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0118-3 DVD-Audio

The Auryn Series Vol. IX

French String Quartets

Claude Debussy
Gabriel Fauré
Maurice Ravel
Auryn Quartet
TACET Real Surround Sound

EAN/barcode: 4009850011835

01183 Diagramm

"Placing the musicians around the listener has a very unusual effect, because the music besets your body and binds it; you sit in the middle of the musical action and you are under attack from all sides. You physically feel the vibration because it physically spreads through your body. But that is not all: your ears bathe in a sea of fairy-tale colours of the most sublime culture. […] Thank you, dear Auryns, for this intensity!" (pizzicato)

Tracks

Nr.
No.
Werk - Satz
Composition - movement
Oeuvre - mouvement
Komponist
Composer
Compositeur
Künstler
Artist
Interprète
Dauer
Duration
Durée
1Quatuor pour instrument à cordesAllegro moderato. Très douxMaurice Ravel (1875 - 1937)
Auryn Quartet
8:14
2 Assez vif. Très rythméMaurice Ravel (1875 - 1937)
Auryn Quartet
6:04
3 Très lentMaurice Ravel (1875 - 1937)
Auryn Quartet
8:26
4 Vif et agitéMaurice Ravel (1875 - 1937)
Auryn Quartet
4:57
5Quatuor à cordesAllegro moderatoGabriel Fauré (1845 - 1924)
Auryn Quartet
6:21
6 AndanteGabriel Fauré (1845 - 1924)
Auryn Quartet
9:17
7 AllegroGabriel Fauré (1845 - 1924)
Auryn Quartet
8:27
8Quatuor op. 10Animé et très décidéClaude Debussy (1862 - 1918)
Auryn Quartet
6:21
9 Assez vif et bien rythméClaude Debussy (1862 - 1918)
Auryn Quartet
3:59
10 Andantino, doucement expressifClaude Debussy (1862 - 1918)
Auryn Quartet
7:00
11 Très modéré - très movementé et avec passionClaude Debussy (1862 - 1918)
Auryn Quartet
7:05

total playing time: 76:35

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