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Green is the final item in a trilogy by Swiss-German Amaryllis Quartett; the others were entitled White and Red. The sense of the titles remains obscure (it seems to refer merely to the graphic design on the CD covers), but the structure of the programs is consistent: Romantic string quartets are paired with works of the 20th century. It seems like a version of the programs of the classical music golden age, where the inclusion of one contemporary work was obligatory, but the Amaryllis pulls it off well all around. The contemporary work, György Kurtág's Officium Breve in memoriam Andreae Szervánsky, Op. 28 (1988), is an intriguing one, consisting of a sequence of 15 miniatures -- flashes of texture almost -- that are mostly less than a minute long. The immediate inspiration of the work is probably Anton Webern (although it is not serial), but it seems to work very well with the two Schumann quartets. Schumann's quartets in turn were partially inspired by study of Beethoven's late quartets, and the episodic yet tightly knit structure of, especially, the String Quartet No. 3 in A major, Op. 41/3. The Amaryllis Quartett gives distinctive modern performances of the Schumann pieces, which emerge as nervous, experimental, and highly original. In all it's a performance that knits together Romantic and Modern as well as any, and the players are supported by fine intimate quartet sound from Leipzig's Genuin label. Recommended.
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String Quartet No. 1 in A Minor, Op. 41, No. 1 (Robert Schumann)

1
String Quartet in A Minor, Op. 41 No. 1: I. Introduction: Andante espressivo - Allegro
00:09:22

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - Robert Schumann, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

2
String Quartet in A Minor, Op. 41 No. 1: II. Scherzo: Presto - Intermezzo
00:03:57

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - Robert Schumann, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

3
String Quartet in A Minor, Op. 41 No. 1: III. Adagio
00:06:41

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - Robert Schumann, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

4
String Quartet in A Minor, Op. 41 No. 1: IV. Presto
00:06:45

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - Robert Schumann, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28 (György Kurtag)

5
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: I. Largo
00:00:28

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

6
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: II. Piu andante
00:00:31

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

7
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: III. Sostenuto, quasi giusto
00:00:27

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

8
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: IV. Grave, molto sostenuto
00:00:40

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

9
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: V. (Fantasie uber die Harmonien des Webern-Kanons): Presto
00:00:49

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

10
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: VI. (Canon a 4): Molto agitato
00:00:16

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

11
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: VII. Canon a 2 (frei, nach op. 31/VI von Webern): Sehr fliessend
00:00:37

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

12
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: VIII. Lento
00:00:37

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

13
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: IX. Largo
00:00:52

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

14
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: X. Sehr fliessend (arr. of Webern: Cantata No. 2, Op. 31: VI. Canon a 4)
00:01:26

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

15
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: XI. Sostenuto
00:02:16

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

16
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: XII. Sostenuto, quasi giusto
00:00:32

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

17
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: XIII. Sostenuto, con slancio
00:00:56

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

18
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: XIV. Disperato, vivo
00:00:49

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

19
Officium breve in memoriam Andreae Szervanszky, Op. 28: XV. Arioso interrotto (di Endre Szervanszky): Larghetto
00:01:27

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - György Kurtag, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

String Quartet No. 3 in A Major, Op. 41, No. 3 (Robert Schumann)

20
I. Andante espressivo - Allegro molto moderato
00:07:24

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - Robert Schumann, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

21
String Quartet No. 3 in A Major, Op. 41, No. 3: II. Assai agitato - Un poco adagio - Tempo risoluto
00:07:03

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - Robert Schumann, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

22
String Quartet No. 3 in A Major, Op. 41, No. 3: III. Adagio molto
00:09:08

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - Robert Schumann, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

23
String Quartet No. 3 in A Major, Op. 41, No. 3: IV. Finale: Allegro molto vivace
00:07:26

Amaryllis Quartett, Ensemble - Robert Schumann, Composer

2013 Genuin 2013 Genuin

Descriptif de l'album

Green is the final item in a trilogy by Swiss-German Amaryllis Quartett; the others were entitled White and Red. The sense of the titles remains obscure (it seems to refer merely to the graphic design on the CD covers), but the structure of the programs is consistent: Romantic string quartets are paired with works of the 20th century. It seems like a version of the programs of the classical music golden age, where the inclusion of one contemporary work was obligatory, but the Amaryllis pulls it off well all around. The contemporary work, György Kurtág's Officium Breve in memoriam Andreae Szervánsky, Op. 28 (1988), is an intriguing one, consisting of a sequence of 15 miniatures -- flashes of texture almost -- that are mostly less than a minute long. The immediate inspiration of the work is probably Anton Webern (although it is not serial), but it seems to work very well with the two Schumann quartets. Schumann's quartets in turn were partially inspired by study of Beethoven's late quartets, and the episodic yet tightly knit structure of, especially, the String Quartet No. 3 in A major, Op. 41/3. The Amaryllis Quartett gives distinctive modern performances of the Schumann pieces, which emerge as nervous, experimental, and highly original. In all it's a performance that knits together Romantic and Modern as well as any, and the players are supported by fine intimate quartet sound from Leipzig's Genuin label. Recommended.
© TiVo

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