The Busch Quartet, Ludwig van Beethoven - Streichquartett N. 4 cis-moll op. 131 (12", Album). Quartet In C Sharp Minor, OP. 131 (LP).
Streichquartett Nr. 14 cis-Moll op. 131; String Quartet No. 14 in C-sharp Minor, Op. 131. Authorities.
From the Album Beethoven, String Quartets; Grosse Fuge. Quartet in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 131: Quartet in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 131: Allegro.
The String Quartet No. 14 in C♯ minor, Op. 131, was completed by Ludwig van Beethoven in 1826.
String Quartet No. 16 in F major, Op. 135. . String Quartet No. 14 in C sharp minor, Op. 5. Adagio ma non troppo e molto espressivo. 14 in C sharp minor Op. 131 (2008 Digital Remaster): I. Beethoven: The Late String Quartets, 7m 56sec. Chat About String Quartet No. Adagio ma non troppo e molto espressivo by The Busch Quartet.
131, by Ludwig van Beethoven was completed in 1826. About 40 minutes in length, it consists of seven movements to be played without a break, as follows. This work, which is dedicated to Baron Joseph von Stutterheim, was Beethoven's favourite from the late quartets. He is quoted as remarking to a friend that he would find "a new manner of part-writing and, thank God, less lack of imagination than before" больше The String Quartet no. 131, by Ludwig van Beethoven was completed in 1826
135 (Alexander String Quartet) String Quartet No. 131: VI. Adagio quasi un poco andante. Adagio quasi un poco andante Ludwig van Beethoven.
String Quartet in C-sharp minor, Op. 131, 1826. When the Russian Prince Galitzin approached Beethoven with a commission for "one, two or three" quartets, he helped catalyze one of the most wondrous creations in all of chamber music: the ineffable "late" quartets of Beethoven. After finishing the three commissioned quartets, Beethoven kept on composing adding a forth and fifth quartet and a final revised movement comprising a singular corpus of sustained musical thought and feeling of tremendous scope and arguable unity. Beethoven took the classical string quartet from Haydn and Mozart and, over the course of his life, radically expanded the art form in every conceivable way. He not only made his quartets longer, more complicated and more difficult to play, more impossible, he also made them more intellectually and emotional intense.
|A||1st Movement (Part 1) Adagio, Ma Non Troppo E Molto Espressivo|
|B||1st Movement (Conclusion) Adagio, Ma Non Troppo E Molto Espressivo|
|Ca||2nd Movement-Allegro Molto Vivace|
|Cb||3rd Movement (Part 1) Allegro Moderato|
|D||3rd Movement (Part 2) Andante, Ma Non Troppo E Molto Cantabile|
|E||3rd Movement (Part 3) Andante Moderato A Lusinghiers-Adagio|
|F||3rd Movement (Part 4) Allegretto-Adagio Ma Non Troppo Semplice|
|Ga||3rd Mov. (Con.) Adagio, Ma Non Troppo E Semplice-Allegretto|
|Gb||4th Mov. (Pt. 1) Presto|
|H||4th Movement (Conclusion) Presto|
|Ia||5th Movement-Adagio Quasi Un Poco Andante|
|Ib||6th Movement (Part 1) Allegro|
|J||6th Movement (Conclusion) Allegro|