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Quartet Nr. 12 In D-flat Major Op. 133 (1968) - Dmitri Shostakovich, Quatuor Danel - The Complete String Quartets (CD)

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9 Responses to Quartet Nr. 12 In D-flat Major Op. 133 (1968) - Dmitri Shostakovich, Quatuor Danel - The Complete String Quartets (CD)

  1. Malaramar says:
    Quartet No saw Shostakovich toying with the possibilities of using serial, tone techniques in his composition. While there are some moments in which the tonality and melodic shapes become somewhat ambiguous, Shostakovich remained true to his own personal idiom, and the 12 th Quartet is by no means an atonal or avant-garde experiment.
  2. Vushakar says:
    Browse: Shostakovich - String Quartet No. 12 in D flat major, Op. This page lists all recordings of String Quartet No. 12 in D flat major, Op. by Dmitri Shostakovich (). Showing 1 - .
  3. Moogukree says:
    Box of 6 cd's comes with 32p. booklet. Op recorded in Moscow, (studio recording) SQ 1, 8 & 15 recorded in Moscow, (studio recordings).
  4. Faukus says:
    The String Quartet no in D flat, opus , was completed on 11 March at Repino and premièred in Moscow on the 14 June of that year at the USSR Composers’ Club in Moscow by the Beethoven Quartet (Dmitri Tsïganov, Nikolai Zabavnikov, Fyodor Druzhinin and Sergei Shirinsky). It is the second in a set of four quartets each dedicated to an individual member of the Beethoven String Quartet.
  5. Dizilkree says:
    Shostakovich's last four quartets are generally viewed as a related laypoumasymchana.tikedevwindcambigingslecreauponeli.infoinfo share a certain creative boldness in their use of various advanced compositional techniques, such as .
  6. Vilkree says:
    Quartet No. 12 () is described in the booklet notes as 'moderately dodecaphonic', although it is important to realize that Shostakovich used dodecaphonic elements only as a means to an end, not as an end in itself. Tonality is not rejected – the Quartet begins and ends in D flat major.
  7. Arashilmaran says:
    He still gives this quartet a key signature--five flats indicating D flat major. If you look at the first measure of my example above, you can see that yes, all twelve notes are stated. But the last note of the first measure, an A flat, the 11th note of the row, is followed by D flat, the last note of the row.
  8. Grogor says:
    string quartet, Streichquartett [G], quatuor à cordes [F], quartetto d'archi [I], quartetto di cordi [I] — an ensemble as well as music written for that ensemble comprising 2 violins, viola and cello. This is one of the essential genres / forms / ensembles of chamber music and arguably a .
  9. Kigatilar says:
    Get this from a library! String quartet no. 2 in D-flat major, op. [Ernő Dohnányi] -- Ernst von Dohnanyi ( Ernö Dohnányi in Hungarian) is generally regarded, after Liszt, as Hungary's most versatile musician. He was active as a concert pianist, composer, conductor and.

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