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Emerson String Quartet - Beethoven: The "Razumovsky" Quartets Op. 59; String Quartets Opp. 74 & 95 album mp3
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    Emerson String Quartet
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    Beethoven: The "Razumovsky" Quartets Op. 59; String Quartets Opp. 74 & 95
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The three Razumovsky (or Rasumovsky) string quartets, opus 59, are the quartets Ludwig van Beethoven wrote in 1806, as a result of a commission by the Russian ambassador in Vienna, Count Andreas Razumovsky: String Quartet No. 7 in F major, Op. 59, No. 1. String Quartet No. 8 in E minor, Op. 2. 9 in C major, Op. 3. They are the first three of what are usually known as the "Middle Period" string quartets, or simply the "Middle Quartets

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Ensemble – Emerson String Quartet. Executive-Producer – Alison Ames, Roger Wright. Liner Notes – Tully Potter. Liner Notes – Daniel Fesquet. Liner Notes – Reinhard Lüthje. Photography By – Reinhart Wolf. 130 Alternative Finale); 10/1994 (opp. 18 no. 5, 59 no. 2); 11/1994 (opp. 1, 59 no. 1); 12/1994 )opp. Boxed set with CDs in separate sleeves, 20-page booklet with photographs and notes in English, German and French.

Parts for all 3 quartets of O. 9 (300 dpi). This file is part of the Gaylord Library Mirroring Project. Quatuor à cordes nº 7 de Beethoven; String Quartet No. 7 (Beethoven); Strijkkwartet nr. 7; 7. Streichquartett (Beethoven); 현악 사중주 7번 (베토벤); 弦楽四重奏曲第7番 (ベートーヴェン); רביעיית מיתרים מס' 7 של בטהובן; Quartet de corda núm. 7. Name Aliases. 1, "Razumovsky". String Quartet N. 1 in F minor, O. 5 ("Serioso"). php?title String Quartet No. 1 (Beethoven, Ludwig van)&oldid 2655816.

Beethoven: The "Razumovsky" Quartets, O. 9; String Quartets, O. 4 & O. 5 Songs. Beethoven: String Quartet N. In F, O. 9 N. - "Rasumovsky No. 1" - 4. Thème russe (Allegro) Song. Composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven, Play Now. Thème russe (Allegro). Beethoven: The "Razumovsky" Quartets, O. 5. Thème russe (Allegro) song from the album Beethoven: The "Razumovsky" Quartets, O. 5 is released on Apr 2013. The duration of song is 07:11. This song is sung by Emerson String Quartet.

74 & 95. L. V. BEETHOVEN. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). I enjoy the Razumovsky quartets more than the rest of the Beethoven quartets although I like them all. My iimpression is that these are more tuneful than the other pieces.

Finally, the Late Beethoven String Quartets, which group includes his last five quartets and the Große Fuge, are the composer's last completed works. Though these works are widely considered to be among the greatest musical compositions ever written, their uncompromising intellectual complexity and their apparent rejection of the romantic pathos which pervades Beethoven's middle period both ensure that they remain considerably less popular than the Razumovsky quartets.

Before this, string quartet playing was more something that happened in living rooms. Amateurs of, grantedly, good musical quality would entertain themselves among friends by playing string quartets. By writing for the Schuppanzigh quartet, which moreover would perform in public concert series, Beethoven became involved with a wholly new setting. Naturally, he turned the prospect entirely to his advantage; from then on he could do as he wished in his string quartets. It is really almost unimaginable that the six opus 18 and the Rasumovsky quartets were a mere 5 years apart

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