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Joseph Haydn - Festetics Quartet / Krisztus het szava a keresztfan / Quartet Op. 51 ''Die sieben letzen Worte'' / Tom-Tom Records Audio CD 2011 / TTCD 165

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Joseph Haydn - Festetics Quartet / Krisztus het szava a keresztfan / Quartet Op. 51 ''Die sieben letzen Worte'' / Tom-Tom Records Audio CD 2011 / TTCD 165

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The Festetics Quartet (pronounced "fesh-tat-itch") are a string quartet from Budapest, Hungary.

The members are Istvan Kertesz, first violin; Erika Petoefi, second violin; Péter Ligeti, Kriszta Véghelyi, viola; and Rezső Pertorini, cello. The Festetics Quartet combines the use of period instruments with the legendary tradition of Hungarian string quartets. The quartet is named after the Festetics family, founders of the famous Helikon music library. Its repertoire includes string quartets by Josef Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Franz Schubert.

The Festetics Quartet has recorded all of the Haydn string quartets, available on CD.

 

Label: Tom-Tom Records - TTCD 165
Format: CD, Album
Country: Hungary
Released: 2011
 
 

Tracklist:

Streichquartett op. 51

Die sieben letzten Worte unseres Erlosers am Kreuze

1.  Introduction Maestoso ed Adagio   5:24

2.  Sonata I. Largo   6:40

3.  Sonata II. Grave e Cantabile   8:40

4.  Sonata III. Grave   11:02

5.  Sonata IV. Largo   9:16

6.  Sonata V. Adagio   10:22

7.  Sonata VI. Lento   8:04

8.  Sonata VII. Largo   8:13

9.  Il terremoto: Presto e con tutta la Forza   1:54

 

 

  • Violin - Kertesz Istvan, Petofi Erika
  • Viola - Ligeti Peter
  • Cello - Pertorini Rezso
  • Produced - Radnai Zoltan

 

 

The Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross (German: Die sieben letzten Worte unseres Erlösers am Kreuze) is an orchestral work by Joseph Haydn, commissioned in 1786 for the Good Friday service at Oratorio de la Santa Cueva (Holy Cave Oratory) in Cádiz, Spain. Published in 1787 and performed then in Paris, Rome, Berlin and Vienna, the composer adapted it in 1787 for string quartet and in 1796 as an oratorio (with both solo and choral vocal forces), and he approved a version for solo piano.

The seven main meditative sections—labelled "sonatas" and all slow—are framed by a slow Introduction and a fast "Earthquake" conclusion, for a total of nine movements.

 

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