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Talich Quartet|Dvořák: "American" Quartet, 8 Waltzes

Dvořák: "American" Quartet, 8 Waltzes

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Fascinated by the folklore of his native Bohemia, and gifted with inexhaustible melodic inventiveness, Antonín Dvořák went through several creative periods as he gradually broke out of the Classical mould; the last of these was deeply influenced by the years he spent in the United States. His kindness and optimism set him apart from the other great Romantics, darker and more tormented in character, and contributed to the unique charm and accessible character of his music, which have earned him justified popularity.

The Talich Quartet demonstrates con brio that it is vital for a string quartet to regenerate itself with the arrival of new members who share the same urge to enhance the radiant tradition of the great Czech quartet school. Thus Jan Talich Jr. perpetuates the tradition with a "new" Talich Quartet alongside the violinist Roman Patočka, the eminent former cellist of the Pražák Quartet, Michal Kaňka, and the violist Radim Sedmidubský, previously with the Škampa Quartet. The new line-up began giving concerts in 2021 and immediately won over audiences with the lightness of tone, spontaneous expression, unpredictable accents and innate feeling for folk elements so characteristic of the founding members. As the sole guardian of the group’s legendary discography, it was only natural for La Dolce Volta to invite the members of the Talich Quartet back to the studio to record this new album. © La Dolce Volta

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8 Waltzes, Op. 54, B. 101 (Antonín Dvořák)

1
I. Waltz No. 1 (Transcribed by Antonín Dvořák)
00:03:32

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble - Dvorak Antonin, Arranger

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

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II. Waltz No. 2 (Transcribed by Antonín Dvořák)
00:03:30

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble - Dvorak Antonin, Arranger

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

3
III. Waltz No. 3 (Transcribed by Jiří Kabát)
00:03:03

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble - Kabát Jiří, Arranger

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

4
IV. Waltz No. 4 (Transcribed by Jiří Kabát)
00:03:00

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble - Kabát Jiří, Arranger

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

5
V. Waltz No. 5 (Transcribed by Jiří Kabát)
00:03:08

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble - Kabát Jiří, Arranger

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

6
VI. Waltz No. 6 (Transcribed by Jiří Kabát)
00:04:16

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble - Kabát Jiří, Arranger

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

7
VII. Waltz No. 7 (Transcribed by Jiří Kabát)
00:03:10

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble - Kabát Jiří, Arranger

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

8
VIII. Waltz No. 8 (Transcribed by Jiří Kabát)
00:02:52

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble - Kabát Jiří, Arranger

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

9
Quartet Movement in F Major, B. 120
00:09:46

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

String Quartet in F Major, Op. 96, B. 179 "American" (Antonín Dvořák)

10
I. Allegro ma non troppo
00:09:39

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

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II. Lento
00:07:24

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

12
III. Molto vivace
00:03:53

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

13
IV. Finale. Vivace ma non troppo
00:05:32

Antonín Dvorák, Composer - Talich Quartet, MainArtist, ChamberMusicEnsemble

2022 La Dolce Volta 2022 La Prima Volta

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Fascinated by the folklore of his native Bohemia, and gifted with inexhaustible melodic inventiveness, Antonín Dvořák went through several creative periods as he gradually broke out of the Classical mould; the last of these was deeply influenced by the years he spent in the United States. His kindness and optimism set him apart from the other great Romantics, darker and more tormented in character, and contributed to the unique charm and accessible character of his music, which have earned him justified popularity.

The Talich Quartet demonstrates con brio that it is vital for a string quartet to regenerate itself with the arrival of new members who share the same urge to enhance the radiant tradition of the great Czech quartet school. Thus Jan Talich Jr. perpetuates the tradition with a "new" Talich Quartet alongside the violinist Roman Patočka, the eminent former cellist of the Pražák Quartet, Michal Kaňka, and the violist Radim Sedmidubský, previously with the Škampa Quartet. The new line-up began giving concerts in 2021 and immediately won over audiences with the lightness of tone, spontaneous expression, unpredictable accents and innate feeling for folk elements so characteristic of the founding members. As the sole guardian of the group’s legendary discography, it was only natural for La Dolce Volta to invite the members of the Talich Quartet back to the studio to record this new album. © La Dolce Volta

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