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Hagen Quartett

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The program looks like what was conventional in the 1970s and 1980s: Beethoven, Mozart, and the obligatory entry from the early 20th century, in this case Webern. But what you get from Germany's Hagen Quartet, here celebrating its 30th anniversary, is anything but conventional. The group members state that their aim is "to illustrate such things as pauses, fermati, dissonances, and certain extreme emotional phenomena as vividly as possible." Indeed, this is a set of hyper-expressive performances. For an example, look no further than the finale of Mozart's String Quartet in E flat major, K. 428, where the quartet blows through the rhythmic regularity of the opening phrases on the way to a total roller coaster ride of unexpected phrasing and constantly shifting treatments of the piece's already humorous and often intentionally deceptive pattern of silences and consequent-antecedent pairs. The extraordinarily un-dancelike minuet is likewise on the far edges of an ordinary conception of the work. The intense Beethoven String Quartet in E minor, Op. 59/2, is paradoxically not quite so extreme, but the beautifully reverent Molto Adagio movement is one of the highlights of the disc. The nicely matched pair of early atonal (and not twelve-tone) Webern works for quartet makes a perfect conclusion, with the tension of the extreme contrasts of the Five Movements for String Quartet, Op. 5, seeming to explode into the little bits that constitute the Bagatelles for string quartet, Op. 9, pieces just a minute or so long. Your mileage certainly may vary with this often idiosyncratic disc, but the Myrios label's super audio sound is superb, and one thing's for sure: it's never boring.
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String Quartet in E Minor Op. 59 / 2 - 'Rasumowsky' (Ludwig van Beethoven)

1
I. Allegro
00:09:30

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

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2
II. Molto Adagio. Si tratta questo pezzo con molto di sentimento
00:11:55

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

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3
III. Allegretto - Maggiore - Allegretto da capo
00:06:09

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

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4
IV. Finale: Presto
00:05:08

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

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String Quartet in E-Flat Major, K428 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

5
I. Allegro non troppo
00:08:15

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer

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6
II. Andante con moto
00:06:04

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer

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7
III. Menuetto. Allegro - Trio - Menuetto da capo
00:05:27

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer

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8
IV. Allegro vivace
00:06:13

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer

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Fünf Sätze, Op. 5 (Anton Webern)

9
I
00:02:35

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

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10
II
00:02:49

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

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11
III
00:00:46

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

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12
IV
00:01:56

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

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13
V
00:04:09

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

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Bagatellen, Op. 9 (Anton Webern)

14
I
00:00:39

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

© 2011 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio ℗ 2011 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

15
II
00:00:28

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

© 2011 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio ℗ 2011 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

16
III
00:00:26

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

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17
IV
00:00:50

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

© 2011 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio ℗ 2011 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

18
V
00:01:23

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

© 2011 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio ℗ 2011 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

19
VI
00:00:40

Hagen Quartett (Lukas Hagen, Violine I - Rainer Schmidt, Violine II - Veronika Hagen, Viola - Clemens Hagen, Violoncello) - Anton Webern, Composer

© 2011 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio ℗ 2011 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

Albumbeschreibung

The program looks like what was conventional in the 1970s and 1980s: Beethoven, Mozart, and the obligatory entry from the early 20th century, in this case Webern. But what you get from Germany's Hagen Quartet, here celebrating its 30th anniversary, is anything but conventional. The group members state that their aim is "to illustrate such things as pauses, fermati, dissonances, and certain extreme emotional phenomena as vividly as possible." Indeed, this is a set of hyper-expressive performances. For an example, look no further than the finale of Mozart's String Quartet in E flat major, K. 428, where the quartet blows through the rhythmic regularity of the opening phrases on the way to a total roller coaster ride of unexpected phrasing and constantly shifting treatments of the piece's already humorous and often intentionally deceptive pattern of silences and consequent-antecedent pairs. The extraordinarily un-dancelike minuet is likewise on the far edges of an ordinary conception of the work. The intense Beethoven String Quartet in E minor, Op. 59/2, is paradoxically not quite so extreme, but the beautifully reverent Molto Adagio movement is one of the highlights of the disc. The nicely matched pair of early atonal (and not twelve-tone) Webern works for quartet makes a perfect conclusion, with the tension of the extreme contrasts of the Five Movements for String Quartet, Op. 5, seeming to explode into the little bits that constitute the Bagatelles for string quartet, Op. 9, pieces just a minute or so long. Your mileage certainly may vary with this often idiosyncratic disc, but the Myrios label's super audio sound is superb, and one thing's for sure: it's never boring.
© TiVo

Informationen zur Originalaufnahme : Location: Siemens-Villa, Berlin, 19-22.V. & 3-4.XII, 2010

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