ERNEST BLOCH (1880-1959) - PIANO QUINTETS No.1 (1923), No.2 (1957) -Ivan Klansky (piano), Kocian Quartet


ERNEST BLOCH (1880-1959) - PIANO QUINTETS No.1 (1923), No.2 (1957) -Ivan Klansky (piano), Kocian Quartet

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‘...he could have laid claim, like Georges Enesco, to the title of “the Berlioz of chamber music” ! It should be known that the five string quartets, two quintets, two violin sonatas, the Suite for Viola and piano and the composer’s testament, the six suites for solo strings [ ] constitute a corpus whose importance, in the 20th century, is every bit the equal of Bartók or Schoenberg. But Bloch remained an independent, far from any school or system, whose sole concern will have been [ ] to be sincere and true...’ (Harry Halbreich, 1990)


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