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Concord String Quartet

Plays Brown, Cage & Feldman

Label: Klimt

Format: LP

Genre: Compositional

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An accomplished group in the world of chamber music, the Concord String Quartet, active from 1971-1987, gained almost immediate attention from the press as well as a dedicated following, after winning the prestigious Walter W. Naumburg Chamber Music Award in 1972. Although the quartet was a classical string quartet, these rare 1973 recordings show the groups affinity for the "New York School" of avant-garde composers, like Earle Brown, John Cage and Morton Feldman, as well. Side B is entirely comprised of John Cages 1950 "String Quartet in Four Parts", where each section of the piece corresponds to one of the four seasons as well as a particular force: spring/creation, summer/preservation, autumn/destruction, and winter/quiescence. 

 


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Cat. number: MJJLP0000366LP
Year: 2014
Notes:

SIDE A: 1. Earle Brown - String Quartet 2. Morton Feldman - Structures For String Quartet. 
SIDE B: 1. John Cage I - Quietly Flowing Along 2. John Cage II - Slowly Rocking 3. John Cage III - Nearly Stationary 4. John Cage IV - Quodlibet.