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♩ Medium Fast - Tippett*, The Tippett Quartet* - String Quartets • 2 (Quartets Nos. 3 And 5) (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 08,  · Michael Tippett's love for the string quartet stemmed from his obsession with Beethoven's string quartets; indeed, in all of his quartets, Tippett .
  2. Sep 15,  · Michael Tippett regarded TS Eliot as his ‘spiritual father’, and talked of writing his own Four Quartets. In the end, he left us five. Three are from the s, and are powered by the kind of ticking energy and radiant, sunlit sonorities that characterise other early works such as the Concerto for Double String Orchestra.
  3. This second volume of Tippett string quartets completes the Naxos cycle by the group named in the composer’s honour. The third and fifth quartets are a curious pairing. Over forty years separates their composition, and the musical worlds they inhabit are at the far ends of Tippett’s spectrum.
  4. Jan 17,  · Each quartet has a distinctive character, No 1 close to the sound world of Tippett’s Concerto for Orchestra, Nos 2 and 3 nodding towards his opera The Midsummer Marriage, No 4 .
  5. the Tippett Quartet's approach to the Third Quartet emphasises weight and earthiness rather than the transcendent lightness of spirit that would emerge most fully in The Midsummer Marriage. a performance full of drama and excitement, a feature enhanced by the closely focused recording.
  6. Format Türü: CD, Format: 1 CD ENGLISH Michael Tippett, who was ‘invincibly drawn to the quartet medium' when he heard performances by the Busch and Léner Quartets during his student years in London, wrote five string quartets spanning his entire compositional life.
  7. Cd review - dazzling rhythms: Sir Michael Tippett's string quartets don't so much form a thread running through his career as a series of snapshots across a 50 year period, with a 30 year gap between the third and fourth quartets. The quartets remain a remarkable and challenging piece of 20th century repertoire and in this new disc from the Heath Quartet (Oliver Heath, Cerys Jones, Gary.
  8. Less forcefully than The Lindsays, yet with more momentum than the Tippett Quartet on Naxos, the Heath Quartet’s Tippett exemplifies how ideas of Beethoven’s quartets in performance, and string quartet-playing more widely, have evolved over the last four decades.

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