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COV41006
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Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Ein deutsches Requiem / A German Requiem
version for piano, four hands
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Tatjana Masurenko
Portrait -
works for viola and piano or viola solo
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Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Symphony No. 2 "Lobgesang" in B major op. 52
Psalm 42 "Wie der Hirsch schreit" op. 42
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Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
The Seven Last Words of
our Saviour on the Cross
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Scaramouche Quartett
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Werner Neugebauer, violin
Cornelia Löscher, violin
Firmian Lermer, viola
Detlef Mielke, violoncello

The seven last words of Jesus on the cross are an essential core of Christian faith. One of the best-known musical adaptations is that of Joseph Haydn, originally composed as seven orchestral interludes for a recitation of the biblical text. Soon afterwards Haydn approved the quartet version – it is no easy task for only four strings to explore its religious depths. The Scaramouche Quartet has achieved this with bravura on its debut SACD.

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Track List
  Sieben Streichquartette, op. 51, Nr. 1-6 Hob. III: 50-56
   
       
1. Introduzione: Maestoso ed Adagio    
2. Sonata I: Largo „Pater, dimitte illis, non enim sciunt, quid faciunt.“    
3. Sonata II: Grave e Cantabile „Amen dico tibi: Hodie mecum eris in Paradiso.“    
4. Sonata III: Grave„Mulier ecce filius tuus, et tu, ecce mater tua!“    
5. Sonata IV: Largo „Deus meus, utquid deleriquisti me?“
   
6. Sonata V: Adagio „Sitio!“    
7. Sonata VI: Lento „Consummatum est!“    
8. Sonata VII: Largo „In manus tuas, Domine, commendo spiritum meum.“    
9. Il Terremoto: Presto e con tutta la forza    

 

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