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Cat No: COBRA0037
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 20th January 2014
WorksString Quartet, op.3
String Quartet in D major
Bagatelles (6) for string quartet, op.9
Rondo for string quartet
After their succesful CD 'Statements', awarded as Best Classical Music Album 2012 by the Spanish Independent Recording Union, the prize-winning Cuarteto Quiroga returns to the studio with another innovative and bold recording.
The repertoire selected describes musically how Arnold Schönberg, Anton Webern and Alban Berg, departing from the musical language they inherited from the European musical tradition in which they were educated, evolved naturally and progressively to unfold a completely new sonic universe.
This CD tries to illustrate how these genius authors did not have deliberately breaking up with their past as their aesthetic target, but to honour it and to be faithful to its heritage.
- Aitor Hevia, violin
- Cibrán Sierra, violin
- Josep Puchades, viola
- Helena Poggio, cello
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