ANTONIN DVORAK (1841-1904) -EARLY WORKS FOR STRING QUARTET - Zemlinsky Quartet


ANTONIN DVORAK (1841-1904) -EARLY WORKS FOR STRING QUARTET - Zemlinsky Quartet

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The Czech ZEMLINSKY QUARTET, which attended master classes by Vaclàv Bernašek (Kocian Quartet), Josef Klusoň (Pražàk) and Walter Levine (LaSalle), proposes the first recording of Dvořák’s youthful works for quartet (1862-74) taking into account the cuts made in the critical edition (Supraphon-Bärenreiter). Consequently, the works are better suited to concert performance and show off to best advantage the spontaneity and richness of their inexhaustible melodic inspiration, ‘apprentice works’ that prefigure the universality of the future ‘American’ Quartet of 1893.


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