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Quatuor à cordes N° 1 en la mineur (1939) (Reynaldo Hahn)

1
I. Andante molto moderato
Quatuor Tchalik
00:08:18

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

2
II. Récit et chanson de Provence
Quatuor Tchalik
00:02:05

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

3
III. Andantino
Quatuor Tchalik
00:03:55

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

4
IV. Allegro assai
Quatuor Tchalik
00:03:52

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

Romance pour violon et piano en la majeur (1901) (Reynaldo Hahn)

5
Romance pour violon et piano en la majeur
Gabriel Tchalik
00:05:23

Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Dania Tchalik, Piano - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

Quatuor à cordes n° 2 en fa majeur (1943) (Reynaldo Hahn)

6
I. Animé
Quatuor Tchalik
00:07:34

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

7
II. Très mouvementé
Quatuor Tchalik
00:02:19

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

8
III. Posément. Très modéré
Quatuor Tchalik
00:08:22

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

9
IV. Très vite, à un temps
Quatuor Tchalik
00:05:56

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

Variations chantantes sur un air ancien, pour violoncelle et piano en ré dièse majeur (1905) (Reynaldo Hahn)

10
Variations chantantes sur un air ancien, pour violoncelle et piano en ré dièse majeur
Marc Tchalik
00:04:41

Marc Tchalik, Cello - Dania Tchalik, Piano - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

Deux improvisations sur des airs irlandais pour violoncelle et piano en sol dièse majeur (Ed. 1911) (Reynaldo Hahn)

11
N° 1 The Little Red-Lark
Marc Tchalik
00:01:29

Marc Tchalik, Cello - Dania Tchalik, Piano - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

12
N° 2 The Willow-Tree
Marc Tchalik
00:02:00

Marc Tchalik, Cello - Dania Tchalik, Piano - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

Quintette pour piano et cordes en fa dièse mineur (1922) (Reynaldo Hahn)

13
I. Molto agitato e con fuoco
Quatuor Tchalik
00:11:32

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello - Dania Tchalik, Piano) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

14
II. Andante. Non troppo lento
Quatuor Tchalik
00:07:45

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello - Dania Tchalik, Piano) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

15
III. Allegretto grazioso
Quatuor Tchalik
00:06:48

Quatuor Tchalik (Gabriel Tchalik, Violin - Louise Tchalik, Violin - Sarah Tchalik, Viola - Marc Tchalik, Cello - Dania Tchalik, Piano) - Reynaldo Hahn, Composer

© 2020 Alkonost Classic ℗ 2020 Alkonost Classic

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