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Kai Christiansen
. . . Dvořák, Cypresses (Echo of Songs) for string quartet . . . Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904) Cypresses (Echo of Songs), for string quartet, 1865/1888/1927 The true . . . provenance of Dvořák's charming 12 instrumentals for string quartet conventionally titled "Cypresses" is . . . often in the first violin) beautifully set within the four-part texture of the string quartet. Dvořák . . . transcribed them for string quartet. In the process, he changed the order resulting in the following sequence
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. . . Josef Suk, String Quartet No. 1 in B-flat major, Op. 11 . . . , Brahms, but are nonetheless highly original in conception. His First String Quartet dates from 1896 and . . . his being enrolled at the Prague Conservatory in 1885 at the age of 11 where he first studied violin . . . . Eventually, he became a composition student of Antonín Dvořák. He graduated in 1891, and kept up a friendship . . . with Dvořák, whose daughter he married in 1898. He formed what became the world famous Bohemian
Kai Christiansen
. . . the inaugural piano quartet, piano trios, a piano quintet and several string quartets. Although his earlier . . . ) When Josef Suk was born, Dvořák was in his early thirties and would become an important father figure . . . piano, violin and organ. Entering the Prague Conservatory when he was only eleven, Suk studied violin . . . , theory and chamber music graduating in 1891 with an impressive piano quartet as his first official opus . . . . Still merely eighteen, he remained at the conservatory for another year to study with Dvořák who had
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. . . Suk's Piano Quartet was was the result of an assignment from his teacher, Antonín Dvořák. Dvořák . . . Dvořák, whose daughter he married in 1898. He formed what became the world famous Bohemian Quartet with . . . a slight resemblance to the lovely theme from Borodin Second String Quartet. The finale, Allegro con fuoco . . . Josef Suk, Piano Quartet in a minor, Op. 1 . . . enrolled at the Prague Conservatory in 1885 at the age of 11 where he first studied violin. Eventually, he