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Ravel - Mendelssohn

Quatuor Morphing

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Quartet in F Major, Op. 35  
1
I. Allegro moderato
Maurice Ravel; Quatuor Morphing
8:02
2
II. Assez vif, très rythmé
Maurice Ravel; Quatuor Morphing
6:23
3
III. Très lent
Maurice Ravel; Quatuor Morphing
8:28
4
IV. Vif et agité
Maurice Ravel; Quatuor Morphing
4:58
Quatre pièces pour quatuor à cordes, Op. 81  
5
I. Thème et variations
Felix Mendelssohn; Quatuor Morphing
5:54
6
II. Scherzo
Felix Mendelssohn; Quatuor Morphing
3:30
7
III. Capriccio
Felix Mendelssohn; Quatuor Morphing
5:33
8
IV. Fugue
Felix Mendelssohn; Quatuor Morphing
5:19
Total Playing Time    48:07
The Quattuor Morphing have constructed an artistic identity around the idea of transcription as a saxophonistic challenge, and this recording sees the group meeting this challenge with aplomb. Here, the group performs transcriptions of works for string quartet, bringing out the polymorphic aspects of the saxophone's timbre.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Klarthe Studio Masters

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