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Haydn: The Seven Last Words

Attacca Quartet

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The 7 Last Words of Christ, Hob. XX:2  
1.1
Introduction
Franz Joseph Haydn; Attacca Quartet
5:53
1.2
Sonata I. Largo
Franz Joseph Haydn; Attacca Quartet
7:31
1.3
Sonata II. Grave e cantabile
Franz Joseph Haydn; Attacca Quartet
7:05
1.4
Sonata III. Grave
Franz Joseph Haydn; Attacca Quartet
11:21
1.5
Sonata IV. Largo
Franz Joseph Haydn; Attacca Quartet
6:25
1.6
Introduction II
Franz Joseph Haydn; Andrew Yee; Attacca Quartet
3:56
1.7
Sonata V. Adagio
Franz Joseph Haydn; Attacca Quartet
6:39
1.8
Sonata VI. Lento
Franz Joseph Haydn; Attacca Quartet
6:12
1.9
Sonata VII. Largo
Franz Joseph Haydn; Attacca Quartet
6:16
1.10
Il terremoto
Franz Joseph Haydn; Attacca Quartet
1:39
Total Playing Time    62:57
Haydn composed The Seven Last Words at the request of a priest to mark Good Friday. A year after the original orchestral version, Haydn arranged the work for string quartet; a version for solo piano was also prepared. The string quartet version is performed here by American ensemble the Attacca Quartet in a new arrangement of the oratorio by Andrew Yee and the Quartet.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Azica Records Studio Masters

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