Rondo Quartet 3/2. │ Dohnányi, Schubert, Sári
Ernő Dohnányi: String Quartet No. 1 (A major), Op. 7
József Sári: Quartetto per archi
Franz Schubert: String Quartet (d minor, "Death and the Maiden"), D. 810
- Áron Dóczi - violin
- Dávid Pintér - violin
- Péter Tornyai - viola
- Orsolya Mód - violoncello
BMC Library presents a three-part concert series with the Rondo Quartet. The program focuses on Ernő Dohnányi's pieces as Rondo Quartet is currently working on a complete recording of the Hungarian composer's string quartets. To complement Dohnányi's work, a quartet by Schubert is also included as the two composers shared a similar artistic attitude. Also featured at the second concert is a quartet by contemporary Hungarian composer József Sári.
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Dohnányi's Quartets 1. by the Rondo Quartet
Rózsavölgyi és Társa Kiadó
"Chamber music is the truest expression of Dohnányi's art" - said Aladár Tóth in 1927 after the premiere of the Hungarian composers third quartet in a minor, op. 33. In a cooperation of Rózsavölgyi Records and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, a quartet oy young and formidable musicians recorded Dohnányi's pieces, including the seldom-played Op. 33. The recording also includes a rare gem: Dohnányi's unpublished quartet from 1983, written at a very young age.