Gal / Wallisch / Aron Quartett: Gal: Piano Quartet in A Major

Gal / Wallisch / Aron Quartett: Gal: Piano Quartet in A Major

Gal / Wallisch / Aron Quartett: Gal: Piano Quartet in A Major

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Title: Gal: Piano Quartet in A Major
Artist: Gal / Wallisch / Aron Quartett
Label: Cpo Records
UPC: 761203527625
Genre: Classical Artists

The program of this album offers a varied selection of chamber music with piano written by Hans Gál between 1922 and 1940. Among these, the main work on the album is undoubtedly the Piano Quartet written for the one-armed pianist Paul Wittgenstein. The work consists of four substantial movements, and each of the movements is uniquely melodic; moreover, there are strong contrasts between the two light and airy movements II and IV on the one hand, and the dignified opening movement and delicate Adagio on the other. Richness and variety characterize this most productive period of composer Hans Gál. The rest of the program is of a decidedly lighter character than the Piano Quartet and shows Gál at his most fluid, melodic.


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