About the album
Contemporary works in a lively and touching interpretation.
The Quartet; oboe, violin, viola, cello, lean particularly to contemporary music. Along with their concerts, music-theater projects and CDs they are going to prove to the audience that contemporary music can be accepted and, above all, touches people. In many performances the quartet has already succeeded - the audience was enthusiastic and many composers have written especially for the Quartet.
Their new recording already gathered well-known works such as the 4 Preludes of Alexander Scriabin and "Tombeau de Couperin" by Maurice Ravel, as well as works by Theo Verbey, Einar Einarsson Torfi, Klaas de Vries and Robert Zuidam.
A colorful album with so called "modern" works.
11Tombeau de Couperin Prélude
12Tombeau de Couperin Forlane
13Tombeau de Couperin Fugue
14Tombeau de Couperin Menuet
15Tombeau de Couperin Rigaudon
16A Love Unsung - excerpt
18Desiring-Machines partial-object 0.1667
19Preludes op. 33 I
110Preludes op. 33 II
111Preludes op. 33 III
112Preludes op. 33 IV
113Preludes to Infinity I. Mysterious
114Preludes to Infinity II. Restless
115Preludes to Infinity III. Religious
116Preludes to Infinity IV. Luminous
117Via Crucis, Station IV “Jesu begegnet seiner heiligen Mutter”
On Wednesday, 26 February, The Stolz Quartet will present their new album: "Dutch Masters". The new album contains works from Dutch Masters and pieces of famous composers like The “4 Preludes Op. 33” from Skrjabin which is arranged by Robert Zuidam. The result is a colourfull album full of ‘modern works’ played on hobo, violin, cello and viola. Concert information: Wednesday February 26, 20:30 Splendor, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) Entrance: €17,50 Click here for more information Click here ...