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Bartók: Quatuors Nos. 1, 2 & 3

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Bartók: Quatuors Nos. 1, 2 & 3

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1
Quatuor à cordes No. 1, Op. 7, Sz. 40: I. Lento
00:09:16

2
Quatuor à cordes No. 1, Op. 7, Sz. 40: II. Allegretto
00:08:59

3
Quatuor à cordes No. 1, Op. 7, Sz. 40: III. Introduzione: Allegro - Allegro Vivace
00:11:38

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Quatuor à Cordes No. 2, Op. 17, Sz. 67: I. Moderato
00:10:25

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Quatuor à Cordes No. 2, Op. 17, Sz. 67: II. Allegro Molto Cappriccioso
00:07:42

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Quatuor à Cordes No. 2, Op. 17, Sz. 67: III. Lento
00:09:06

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Quatuor à Cordes No. 3, Sz. 85: I. Prima Parte: Moderato
00:04:44

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Quatuor à Cordes No. 3, Sz. 85: II. Seconda Parte: Allegro
00:05:33

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Quatuor à Cordes No. 3, Sz. 85: III. Ricapitulazione della Prima Parte: Moderato
00:03:04

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Quatuor à Cordes No. 3, Sz. 85: IV. Coda: Allegro Molto
00:01:40

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