℗ 2023 Capriccio, 1040 Vienna, Austria
Released October 6, 2023
Duration 1h 30m 32s
Record Label CapriccioNR
Catalogue No. C5503
Genre Classical (Chamber)
 

Tcherepnin: Chamber Music

Michelangelo Quartett, Giuseppe Mentuccia, Siobhán Stagg

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String Quartet, Op. 11  
1.1
I. Moderato
Nikolai Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett
11:25
1.2
II. Scherzo
Nikolai Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett
10:21
1.3
III. Adagio
Nikolai Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett
7:53
1.4
IV. Finale
Nikolai Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett
8:08
String Quartet No. 1, Op. 36  
1.5
Moderato
Alexander Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett
9:14
String Quartet No. 2, Op. 40  
1.6
I. Moderato
Alexander Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett
4:54
1.7
II. Larghetto
Alexander Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett
3:30
1.8
III. Allegro moderato
Alexander Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett
3:19
2.1
There was no wind
Ivan Tcherepnin; Russian Folksong; Michelangelo Quartett; Siobhán Stagg
13:41
Piano Quintet, Op. 44  
2.2
I. Allegro
Alexander Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett; Giuseppe Mentuccia
10:00
2.3
II. Allegretto
Alexander Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett; Giuseppe Mentuccia
2:29
2.4
III. Allegro
Alexander Tcherepnin; Michelangelo Quartett; Giuseppe Mentuccia
5:38
Members of the Tcherepnin family helped shape European music history for more than a century, beginning with Nikolai Tcherepnin (1873–1945), continuing with his son Alexander (1899–1971) and ending with Ivan (1943–1998), who continued the family practice of composing into a third generation. Combining traditional and innovative elements, these recordings demonstrate an evolving compositional style, from late-Romantic to late-20th-century.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CapriccioNR Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.43
-11.57 to -1.00
-23.89
-31.46 to -19.77
-20.20
-29.10 to -16.50
14
12 to 16
1.1
I. Moderato
-1.00-23.66-19.815
1.2
II. Scherzo
-1.00-24.10-20.816
1.3
III. Adagio
-5.33-27.59-24.214
1.4
IV. Finale
-1.00-23.44-19.715
1.5
Moderato
-3.26-25.51-21.613
1.6
I. Moderato
-1.02-22.94-18.913
1.7
II. Larghetto
-11.57-31.46-29.112
1.8
III. Allegro moderato
-1.00-22.14-18.214
2.1
There was no wind
-1.00-21.56-17.312
2.2
I. Allegro
-1.00-19.77-16.512
2.3
II. Allegretto
-1.00-24.27-19.716
2.4
III. Allegro
-1.00-20.22-16.612

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