Schubert String Quintet C major Hollywood String Quartet + Alvin Dinkin Kurt Reher "Taped in January 1951, the Hollywood Quartet's version of Schubert C-Major Quintet was one of the composition's very first recordings." - Discophage online review
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Beethoven String Quartet No15 A minor Hollywood String Quartet Op.132 18:25 Molto adagio: Heiliger Dankgesang eines Genesenden an die Gottheit, in der lydischen Tonart "Here are aristocratic interpretations of Beethoven's late string quartets, magnificently performed on an exalted plane by the legendary Hollywood String Quartet. These extraordinary readings of great beauty reveal the esoteric depths of Beethoven's most mysterious compositions. The rich, luxuriant sound is generated by four brilliant artists with common musical roots, who seem to be of one soul. While the sound is sensuous and expressive, and the playing technically awe inspiring, the HSQ never loses sight of this music's spiritual content. Unfulfilled with their professional work as film studio musicians, these virtuosic artists, who were also close friends and family, initially came together to express and share their gifts in the intimacy of chamber playing. Their glorious ensemble was fortunately preserved by Capitol Records' single microphone recording procedure. Thanks to their expertise in the recording studios of Hollywood, these four artists had an absolute understanding of how to create a perfect, integrated and natural sound. Especially in the sublime Opus 132 in a minor, the Hollywood String Quartet bring insight and depth unique to their collective vision. The Heiliger Dankgesang, Beethoven's song of thanks to the "Gottheit" for his recovery from serious illness, is performed with deepest devotion and reverential purity. Impeccable ensemble, luminous warmth and the most profound expressions of the ideals of beauty are the hallmarks of this legendary and venerated group. Highest recommendation." (online review)
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I- Sehr langsam- II- Etwas bewegter- III- Schwer betont- IV- Sehr breit und langsam- V- Sehr ruhig Hollywood String Quartet: Felix Slatkin & Paul Shure, violins Paul Robyn, viola Eleanor Aller, cello with Alvin Dinkin, viola Kurt Reher, cello Recorded: 21 & 22 August, 1950, Hollywood
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Franz Schubert String Quartet n°14 D.810 "Death and the Maiden" I. Allegro 0:00 II. Andante con moto 11:21 III. Scherzo. Allegro molto - Trio 21:36 IV. Presto 25:26 Hollywood String Quartet (Felix Slatkin - Paul Shure - Alvin Dinkin - Eleanor Aller) Studio recording, Hollywood, 7 & 9.XII.1955
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Frank Sinatra with the Hollywood String Quartet - Everything Happens to Me (1956) Personnel: Frank Sinatra (vocals), Felix Slatkin, Paul Shure (violin), Eleanor Aller (cello), Alan Dinkin (viola), Nelson Riddle (arrange, conduct) from the album 'CLOSE TO YOU' (Capitol Records)
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I Allegro con brio, II Andante grazioso, III Minuetto (Allegro con fuoco) & Trio, IV Finale (Vivace)
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Old School Hollywood by Vitamin Records' String Quartet Tribute to System of a Down is Available Now on iTunes, Amazon! Official Web Store: http://vsq.io/systmez iTunes: http://vsq.io/systmdwnmez Amazon: http://vsq.io/amznsystmez Also be sure to connect with us on... Facebook: http://facebook.com/vitaminstringquartet Twitter: http://twitter.com/wearevsq Tumblr: http://vitaminstringquartet.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/vitaminstringquartet
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String Quartet performance of The Power Of Love - Frankie Goes to Hollywood. #StringQuartet #ThePowerOfLove #FrankieGoesToHollywood The String Quartet Channel is the largest collection of String Quartet recordings on YouTube. We are a UK based string quartet who have made 100's of beautiful recordings of classical and modern String Quartet music for your viewing pleasure. If you would like to check on our performance availability for your wedding or event, please email us at [email protected] or fill in the enquiry form via our website. Please supply the following information so we can send you a correct quotation; Name: Email: Telephone: Function Date: Function Venue: Approx. Start Time: Approx. Finish Time: Wedding or Event: Many thanks! The String Quartet Channel Please note - we are very sorry but we are not a retailer of sheet music and cannot supply copies of sheet music arrangements performed, advise on sourcing sheet music or recordings of the music performed.
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Lost In Hollywood by Vitamin Records' String Quartet Tribute to System of a Down is Available Now on iTunes, Amazon! Official Web Store: http://vsq.io/systmez iTunes: http://vsq.io/systmdwnmez Amazon: http://vsq.io/amznsystmez Also be sure to connect with us on... Facebook: http://facebook.com/vitaminstringquartet Twitter: http://twitter.com/wearevsq Tumblr: http://vitaminstringquartet.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/vitaminstringquartet
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Sir William Walton:Violin Concerto(Dedicated To Heifetz) Jascha Heifetz-Violinist With Eugene Goosens Conducting The Cinncinnati Symphony Orchestra-Movement 1-Andante Tranquillo,2.Presto Capriccioso Alla Napolitana & 3.Vivace String Quartet in aminor-Hollywood String Quartet:Felix Slatkin-1st Violin,Paul C. Shure-2nd Violin,Paul Robyn-Viola & Eleanor Aller(Slatkin). Movement 1-Allegro,2.Presto,3.Lento & 4.Allegro Molto-13 sides of 78 rpm records.!Warning!Unedited Direct Playback From 78's With Side-Breaks! Lane Audio Research Digital Sound processing By Donald H. Holmes-2016 Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted.
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The Power of Love - Frankie Goes To Hollywood (String Quartet)
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Schubert String Quintet C major Hollywood String Quartet + Alvin Dinkin Kurt Reher Taped in 1951, the Hollywood Quartets version of Schubert C-Major Quintet was one of the compositions. Frank Sinatra with the Hollywood String Quartet - Everything Happens to Me (1956) Personnel: Frank Sinatra (vocals), Felix Slatkin, Paul Shure (violin), Eleanor Aller (cello), Alan Dinkin.
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William Walton: String Quartet in A Minor (1947) The Hollywood String Quartet: Felix Slatkin, violin I Paul Shure, violin II Paul Robyn, viola Eleanor Aller, cello Recorded November 2 and 3, 1949, in Hollywood, California, for Capitol Records; the producer was Jim Conkling and the engineer was John Palladino. Issued in three speeds simultaneously: as Capitol 78-rpm set ECL-8058, 45-rpm set KCM-8058 (my source), and as one side of a 33-rpm LP, P-8054 (coupled with Villa-Lobos' Quartet No. 6). Walton's Quartet in A Minor is in four movements: 1. Allegro 2. Presto (at 9:35) 3. Lento (at 12:25) 4. Allegro molto (at 21:20) The composer is supposed to have been so pleased with this recording that he expressed the hope that no one else would record the work! However, he did request for the players to re-record the second movement with its repeat, which they had omitted, feeling that the repeat detracted from the piece's excitement. Walton didn't agree, so retakes of the movement were made in August of 1950. Presumably only the LP was affected by the reissue of the recording with the new second movement, for by late 1950 Capitol was no longer producing classical 45 or 78 sets. In any case, on my 45 copy the movement has no repeat.
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*DISCLAIMER* NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO MUSIC IN THIS VIDEO. I DO NOT MONETIZE THIS VIDEO. If you own copyright to this music please contact me first I will take down immediately!
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String Quartet performance of Ghostbusters - Main Theme. The String Quartet Channel is the largest collection of String Quartet recordings on YouTube. #StringQuartet #Ghostbusters #RayParkerJr We are a UK based string quartet who have made 100's of beautiful recordings of classical and modern String Quartet music for your viewing pleasure. If you would like to check on our performance availability for your wedding or event, please email us at [email protected] or fill in the enquiry form via our website. Please supply the following information so we can send you a correct quotation; Name: Email: Telephone: Function Date: Function Venue: Approx. Start Time: Approx. Finish Time: Wedding or Event: Many thanks! The String Quartet Channel Please note - we are very sorry but we are not a retailer of sheet music and cannot supply copies of sheet music arrangements performed, advise on sourcing sheet music or recordings of the music performed.
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Ernst von Dohnányi String quartet n°3 op.33 I. Allegro agitato e appassionato 0:00 II. Andante religioso con variazioni 10:48 III. Vivace giocoso 20:19 Hollywood String Quartet (Felix Slatkin - Paul Shure - Alvin Dinkin - Eleanor Aller) Studio recording, Hollywood, 8-9.I.1955
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Franck: Piano Quintet I. Molto moderato quasi lento - Allegro (0:00) II. Lento con molto sentimento (18:19) III. Allegro non troppo ma con fuoco (28:41) Piano: Victor Aller Hollywood String Quartet Studio Recording, 1953
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How To Write and Arrange For Strings The Basics In this episode of Everything Music I discuss the ranges of the string family and how to voice chords from section to section. The Ranges of the Instruments are: Violin - G3-D4-A4-E5 Viola - C3-G3-D4-A4 Violoncello - C2-G2-D3-A3 Double Bass - E1-A1-D2-G2 The chords I’m using are: E Aeolian = E E C F# G F# G D A F# Minor9 = F# C# G# A A A Major/F Major = F C A E C# Links To Follow: If you are interested in purchasing The Beato Book please with me at [email protected] YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/RickBeato Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/rickbeatoproduction/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rickbeato1/ Twitter - @rickbeato www.nuryl.com www.rickbeato.com
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Worldwide Live presents... Matt Ford | voice The Tippett Quartet John Mills | violin Jeremy Isaac | violin Lydia Lowndes-Northcott | viola Bozidar Vukotic | cello James Pearson | piano Jeremy Brown | bass Matt Skelton | drums Howard McGill | saxophones/woodwinds Callum Au | trombone Hugh Webb | harp Monica McCarron | flute This reinvention of Close to You, one of the great Sinatra recordings, features an ensemble of handpicked musicians chosen for their sound and empathy for this extraordinary music. Matt Ford appears regularly with both the John Wilson Orchestra and the BBC Big Band, and was nominated for Best UK Male Vocalist at the inaugural Ronnie Scott's Jazz Awards. The acclaimed Tippett Quartet bring to the mix their credentials as one of the UK's most prominent chamber ensembles and a passion for the great Hollywood music of the 20th century. They are joined by leading Grammy-nominated jazz instrumentalists led by project producer Matt Skelton and Ronnie Scott's artistic director, James Pearson. Hugely talented arranger, bandleader and trombonist Callum Au has painstakingly transcribed and adapted Nelson Riddle's original scores. The unique diversity of the ensemble enables it to explore the cannon of popular songs in settings with strings and to showcase original arrangements by Callum Au, Colin Skinner and Andrew Cottee, John Wilson's key arranger and orchestrator. Alongside celebrating the genius of Sinatra's performances, the group also pays homage to the artistry of Nelson Riddle, the Hollywood String Quartet and the extraordinary studio musicians who so skilfully brought this music to life. Now, in the year of Sinatra's centenary, the group are tremendously proud to be bringing these exquisite versions of vintage popular song to audiences for the first time in almost 60 years. "Where else would you hear such distinctive, timeless music, tailored with such care yet still sounding so fresh?" - Peter Vacher, London Jazz News "It's musical gold" - Stewart Collins Box Office: 020 7730 4500 or book online at www.cadoganhall.com/event/sinatra-and-the-hollywood-string-quartet-150516 Tickets: £28, £22, £16
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Portugese Love Theme from Love Actually - Stringspace String Quartet If you are a fan of Stringspace please SHARE our clips on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and as many different ways as you can! Thank You! Enjoy! http://www.stringspace.com.au Composed by Craig Armstrong - Stringspace Booking Agency -- String quartets, string orchestras & jazz bands - weddings, events, recordings, concerts & TV/film. -- Find us at: http://www.stringspace.com.au http://www.facebook.com/stringspace http://www.youtube.com/StringspaceLive http://instagram.com/stringspace http://www.paperpark.com.au Production: Stringspace Sorry, we don't distribute or sell our sheet music arrangements. Please contact us if you are interested in hiring Stringspace for an event in Australia OR for mp3 recordings: [email protected] Thank You! Stringspace is based in Australia.
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Alexander Porfiryevich Borodin (1833-1887) String Quartet No. 2 in D major (00:05) 1. Allegro moderato (07:58) 2. Scherzo. Allegro (12:24) 3. Notturno (Nocturne): Andante (20:07) 4. Finale: Andante - Vivace Hollywood String Quartet Felix Slatkin (1915-1963), 1st Violin Paul Shure (1921-2011), 2nd Violin Paul Robyn (1908-1970) Viola, Viola Eleanor Aller Slatkin (1917-1995), Cello Rec. 19-210 December 1952 アレクサンドル・ポルフィーリエヴィチ・ボロディン 弦楽四重奏曲 第2番 ニ長調 ハリウッド弦楽四重奏団 第1ヴァイオリン：フェリックス・スラットキン (レナード・スラットキンの父) 第2ヴァイオリン：ポール・シュアー ヴィオラ：ポール・ロビン チェロ：エレノア・オーラー・スラットキン (レナード・スラットキンの母) 録音：1952年12月19～20日
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Verklärte Nacht (Transfigured Night), Op. 4, for string sextet (1899) A work in one movement for string sextet by Austrian composer Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951), his first true masterpiece, which is perhaps his most enduring composition. Composed in a highly harmonically advanced post-Romantic idiom, this work demonstrates that the young Schoenberg, aged 25, had already surpassed all his contemporaries in their style; it is little wonder that he would go on to search for new modes of composition and musical expression, pioneering atonal, expressionist and twelve-tone music. Even in this early work, the extensive use of chromaticism, modulation, dissonance and unorthodox harmonies made it very controversial when it premiered in 1902. In particular, Schoenberg used a certain "nonexistent" inverted ninth chord (it was nonexistent because it was uncategorized, and hence forbidden by convention), and this led the Vienna Musical Society to reject the composition. "Verklärte Nacht" takes as its subject a poem by Richard Dehmel that describes a man and a woman walking through a dark forest at night. She confesses a secret to him: She is pregnant with the child of another man. He reflects on this revelation in silence, and eventually comes to accept and forgive the woman. Schoenberg was inspired by his feelings for Mathilde von Zemlinsky, the daughter of his teacher Alexander von Zemlinsky and his future wife. This classic performance by the Hollywood String Quartet dates from 1955. English translation of Dehmel's poem: Two people are walking through a bare, cold wood; the moon keeps pace with them and draws their gaze. The moon moves along above tall oak trees, there is no wisp of cloud to obscure the radiance to which the black, jagged tips reach up. A woman's voice speaks: "I am carrying a child, and not by you. I am walking here with you in a state of sin. I have offended grievously against myself. I despaired of happiness, and yet I still felt a grievous longing for life's fullness, for a mother's joys "and duties; and so I sinned, and so I yielded, shuddering, my sex to the embrace of a stranger, and even thought myself blessed. Now life has taken its revenge, and I have met you, met you." She walks on, stumbling. She looks up; the moon keeps pace. Her dark gaze drowns in light. A man's voice speaks: "Do not let the child you have conceived be a burden on your soul. Look, how brightly the universe shines! Splendour falls on everything around, you are voyaging with me on a cold sea, but there is the glow of an inner warmth from you in me, from me in you. That warmth will transfigure the stranger's child, and you bear it me, begot by me. You have transfused me with splendour, you have made a child of me." He puts an arm about her strong hips. Their breath embraces in the air. Two people walk on through the high, bright night. Hollywood String Quartet: Felix Slatkin, Paul Shure (violins), Paul Robyn (viola), Eleanor Aller Slatkin (cello) with Alvin Dinkin (viola) and Kurt Reher (cello)
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Schumann Piano Quintet E flat Op.44 Hollywood String Quartet with Victor Aller piano
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Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904) String Quartet No. 12 in F major, Op. 96, B. 179 "American" (1893) 00:00 - Allegro ma non troppo 09:08 - Lento 16:14 - Molto vivace 20:00 - Finale. Vivace ma non troppo Performed by the Cleveland Quartet (Telarc, 1991). "From its first performance, Dvořák's 'American' Quartet has enjoyed lasting popularity for its tunefulness, its rhythmic verve, and its happy interplay of the four instruments. Given all the publicity afforded Dvořák's ideas on American music, one might reasonably ask just how 'American' Op. 96 really is. A theme in the third movement qualifies as having been borrowed from an American: 'a damned bird (red, only with black wings)' that kept singing where he was working. Dvořák worked the native bird's song into the scherzo (measures 21 and following). Beyond that we are on less firm ground. Many of the themes are entirely or nearly pentatonic, and some have wanted to see in this the influence of the black spiritual. But in fact Bohemian music is just as frequently pentatonic, and similar themes can be found in Dvořák's music long before he came to America. The opening of the work was based on Smetana's First Quartet, though Dvořák's mood is entirely different -- lighter and livelier throughout, with the poignant exception of the lyrical second movement, the plaintive melody of which -- echoed between violin and cello -- is a wonderful foil to the high spirits of the remaining three movements." - Steven Ledbetter Painting: Airborne (1996), Andrew Wyeth
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Scherzo from Franz Schubert's String Quartet No. 14 in D minor (D. 810) "Death and the Maiden" performed by Oslo String Quartet (https://shop.klicktrack.com/2l/415562/) The Schubert Connection - Grieg's String Quartet meets Schubert's "Death and the Maiden": The String Quartet in G minor by Edvard Grieg is quite unlike other string quartets. Indeed, its originality is so marked that it is easy to imagine it has no predecessor in the string quartet repertoire. However, since no quartet is written in isolation from what has gone before, it must be assumed that some work, or works, in the string quartet tradition served as a model for Grieg. It is strange that no effort has been made by musicologists or others to enquire into this. Until now, that is. By placing side by side two works that at first sight seem fairly different, this recording aims to bring into the open, for the first time, the fascinating details that link them. Oslo String Quartet is widely recognized as one of the most versatile string quartets of our day. Since it was founded in 1991 it has established a reputation as an ensemble that unites high artistic standards with a degree of playfulness and an absolute integrity. The quartet's concerts and recordings have consistently received acclaim, both by the public and by critics. The Oslo String Quartet plays on instruments loaned by Dextra Musica and the ensemble is supported by Arts Council Norway. The current members of the quartet are Geir Inge Lotsberg and Liv Hilde Klokk (violins), Are Sandbakken (viola) and Øystein Sonstad (cello). This album is available as Pure Audio Blu-ray and HiRes audio files. Produced in DXD (Digital eXtreme Definition, 352.8kHz/24bit) stereo and 5.1 surround sound by multi-GRAMMY-nominated 2L (Lindberg Lyd, Norway). More information about this music: http://www.2L.no Gramophone Magazine about this recording: "There's much dark, moody colouring: death is indeed all around, an interpretation which not only naturally fits the Schubert but gives the Grieg, especially its tarantella-like finale, an equally relevant kick towards modern and psychological. Nothing cosy here, despite the folksong-like Trio. There are, of course, any number of significant versions of the Schubert (fewer of the Grieg) but this is a release to be suis generis in terms of both the intentionally paired repertoire and the sheer clairity of the sound. Recommended!" - Mike Asham, July 2013 Video produced by 2L / Morten Lindberg
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Schumann Piano Quintet E flat Op.44 Hollywood String Quartet with Victor Aller piano. Composer: Robert Schumann (8 1810 -- 29 1856) - Performers: tha Argerich (piano), Dora Schwarzberg (violin), Lucia Hall (violin), Nobuko Imai (viola), Mischa Maisky (cello) -. Daniil Trifonov performs Schumann - Piano Quintet in E-flat major, op. 44 with the Ariel String Quartet at the Arthur Rubinstein Piano Master Competition (, 2017, Tel Aviv). Since its. Eugene Drucker, violin Philip Setzer, violin Lawrence Dutton, viola David Finckel, cello © Deutsche Grammophon, 1995 I. Allegro brillante II. In modo duna marcia. Un poco largamente İ..
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Katia Popov ,First violin Lorand Lokuszta, violin Alma Fernandez, viola & Vanessa Freebairn-Smith,Cello perform Liszt, "Hungarian Rhapsody" www.CaliforniaStringQuartet.com video by ray torres COME VISIT US FCCNH 4390 Colfax Ave Studio City, CA 91604 818-763-8218 NEXT PERFORMANCE MARCH 25,2012 @ 2pm fccnh.org
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Here's the roll call of solo-string library discussed in the video: Virharmonic www.virharmonic.com * Bohemian Violin Vn  4.6GB * Bohemian Cello Ce  5.3GB * Spitfire Audio www.spitfireaudio.com * Sacconi Strings — Quartet Vn, Vn2, Va, Ce  70.7GB - 2016 * Solo Strings Vn, Va, Ce  6.2GB: https://www.spitfireaudio.com/shop/a-z/spitfire-solo-strings/ * Artisan Violin Vn  7.8GB (announced 2015) * Artisan Cello Ce  7.6GB (announced 2015) Vienna Symphonic Library www.vsl.co.at * Solo Strings I & II Vn, Va, Ce, Db  86.6GB (5 stars sound on sound)….came out in 2009 EastWest / Quantum Leap www.soundsonline.com * Hollywood Solo Violin Vn  39GB * Hollywood Solo Cello Ce  40.7GB Orchestral Tools www.orchestraltools.com * Berlin Strings First Chairs Vn, Vn2, Va, Ce  33.2GB * Nocturne Violin Vn  4.7GB * Nocturne Cello Ce  2.7GB Cinesamples www.cinesamples.com * CineStrings Solo Vn, Vn2, Va, Ce, Db  50GB Kirk Hunter www.kirkhunterstudios.com * Spotlight Solo Strings Vn, Va, Ce, Db  5GB * (Vn, Va and Ce have four variants, Db has 2) Strezov Sampling www.strezov-sampling.com * Macabre Solo Strings Vn, Va, Ce  4.5GB Embertone www.embertone.com - The Joshua Bell Violin (Stratoviarious) * Friedlander Violin Vn  3.5GB * Fischer Viola Va  4.3GB * Blakus Cello Ce  3GB * Leonid Bass Db  4.2GB Chris Hein www.chrishein.net * Solo Violin Vn, Vn2  4GB * Solo Viola Va  4GB * Solo Cello Ce  4GB * Solo Contrabass Db  4GB * (Ce has two variants) Samplemodeling www.samplemodeling.com * The Violin Vn  unpublished * The Viola Va  unpublished * The Cello Ce  unpublished Harmonic Subtones www.bestservice.de/en/emotional_cello.html * Emotional Cello Ce  unpublished
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String Quartet No.15 In A Minor, Op.132 1. Assai sostenuto - Allegro 2. Allegro ma non tanto 3. 3. Canzona di ringraziamento offerta alla divinità da un guarito, in modo lidico (Molto adagio) - Sentendo nuova forza (Andante) 4. 4. Alla marcia, assai vivace - Più allegro - Presto 5. 5. Allegro appassionato Amadeus Quartet, String Quartet Recording date: April 1962 Recording Location: Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin, Germany Live / Studio: Studio
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The String Quartet Tribute To The Smiths - There Is A Light That Never Goes Out Now Available: Official Web Store: http://bit.ly/JK5RhA iTunes: http://vsq.io/smithsvsq Amazon: http://amzn.to/OTwMMV Also be sure to connect with us on... Facebook: http://facebook.com/vitaminstringquartet Twitter: http://twitter.com/vitaminrecords Tumblr: http://vitaminstringquartet.tumblr.com
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I was walking in Lisbon, Portugal with my violin and heard this amazing string quartet performing, so I asked if they knew Despacito... Subscribe for more: https://goo.gl/J4QeDv The name of this talented quartet is Active Mess, on IG as @activemess 🔔NOTIFICATIONS ON🔔 Shop my violins: www.roblandesinstruments.com Book a personalized 30-60 second video from me on Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/rob_landes MERCH: https://goo.gl/KJxUdi SHEET MUSIC: https://goo.gl/shnDY9 MY GEAR HERE (Loop Pedal, Shoulder Rest, Pickup, Rosin etc.) https://goo.gl/Y4mqTK My covers on iTunes: "Hallelujah" https://goo.gl/MThwCa "Despacito" https://goo.gl/eKVaq8 "Thunderstruck" https://goo.gl/DmPCfr "Shape of You" https://goo.gl/PTYN5K "7 Nation Army: https://goo.gl/uDdbqN BOOKING: [email protected] SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/robertlandes1 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/RobLandesMusic INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/rob_landes TWITTER: http://twitter.com/rob_landes WEBSITE: http://roblandesmusic.com ROB LANDES is an award-winning violinist who started playing the violin at 3 years in Orem, Utah. Born to a large musical family, Rob gave his first solo recital at 10 years old, performed in the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on the Disney Channel with the Disney Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra, and founded a piano trio that performed actively throughout his teenage years. Rob has won first prize at numerous music competitions and has soloed with the Utah Symphony, Utah Valley Symphony, San Diego Chamber Orchestra, BYU Philharmonic, and BYU Chamber Orchestra. As a first violinist of the BYU Chamber Orchestra, Rob performed in more than twenty cities throughout central and southern Europe, and as concertmaster of the orchestra, gave a concert to a sold-out audience in New York’s Carnegie Hall. Rob was awarded full scholarships to attend Brigham Young University and Rice University where he earned a Bachelor’s in Music and Master’s in Music, respectively. While studying at Rice, Rob began covering rock and pop music, and upon returning to Salt Lake City after graduation, began playing with a looper pedal which he uses to create intricate and stunning arrangements of today and yesterday’s most popular music Rob recently won the award for "Best Instrumental" at the Utah Music Awards for his rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah". Filmed by slsfilm.com, on Instagram as @markandersen For booking or inquiries (ONLY BUSINESS INQUIRIES) please email [email protected] For video production or music inquiries from record label ARK Studios Media Group please email [email protected]
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Copenhagen String Quartet ensemble, Recorded in the 1960's. Tutter Givskov, violin. Mogens Lydolph, violin. Mogens Bruun, viola. Asger Lund Christiansen, violoncello. Copenhagen String Quartet, Danish Chamber music ensemble, created 1957 by musicians from the Royal Chapel: the initiator Asger Lund Christiansen on cello, Givskov as primaria (first violinist), Mogens Lüdolph 2. violin (later Mogens Durholm) and Mogens Bruun on viola.The Quartet was for years one of the leading Danish chamber ensembles, and has had a significant foreign tour activity. On Repertory was music by, among other things. Niels w. Gade and Vagn Holmboe, whose quartets, in many cases, was written for the ensemble. The Quartet ended in 1994. Grand String Quartet in a minor, Op.122 Friedrich Kuhlau (1786-1832), often called the "Beethoven of the Flute", is well-known to flute players, if few others, for the many fine pieces that he composed for that instrument. Though it is generally assumed, by those who have heard of him, that he was a flute virtuoso, ironically, he never played the instrument. Born in Germany, after being blinded in one eye in a freak street accident, he studied piano in Hamburg. In 1810, he fled to Copenhagen to avoid conscription in the Napoleonic Army, which overwhelmed the many small principalities and duchies of northern Germany, and in 1813 he became a Danish citizen. Outside of several lengthy trips which he took, he resided there until his death. During his lifetime, he was known primarily as a concert pianist and composer of Danish opera, but was responsible for introducing many of Beethoven's works, which he greatly admired, to Copenhagen audiences. Considering that his house burned down destroying all of his unpublished manuscripts, he was a prolific composer leaving more than 200 published works in most genres. Beethoven, whom Kuhlau knew personally, exerted the greatest influence upon his music. Interestingly, few of Beethoven's contemporaries showed greater understanding or ability to assimilate what the great man was doing than Kuhlau. Certainly with regard to form, Kuhlau was clearly able to make sense and use what Beethoven was doing in something as advanced as his Middle Period. Thus, for those encountering his chamber music for the first time, there is always a surprise at how fine the music is structurally and also how well he handles the instruments. Beyond this, he definitely had, like Mozart, Schubert or Hummel, a gift for wonderful melodies which bubble forth from his music effortlessly. The Grand Quartet, composed in 1832 shortly before Kuhlau's death, was to be the first of a set of six. It combines classical quartet style with the dramatic style of Weber and to some extent Rossini. A pensive Andante sostenuto introduction begins the work, before the main theme of the Allegro assai poco agitato dramatically explodes forth (our soundbite begins here). The rhythmically intricate and highly ornamented big second movement, Adagio con espressione is by turns lyrical and emotionally charged. Next comes a Scherzo, allegro assai. The robust and thrusting main theme rushes forward from start to finish. The trio, a lovely serenade for the first violin, is equally as fast. The Finale, Allegro molto, begins with a soft, smooth introduction. Suddenly a powerful and exciting theme bursts forth and carries the music along to a thrilling finish. The ideas and musical language are different from others writing and this time.
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Arnold Schönberg (1874-1951) Verklärte Nacht, Op. 4 (00:05) 1. Sehr langsam (02:59) 2. Etwas bewegter (12:34) 3. Schwer betont (15:04) 4. Sehr breit und langsam (24:33) 5. Sehr ruhig Hollywood String Quartet Felix Slatkin (1915-1963), 1st Violin Paul Shure (1921-2011), 2nd Violin Paul Robyn (1908-1970), 1st Viola Eleanor Aller Slatkin (1917-1995), 1st Cello Alvin Dinkin (1912-1970), 2nd Viola Kurt Reher, 2nd Cello Rec. 21-22 August 1950 アルノルト・シェーンベルク 浄められた夜 作品4 (浄夜) ハリウッド弦楽四重奏団 第1ヴァイオリン：フェリックス・スラットキン (レナード・スラットキンの父) 第2ヴァイオリン：ポール・シュアー ヴィオラ：ポール・ロビン チェロ：エレノア・オーラー・スラットキン (レナード・スラットキンの母) ヴィオラ：アルヴィン・ディンキン (後にポール・ロビンに代わりハリウッド弦楽四重奏団へ加入) チェロ：クルト・レーア (ロサンジェルス・フィルハーモニック首席奏者) 録音：1950年8月21～22日
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I used EWQLSO Platinum's Solo String samples to breathe life into a Sibelius 7 transcription of Haydn's 'Kaiser' String Quartet. Enjoy! Elliot Wright's EWQLSO-Sibelius 7 Manual Sound Set Templates are available for download 31 Jan 2013! More info: http://j.mp/UQhfRj
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W. Walton, String Quartet in A Minor, performed at the Meadowmount School of Music, August 8, 2016 by Michael Siess and Katherine KyuHyeon Lim, violins; Aaron Rosengaus, viola; Ida Nørby Sørensen, cello. String Quartet in A Minor William Walton (1902 - 1983) Michael Siess, violin Katherine KyuHyeon Lim, violin Aaron Rosengaus, viola Ida Nørby Sørensen, cello
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Kodály String Quartet Nos. 1, Op.2 I. Andante poco rubato - Allegro II. Lento assai, tranquillo III. Presto IV. Allegro CHICAGO SYMPHONY STRING QUARTET Victor Aitay & Edger Muenzer, violins Milton Preves, viola; Frank Miller, cello
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Course Curriculum, 100 Orchestration Tips, and Newsletter at Orchestration Online man website: http://orchestrationonline.com MOOOC Registration: http://orchestrationonline.com/moooc/ Information on Patreon benefits: https://www.patreon.com/posts/moooc-patreon-5155885 Join the orchestration online community by subscribing to this channel, checking in on Twitter @OrchestrationOL, and being part of the conversation on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/278568792265515/
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From the "Film-Chamber Music" concert in Oslo April 12th 2013. An ode to a great composer. Themes and original scores by John Williams, arrangement made by Nikolai Clavier. 1st Violin: Emil Huckle Kleve 2nd Violin: Minh Thien Nguyen Viola: Nikolaï Clavier Cello: Martin Aarbakke Double Bass: Arve Haus Themes presented in the collage: 00:00 Star Wars Fanfare 01:43 Jaws 03:03 E.T. 04:04 Superman 05:25 Jurassic Park 07:47 Indiana Jones For more arrangements and information: https://www.clavierclassics.com The score is available for FREE on my website!
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I think the 3rd time's the "charm." 1. Allegro 2. Andante con moto 12:38 3. Scherzo Allegro molto 21:23 4. Presto 24:49 Recorded in 1925. Members: 1st: Violin: James Levey, 2nd Violin: Thomas Petre, Viola: H. Waldo Warner, Cello: C. Warwick-Evans Found at The AHRC Research Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music (CHARM) which was established on 1 April 2004, supported by a 5-year grant of just under £1m from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The London String Quartet was founded in London in 1908 and remained one of the leading English chamber groups into the 1930s, and made several well-known recordings. The viola player and composer Harry Waldo Warner (1874–1945) had trained at the London Guildhall School of Music under Alfred Gibson and Orlando Morgan. After giving some violin recitals he concentrated on viola. Charles Warwick Evans (1885-1974) studied for 6 years at the Royal College of Music and became principal cello in the Beecham Opera Company, then leading cello in the Queen's Hall Orchestra. He resigned that post to devote himself to the String Quartet. In 1908 Warwick-Evans was leader of the Queen's Hall violoncellos and Waldo Warner was first viola in the New Symphony Orchestra. Warwick-Evans formed the idea of a string quartet worked up to the standard of a solo virtuoso, and approached Waldo Warner. He was enthusiastic, and then Petre was found and finally Albert Sammons, the new Concertmaster of Thomas Beecham's orchestra, to lead the quartet. They rehearsed four times a week for nearly two years before giving their first concert. There was to be no 'boss': if anyone disagreed with tempo or phrasing he spoke out, the point was discussed, and the decision made if necessary by voting. The first concert was on January 26, 1910, at Bechstein (Wigmore) Hall, as the 'New' Quartet, playing Dohnanyi in D flat, Tchaikovsky in D, and a Fantasy Quartet (No. i) of Waldo Warner's. Reviews were excellent: the second concert was in June 1910, of Debussy in G minor, Beethoven Op. 59 no. 1, and a Fantasy of Balfour Gardiner's. Warwick-Evans suggested the name 'London String Quartet' and in 1911 it was adopted. At the outbreak of war, 1914, Warwick-Evans and Waldo Warner could not serve for health reasons. Petre served in France and his place was taken successively by Wynn Reeves, Herbert Kinsey, and Edwin Virgo. Albert Sammons, meanwhile, was building a solo career and had less time for essential rehearsals. In May 1915 the quartet began to give chamber music 'Pops', much liked in wartime London. By May 1917 they had given 50, and at about that time Sammons left and was replaced (July 1917) by James Levey, a pupil of Ferdinand Hill's. The last of these concerts, the 117th, was on July 14, 1919. In 1920 the suggestion was made that they should perform a one-week cycle of the complete Beethoven quartets, and this was done first in Edinburgh, then in London, then Stockholm, Christiania, and variously in America, in all ten cycles including three in London. In September 1920 they were introduced to America by Mrs Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge at Pittsburgh, playing Frank Bridge's E minor (Bologna) Quartet, Beethoven in E minor, and Waldo Warner's Folk-song Fantasy. In addition to a great number of concerts in London and England they undertook many international tours, notably to America, France, Portugal, Spain (twice), Scandinavia (thrice), Germany and Canada. From November 1922 to April 1924 they conducted a world-tour. Their prestige in America, North and South, was very considerable, and they traveled from Canada to Buenos Aires, performing much new music as well as Beethoven quartet cycles. By the late 1920s they had introduced around one hundred new pieces of music to the repertory. Their disbanding, in November 1934, was prompted by John Pennington having been appointed to the concertmaster's chair in San Francisco. The quartet was one of the most important international groups of its time. Numerous premieres, Beethoven cycles, widespread concertizing, and eminent recordings marked out its trajectory. The 'live' Library of Congress recordings demonstrate its most vital, sensitive and convincing musicianship in ways that even its studio discs occasionally fail to show. They provide irrefutable evidence that the quartet was one of the very greatest of its time.
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The Lullaby for Strings was written in 1919 while Gershwin was studying harmony and counterpoint with Edward Kilenyi Sr. However, Gershwin was no mere student at the time; his first musical, "La La Lucille", having been produced on Broadway that same year. You see, contrary to the Hollywood-ized image of him, George was devoted to studying music throughout his all too short life, constantly seeking to expand his knowledge and refine his technique. He used the opening theme of the Lullaby as part of an aria (Has Anyone Seen My Joe?) in his unsuccessful one-act opera of 1922, "Blue Monday". Though the stage work was a failure, (it was part of "George White's Scandals" and was withdrawn after a single performance), upon hearing the work, Gershwin caused Paul Whiteman to commission a work for his upcoming Aeolean Hall concert. This work turned out to be Rhapsody in Blue. The manuscript for Lullaby sat on Ira Gershwin's shelf for decades until it was shown to harmonica virtuoso Larry Adler who transcribed it for harmonica and string quartet and presented it at the Edinburgh Festival in 1963. It was then transcribed for harmonica and orchestra. The work was not premiered in its original form until Oct. 28, 1967 —Please enjoy a marvelous live performance of "Lullaby for String Quartet" recorded, August 19, 1986 at "The Large Hall" in Moscow for USSR Radio and Television by the strings of The Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Dimitri Kitayenko...
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Heiliger Dankgesang eines Genesenden an die Gottheit, in der lydischen Tonart String Quartet No. 15 in A Minor, Op. 132 I. Assai sostenuto - Allegro II. Allegro ma non tanto III. Heiliger Dankgesang eines Genesenden an die Gottheit, in der lydischen Tonart: Molto adagio - Neue Kraftfuhtend: Andante - Molto adagio IV. Alla marcia, assai vivace - Piu allegro - V. Allegro appassionato Quarteto Italiano Paolo Borciani, 1st violin Elisa Pegreffi, 2nd violin Piero Farulli, viola Franco Rossi, cello BBC Recordings - Royal Festival Hall, Londra 1965
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LOUIS GLASS String Quartets Stine Hasbirk, viola Flemming Lave, viola Vanja Louro, cello Jacob Soelberg, violin Alexander Zapolski, violin Zapolski Quartet Louis Glass, composer About: Louis Glass was one og the most important composers of the Late Romantic period in Denmark. He was a contemporary of Carl Nielsen, but there is a certain contrast between their style due to the influence of César Franck and Anton Bruckner on Glass. His string quartets bear the marks of this influence and as such are broadly conceived chamber music works rich in sonority. String Quartet in A minor op. 23, No. 2* (1896, rev. 1929*) I Allegro, ma non troppo vivace II Allegretto giocoso III Andante molto espressivo IV Allegro Louis Glass, 1864-1936, Danish composer, conductor and music educator. Pupil of such father, Christian Henry Glass (1821-1893) and Niels W. Gade. Louis Glass made his debut as a pianist and cellist in 1882 and 1885 studied at the Conservatory in Brussels. In 1898 he was a founding member of Music Teachers' Association (now the Danish Music Teachers Association). He was the 1915-18 chairman of the Danish National Concert Association and the drive 1891-1932 Glass' Academy, which his father had founded the 1877th He awarded in 1889, it Anckerske Grant. Louis Glass has written orchestral music, chamber music, piano works and songs. Among the major works include symphonies, No. 3, Forest Symphony (ca. 1901), and No. 5, Sinfonia swastika (1919-20). Glass took stylistic base in the Danish High Romanticism, but developed under the influence of such Cesar Franck and Anton Bruckner a highly personal expression. Several works refer to the theosophical subjects.
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Allegro ,ma non tanto
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Allegro • 6:21 Andante
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