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Piano Quintet No. 1;  String Quartets Nos. 1 and 5;  Peter Schickele, The Audubon Quartet (Centaur CRC 2505):  A collection of American music for String Quartet with and without piano.  Features the Quintet No. 1 for Piano and Strings, String Quartet No. 1 “American Dreams,” and String Quartet No. 5 “A Year in the Country.” 



bulletPeter Schickele, piano
bulletDavid Ehrlich, violin
bulletAkemi Takayama, violin
bulletDoris Lederer, viola
bulletClyde Shaw, cello

Track Listing

String Quartet No. 1 “American Dreams” (Peter Schickele)

[1]  I  Opening Diptych

[2]  II  Four Studies

[3]  III  Music at Dawn

[4]  IV  Dance Music

[5]  V  Closing Diptych

Quintet No. 1 for Piano and Strings (Peter Schickele)

[6]  I  Prelude

[7]  II  Intermezzo

[8]  III Elegy

[9]  IV  Finale

String Quartet No. 5 “A Year in the Country” (Peter Schickele)

[10]  I  Spring Dawn

[11]  II  Birds

[12]  III  Bugs

[13]  IV  At John Burroughs’ Grave in Roxbury

[14]  V  Leaves

[15]  VI  Three Fiddles

[16]  VII  By the Ashokan

[17]  VIII  Winter Goodnight



Audio Samples

Listen to short excerpts from String Quartet No. 1, String Quintet No. 1, String Quartet No. 5:

String Quartet No. 1
String Quintet No. 1
String Quartet No. 5

Audio Samples can be played using the free RealAudio player. 

Cover image, audio clips and track listings are copyright © 2000 Centaur Records, Inc., and are used courtesy of Centaur Records, Inc.  Any other copying by other parties for other uses is not authorized.

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