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Bernard Herrmann: Souvenirs de voyages - David Del Tredici: Magyar Madness

Michel Lethiec, Fine Arts Quartet

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Souvenirs de voyage  
I. Lento - Molto tranquillo
Bernard Herrmann; Michel Lethiec; Fine Arts Quartet
II. Berceuse - Andante
Bernard Herrmann; Michel Lethiec; Fine Arts Quartet
III. Andantino - Canto amoroso
Bernard Herrmann; Michel Lethiec; Fine Arts Quartet
Magyar Madness  
I. Passionate Knights
David Del Tredici; Michel Lethiec; Fine Arts Quartet
II. Interlude - Contentment
David Del Tredici; Michel Lethiec; Fine Arts Quartet
III. Magyar Madness, "Grand Rondo à la Hongroise"
David Del Tredici; Michel Lethiec; Fine Arts Quartet
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    69:02
The iciness and drama of his great film scores contrasts powerfully with the reserved and lyrical beauty of Bernard Herrmann’s chamber music. Souvenir de Voyage was his final concert work, each of the three movements having roots in a different work of art – A.E. Houseman’s On Wenlock Edge, Synge’s novel Riders to the Sea and the Venetian watercolours of J.M.W. Turner. This rhythmically sinuous clarinet quintet is both vivid and graceful. David Del Tredici’s Magyar Madness fuses ardency with playful wit, its long finale a vast and wild ‘Hungarian frenzy’.
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