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Labyrinth: Mozart - Ligeti - Bach

Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam

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String Quartet No.14 in G Major, K.387  
1
I. Allegro vivace assai
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
8:02
2
II. Menuetto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
8:25
3
III. Andante cantabile
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
7:19
4
IV. Molto allegro
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
6:12
String Quartet No. 2  
5
I. Allegro nervoso
György Ligeti; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
5:12
6
II. Sostenuto, molto calmo
György Ligeti; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
4:40
7
III. Come un meccanismo di precisione
György Ligeti; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
3:13
8
V. Presto furioso, brutale, tumultuoso
György Ligeti; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
2:08
9
V. Allegro con delicatezza
György Ligeti; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
5:29
10
Canon in A Minor, BWV 1074
Johann Sebastian Bach; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
1:35
11
Canon zu vier Stimmen und Bass, BWV 1077
Johann Sebastian Bach; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
0:49
12
Canon in D Major, BWV 1072
Johann Sebastian Bach; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
1:11
13
Canon in F Major, BWV 1078
Johann Sebastian Bach; Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
1:01
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:16
The Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam offers this compelling programme of works based around the theme of counterpoint and labyrinth on its sophomore release. Alongside the first of Mozart’s "Haydn" Quartets the group presents György Ligeti’s complex micropolyphonic second string quartet, completing the album with musical puzzles in the form of canons by J.S. Bach.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Limited Studio Masters

Recorded at the Oude Dorpskerk, Bunnik, The Netherlands, April 26 - 28, 2016
Producer, engineer and editor: Adam Binks
Cover image: Daan van der Horst
Session photography © Resonus Limited

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