Lasalle Quartett / Alban Berg - Lyrische Suite - Streichquartett Op. 3 (Lyric Suite - String Quartett, Op. 3) album flac
|Lyrische Suite Für Streichquartett|
|Allegro Misterioso. Trio Estatico||3:18|
|Presto Delirando. Tenebroso||4:26|
|Streichquartett Op. 3 (1909/10)|
|1. Satz: Langsam||8:58|
|2. Satz: Mässige Viertel||9:37|
|2530 283||Lasalle Quartett* / Alban Berg||Lasalle Quartett* / Alban Berg - Lyrische Suite - Streichquartett Op. 3 (Lyric Suite - String Quartett, Op. 3) (LP)||Deutsche Grammophon||2530 283||Germany||1971|
|2530 283 ST||Lasalle Quartett* / Alban Berg||Lasalle Quartett* / Alban Berg - Lyrische Suite - Streichquartett Op. 3 (Lyric Suite - String Quartett, Op. 3) (LP)||Deutsche Grammophon||2530 283 ST||Spain||1974|
|413 799-1||Alban Berg, Lasalle Quartet||Alban Berg, Lasalle Quartet - String Quartet / Lyric Suite (LP, Album, RE)||Deutsche Grammophon||413 799-1||Germany||1986|
|63217||Alban Berg, La Salle Quartet||Alban Berg, La Salle Quartet - Lyrische Suite, Streichquartett Op.3 (LP)||Orbis||63217||Germany||Unknown|
Lasalle Quartett, Alban Berg – Lyrische Suite - Streichquartett Op. 3 (Lyric Suite - String Quartett, Op. 3). Genre . Lyrische Suite Für Streichquartett (1926). Allegrettto Gioviale.
Streichquartett Op. 3 (1909/10). B1. 1. Satz: Langsam. B2. 2. Satz: Mässige Viertel. Alban Berg, Lasalle Quartet - String Quartet, Lyric Suite (LP, Album, RE). Deutsche Grammophon. Alban Berg, La Salle Quartet. Alban Berg, La Salle Quartet - Lyrische Suite, Streichquartett O. (LP).
The Lyric Suite is a six-movement work for string quartet written by Alban Berg between 1925 and 1926 using methods derived from Arnold Schoenberg's twelve-tone technique. Though publicly dedicated to Alexander von Zemlinsky (from whose Lyric Symphony it quotes), the work has been shown to possess a "secret dedication" and to outline a "secret programme" Perle 1977a,. Berg arranged three of the "pieces" (movements) for string orchestra in 1928. The string quartet has six movements: Allegretto gioviale.
BPM Profile Lyrische Suite, Streichquartett Op. 3. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Alban Berg. Berg: Drei Orchesterstücke, Schönberg: Pelleas und Melisande. Violin Concerto /Three Orchestral Pieces (Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks feat. conductor: Sir Colin Davis, violin: Gidon Kremer).
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
Berg: Lyrische Suite; Streichquartett Op. Mozart: String Quartets Nos. 16 & 17. Schubert: Streichquartette 10, 12, 14 "Der Tod und das Mädchen" & 15. Alban Berg Quartett 11/28/2005.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Streichquartett Op. 3, Lyrische Suite (Arditti String Quartet) (1994) by Alban Berg. This album has an average beat per minute of 86 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 57/120 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Streichquartett Op. 3, Lyrische suite (Arditti String Quartet). Streichquartett, Op 3: I. 9'28.
The String Quartet op. 3 (1910) was written when Berg was using free atonality for greater expression. In spite of the composer's wider choice of pitches, these works are very Viennese: tempo di valse, Romantic swells and the feeling that in listening one is eating a rich piece of cake. Berg wrote a vocal part for the last movement of the Lyric Suite, but it remained secret until long after his death. This recording does not contain that vocal part, but interested listeners can turn, for example, to a Nonesuch disc where the Kronos Quartet and Dawn Upshaw perform the reconstruction. That said, the purely instrumental work does not feel like it's lacking anything and is richly enjoyable.
For the Arditti Quartet, proponents of cutting-edge contemporary repertoire, this is foundational - 20th Century innovation on which everything since has been premised. There is an angry tone that is lacking in the LaSalle Quartet and Schoenberg Quartet interpretations. But it sounds positively classical by comparison to the Alban Berg Quartett's recordings, which stand at the pole of maximum Romantic intensity, full of anguish. I would not want to hear only one interpretation of these classic modern works, but the Arditti Quartet's is among the best.
There is little doubt that the greatest string quartet of the first half of the 20th century is Alban Berg's Lyric Suite.