ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK (1841-1904) : STRING QUARTET No.9 & 13 B.75, 192 Zemlinsky Quartet

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Two scores that frame the period when the composer of the famous 'Americanf Quartet (No.12) was in his prime. Combining rhythmic invention, which ennobles the natural vigour of a reinvented folklore, bright colors shaded by the importance of the viola part, and a spontaneous melodic outpouring that contrasts with the absorbing melancholy of the slow movements (sublimation of the dumka), they give voice to an astonishing feeling of love and plenitude despite a number of personal dramas that the composer had undergone. It is as though their irresistible animation formed the image of a people that was going to become a nation once again in 1918.

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