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Julius Röntgen

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« on: May 01, 2022, 06:55:01 am »

Julius Röntgen was born in Leipzig in 1855.

He left us 21 grand symphonies, 7 piano concertos and 19 string quartets.

In later years the influence of Reger was apparent in his polyphonic works, and a bitonal symphony of 1930 looks back to Debussy.

There are just three piano quintets.

- Piano Quintet no. 1 in C major, 1903. No performance seems to be available.

- Piano Quintet no. 2 in A minor, opus 100, 1927

It has four movements:
1. Andante
2. Allegro
3. Lento e mesto
4. Con moto, ma non troppo allegro

and the performers here were:

David Louie, piano
Erika Raum, violin
Marie Bérard, violin
Steven Dann, viola
David Hetherington, cello

- Piano Quintet no. 3 in G major, 1932. No performance seems to be available.

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