allegro molto) & Trio.
From 1336 RUB. The Alban Berg Quartett had already made studio recordings of all the Beethoven quartets for EMI Classics when the players thought they should risk remaking the cycle live for both audio and video
Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven (17 December 1770 - 26 March 1827) - Performers: Alban Berg Quartett - Year of recording: 1981 String Quartet No. 16 in . .
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String Quartet In C O. 9 N. 'Rasumovsky'. 1989 in collaboration with ORF. Running time: 172 mins. PAL System 4:3 Linear PCM Stereo - Dolby . Surround - DTS . Surround Does not contain Regional Coding.
Founded in 1971, the Alban Berg Quartet of Vienna was the dominant ensemble in the quartets of Mozart and Beethoven for two decades. Such was their pre-eminence that EMI recorded two complete Beethoven cycles with them over the span of less than five years. I've bought both cycles and can attest that EMI's digital sound from 1985 is edgy and over-bright, making it impossible to listen comfortably at real-life volume levels, while the 1989 concert readings are in excellent sound, adding yet another reason to acquire the later set. The orange-jacket Red Line series, offered a single CD at a time, is from 1985 and should be avoided.
If you don't already have any recordings of Beethoven's late string quartets, by all means get this one by the Alban Berg Quartet. There hasn't been a set to equal it since it was originally released in a different configuration in the early '90s - the Emerson's overly enthusiastic but not especially insightful set? oh, come on! - and there hadn't been many to equal it before the '90s, only the Quartetto Italiano's wonderfully balanced and incredibly lovely. Recorded live in Vienna in 1989, the second Berg set is even more concentrated - listen to the Fugue that opens the C sharp minor quartet - and even more passionate - listen to the Cavatina at the center of the B flat major quartet.
The Alban Berg Quartett was a string quartet founded in Vienna, Austria in 1970, named after Alban Berg. The Berg Quartet was founded in 1970 by four young professors of the Vienna Academy of Music, and made its debut in the Vienna Konzerthaus in autumn 1971. The widow of the composer Alban Berg, Helene, attended an early private concert after which she gave her consent for the quartet to use her husband's name. Better yet, the tone is more beautiful - listen to the Lento assai e cantante tranquillo in the F major quartet. And, best of all, the interpretations are more luminous - listen to the coda of the Molto adagio of the A minor quartet . Grave ma non troppo tratto - Allegro: String Quartet No. 16 in F Major, O. 35 Recorded live, Mozart Hall, Konzerthaus, Vienna, Austria 6/1989.
|String Quartet In A Op.18 No.5||(29:26)|
|1-2||II. Menuetto: Trio||5:16|
|1-3||III. Andante Cantabile||10:30|
|String Quartet In E MInor Op.59 No.2 'Rasumovsky'||(37:12)|
|1-6||II. Molto Adagio||13:18|
|1-8||IV. Finale: Presto||6:12|
|String Quartet In B Flat Op.18 No.6||(28:09)|
|2-1||I. Allegro Con Brio||7:44|
|2-2||II. Adagio Ma Non Troppo||7:433|
|2-3||III. Scherzo: Allegro - Trio||3:48|
|2-4||IV. Adagio (La MelancoLia) - Allegretto Quasi Allegro||9:04|
|String Quartet In F Op.135||(27:15)|
|2-7||III. Lento Assai E Cantante Tranquillo||8:35|
|2-8||IV. Grave, Ma Non Troppo Tratto - Allegro||7:21|
|String Quartet In C Op.59 No.3 'Rasumovsky'||(33:48)|
|2-9||I. Introduzione: Andante Con Moto - Allegro Vivace||11:34|
|2-10||II. Andante Con Moto, Quasi Allegretto||10:24|
|2-11||III. Menuetto: Grazioso - Trio||5:01|
|2-12||IV. Allegro Molto||6:50|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ORF
- Licensed To – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Filmed At – Mozart-Saal, Wiener Konzerthaus
- Recorded At – Mozart-Saal, Wiener Konzerthaus
- Pressed By – www.mediamotion.com – 33856939
- Pressed By – www.mediamotion.com – 33856949
- Art Direction, Design [Menu] – Stuart Wilson
- Booklet Editor – Peter Quantrill
- Cello – Valentin Erben
- Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
- Cover – Sheila Rock
- Design [Screen] – Hermann Enkemeier
- Ensemble – Alban Berg Quartett
- Film Director – Hugo Käch
- Liner Notes – Tully Potter
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Michel Roubinet
- Liner Notes [German Translation] – Eckhardt Van Den Hoogen
- Producer – Johann-Nikolaus Matthes
- Producer [Video] – Franz Kabelka
- Product Manager – Thomas Kaurich
- Remix [mSurround] – Sven Mevissen
- Remix [mSurround], Producer [DVD] – Johannes Müller
- Video Editor [Development] – msm-studios GmbH
- Viola – Thomas Kakuska
- Violin [1st] – Günter Pichler
- Violin [2nd] – Gerhard Schulz
© 2005 EMI Records Ltd.
Recorded live at the Mozart-Saal, Konzerthaus, Vienna, 17 & 20.VI.1989 in collaboration with ORF.
Running time: 172 mins.
PAL System 4:3
Linear PCM Stereo - Dolby 5.0 Surround - DTS 5.0 Surround
Does not contain Regional Coding.
Menu Screen and Languages: English.
Manufactured and printed in the EU.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 94633 85929 6
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Label Code: LC 06646
- Other (Public Domain Declaration): DP
- Matrix / Runout (CD 1 inner ring mirrored): [ WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM] 33856939-1 PAL @1 010101-NL
- Matrix / Runout (CD 1 outer ring): [WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM] 3385689-0 PAL @1 010103-NL
- Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI AAHS1
- Matrix / Runout (CD 2 inner ring mirrored): [ WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM] 3385949-1 PAL @1 010101-NL
- Matrix / Runout: [WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM] 33859499-0 PAL @1 010101-NL
- Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI AAH02
Title: Beethoven String Quartets Volume 3 (Live - Vienna Konzerthaus)
Date of release: 2005
Size MP3: 1734 mb
Size FLAC: 1568 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
Other Formats: AAC WAV MPC RA WMA DXD VOC