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Marmarai: Oriental Contemporary: Works by A. Sezer, M. Pintscher, A. Adnan Saygun


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Ataç Sezer; Asasello-Quartett
Study IV for Treatise on the Veil
Matthias Pintscher; Asasello-Quartett
String Quartet No. 1  
I. Largo - Allegro moderato - Allegro
Ahmed Adnan Saygun; Asasello-Quartett
II. Adagio - poco Vivo - Adagio
Ahmed Adnan Saygun; Asasello-Quartett
III. Allegretto
Ahmed Adnan Saygun; Asasello-Quartett
IV. Grave - Allegro assai
Ahmed Adnan Saygun; Asasello-Quartett
Ataç Sezer; Asasello-Quartett
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    76:04
"... there is a yearning quality to the long, high lines of the Adagio, genuine excitement in the bustle of the last movement and an attractive quirkiness to the Allegretto. I have fallen for this piece absolutely ... the members of the Asasello Quartet are technically excellent and bring total commitment and belief to every note they play."
- Fanfare

The four string quartet rebels of Asasello present these challenging, passionate and uncompromising works which offer views from the Orient and onto the Orient, composed by Atac Sezer, Matthias Pinscher and the grand old man of Turkish music, Ahmed Adnan Saygun.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters

Recorded at Deutschlandfunk Kammermusiksaal, Cologne, Germany November 8–11, 2011
Executive Producer: Frank Kämpfer Recording
Producer and Editing: Malgorzata Albinska-Frank
Text: Ingo Dorfmüller
Booklet Editing: Johanna Brause, Leipzig
English Translation: Matthew Harris, Ibiza
Photography: Photowerkstatt Esser/Baus Cologne (Asasello-Quartett) Burak Isseven (A . Sezer), Ethan Bensdorf (M . Pintscher)
Graphic Design: Thorsten Stapel, Münster

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