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Polish Cello Quartet

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1
Pièce sonate, Op. 9
Prosper van Eechaute; Polish Cello Quartet
12:50
Quartet in D Minor  
2
I. Allegro
Rudolf Matz; Polish Cello Quartet
6:41
3
II. Intermezzo (Andante)
Rudolf Matz; Polish Cello Quartet
5:01
4
III. Menuetto (Allegretto)
Rudolf Matz; Polish Cello Quartet
2:57
5
IV. Assai drammatico (Andante)
Rudolf Matz; Polish Cello Quartet
3:55
6
V. Finale in modo rustico (Allegro)
Rudolf Matz; Polish Cello Quartet
4:58
Ballada & Rhapsody  
7
I. Ballada
Kazimierz Wiłkomirski; Polish Cello Quartet
9:54
8
II. Rhapsody
Kazimierz Wiłkomirski; Polish Cello Quartet
8:40
In vacanza  
9
I. Partenza
Alfredo Piatti; Polish Cello Quartet
2:17
10
II. Arrivo
Alfredo Piatti; Polish Cello Quartet
3:20
11
III. Danza rustica
Alfredo Piatti; Polish Cello Quartet
4:58
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:31
The debut album from the Polish Cello Quartet contains the fruit of the ensemble's historical discoveries. The four young virtuosos have one goal: to put the cello quartet on equal ground as other chamber ensembles embedded in tradition and well established on stage. To accomplish this, the quartet wanders several paths, always sticking to the principle of building its repertoire of pieces written originally for a cello quartet by composers familiar with the specifics of the instrument, its technical and expressive capacity and above all its "rhetorical" potential in the partnership of chamber playing.
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