Prazak Quartet - Franck: Piano Quintet Dvorak: String Qrt No. 14 | RECORD STORE DAY
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Franck: Piano Quintet Dvorak: String Qrt No. 14
Artist: Prazak Quartet
Format: CD

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Label: PRAGA
Rel. Date: 06/03/2022
UPC: 5051083181228

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DISC: 1

1. Franck: Piano Quintet in F minor, FWV 7 I. Molto Moderato Quasi Lento
2. Franck: Piano Quintet in F minor, FWV 7 II. Lento, Con Molto Sentimento
3. Franck: Piano Quintet in F minor, FWV 7 III. Allegro Non Troppo, Ma Con Fuoco
4. Dvorák: String Quartet No.14 in A-Flat Major, Op.105, B.193 I. Adagio Ma Non Troppo - Allegro Appassionato
5. Dvorák: String Quartet No.14 in A-Flat Major, Op.105, B.193 II. Molto Vivace - Trio
6. Dvorák: String Quartet No.14 in A-Flat Major, Op.105, B.193 III. Lento E Molto Cantabile
7. Dvorák: String Quartet No.14 in A-Flat Major, Op.105, B.193 IV. Finale. Allegro Non Tanto

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The first major French piano quintet, César Franck's Piano Quintet was completed in 1879 and premiered in January 1880. With an intensity and lyricism unheard of in the French chamber music repertoire at the time, it marked both the renewal of the latter, opening the way for Chausson, D'Indy and Fauré, and that of Franck's style. The Prazák Quartet and François Dumont come together to celebrate the composer's 200th birthday with this masterpiece. The Prazák Quartet complete the program with Dvorak's last string quartet, composed when he returned home after three years in America. In the thousand subtleties of expression and color, we find the same lyrical breath that animates Franck's Quintet, both of which the Prazák Quartet and François Dumont renders with ardor, superbness and beauty of sound.