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« Reply #3480 on: May 12, 2022, 02:21:55 pm »

A second helping of Reich Pudding! Gut,ja! :)

After that cd of Max von Schillings' String Quartet & Quintet,this album of String Quartet's by Hans Pffffffffff-itzner (another composer with delightful views! But hey,he's dead & let's just enjoy the music! ::) ;D) this is more like it! Lot's of interesting instrumentation & ideas. It's not exactly tuneful,but there's lyricism & some fibre,which helps the medicine go down (Wasn't that supposed to be sugar?! ::)). Pfitzner,later,turned the String Quartet op.36 in c sharp minor into a full blown symphony for orchestra. If you enjoy Berg & Zemlinsly (String Quartet's 2-4) there's the same tortured lyricism,but not too severe that it frighten's duffer's like me who head for the nearest air raid shelter as soon as they hear the name's,Stockhausen or Birtwistle! :o ;D

Actually,listening to Schillings & Pfitzner makes me wonder whether Cpo will get around to recording the music of Max Trapp (1887-1971). Another composer with unpleasent political affiliation's & views! Not saying they should. But it's a mildly,intriguing thought!
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