This indispensable set of the (almost) complete Shostakovich string quartets would automatically go into every serious collection except that this part of the composer's output has attracted rivals that could reasonably be called indispensable. The Borodins (then named the Moscow Philharmonic Q. met Shostakovich in 1946, eight years after he took up the quartet form. By then, however, he had closely associated himself with the prestigious Beethoven Quartet, and they premiered all of his quartets until his death. they also made recordings, but these are in inadequate Soviet-era mono
Tracklist: Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 - 1975). String Quartet N. in C major, O. 9. 1. Moderato 4:28 2. 2. Moderato 4:35 3. 3. Allegro molto 2:05 4. 4. Allegro 3:09. in C Minor, O. 10. 5. Largo 5:37 6. Allegro molto 2:53 7. Allegretto 4:36 8. Largo 6:50 9. Largo 4:28 . The original Borodin Quartet was founded in 1945 in the Soviet Union and this release marks the Quartet’s 70th anniversary. They enjoyed a close relationship with Shostakovich, and often worked with him as a new quartet was written (and they also recorded the cycle).
Album · 2015 · 14 Songs. 1, 8 & 14 Borodin Quartet. Listen on Apple Music. String Quartet No. 1 in C Major, Op.
String Quartet N. 4 in F sharp major O. 42
Moderato Dmitri Shostakovich; Borodin Quartet. Moderato Dmitri Shostakovich; Borodin Quartet. Allegro molto Dmitri Shostakovich; Borodin Quartet. Allegro Dmitri Shostakovich; Borodin Quartet. The Borodin Quartet has a long history with Shostakovich: the composer himself would consult with the Quartet, which would perform almost all of his works personally to receive his supervision and advice. Now, 70 years later, the quartet members come from a new generation but have remained true to their roots and to the artistic excellence and integrity that have always been a hallmark of this astonishing ensemble. This album is the first volume in a Shostakovich cycle from the new era Borodin Quartet. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Decca/London Studio Masters.
Dmitri Shostakovich's String Quartet No. 8 in C minor, Op. 110, was written in three days (12–14 July 1960). The piece was written shortly after two traumatic events in the life of the composer: the first presentation of debilitating muscular weakness that would eventually be diagnosed as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and his reluctant joining of the Communist Party
String Quartets Vol 1, Nos 1 and 3. Part of the Beethoven Cycle. Shostakovich String Quartets 1 8 14. DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH String Quartets No. 1 op. 49 No. 8 op. 110 No. 14 op. 142 Two Pieces for String Quartet o. 6a Borodin Quartet. 1 CD, Download 00028947882053 Int. Release 23 Mar.
|Quartet N° 8 For Two Violins Viola And Cello|
|Quartet N° 3 For Two Violins Viola And Cello|
|B2||Moderato Non Moto|
|B3||Allegro Non Troppo|
- Composed By – Dmitri Shostakovich
- Ensemble – The Borodin Quartet*
|C10 19503 006||Dmitri Shostakovich / The Borodin Quartet*||Dmitri Shostakovich / The Borodin Quartet* - Quartets Nos. 8, 3 = Квартеты № 8, 3 (LP)||Мелодия||C10 19503 006||USSR||1983|