The Ives Ensemble playing one of Morton Feldman's later and shorter works, the 1979 "String Quartet," in a digital DDD recording from 2005.
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Label: Hat [now] ART
Catalog ID: Hat [now] ART167
Squidco Product Code: 9182
Packaging: Cardstock Sleeve
Digital recordings made July 4 to July 6, 2005 at Sendesaal Hessischer Rundfunk.
Ives Ensemble: Josje Ter Haar-violin
Janneke Van Prooijen-violin
Job Ter Haar-cello
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Job Ter Haar: "I'm a cellist based in Amsterdam. I play mostly chamber music, on modern and period instruments. My groups include: the Van Swieten Society, the Ives Ensemble, Musica ad Rhenum and Floreal String Quartet. I am also working as a research coach at Codarts Rotterdam."-Job Ter Haar Website (https://jobterhaar.wordpress.com/about/)
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1. String Quartet (1979) 76:57
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"The string quartet has a special place in classical music, second in importance among ensembles only to the orchestra. The string quartet repertoire is rich, ranging from the 18th and 19th century Classicists and Romantics - Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert most prominently - to Modernists of the past century - Bartok, Shostakovich, and Milhaud among the most prolific and respected. Even iconoclasts like Schonberg, Berg, Babbitt, and Carter confirmed a connection to the tradition and created works which adhered to the formal logic and dramatic ambience of those of their predecessors while incorporating their own compositional procedures. But there have been exceptions as well, extremist composers who rejected the genre outright, or distorted it beyond recognition. Morton Feldman fits into the latter category...or does he?"-Art Lange, from the back cover notes
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