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After the success of their CD Still Schubert, the Alfama Quartet, in it's new configuration, records a new album devoted to the exacerbated romanticism in the music of Mendelssohn and Schumann. So Far so Close, this shout, this cry that ruptures sound-space. Far Fanny and Close Clara or the contrary. Two female names inseparable from the names of Mendelssohn and Schumann, united here in their melancholy hues and romantic exuberance like a long love letter highlighting the sorrow of separation. Patrick Leterme's Quartet, solar, ethereal and choral, fuses the tessituras of the four members of the mysterious and subtle formation that is the string quartet. The programme of the Quatuor Alfama brings out the diversity of the relational ties, thereby revealing it's own share of intimacy.
After the success of their CD Still Schubert, the Alfama Quartet, in it's new configuration, records a new album devoted to the exacerbated romanticism in the music of Mendelssohn and Schumann. So Far so Close, this shout, this cry that ruptures sound-space. Far Fanny and Close Clara or the contrary. Two female names inseparable from the names of Mendelssohn and Schumann, united here in their melancholy hues and romantic exuberance like a long love letter highlighting the sorrow of separation. Patrick Leterme's Quartet, solar, ethereal and choral, fuses the tessituras of the four members of the mysterious and subtle formation that is the string quartet. The programme of the Quatuor Alfama brings out the diversity of the relational ties, thereby revealing it's own share of intimacy.
5412217016838

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Format: CD
Label: CYPRES
Rel. Date: 03/10/2023
UPC: 5412217016838

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After the success of their CD Still Schubert, the Alfama Quartet, in it's new configuration, records a new album devoted to the exacerbated romanticism in the music of Mendelssohn and Schumann. So Far so Close, this shout, this cry that ruptures sound-space. Far Fanny and Close Clara or the contrary. Two female names inseparable from the names of Mendelssohn and Schumann, united here in their melancholy hues and romantic exuberance like a long love letter highlighting the sorrow of separation. Patrick Leterme's Quartet, solar, ethereal and choral, fuses the tessituras of the four members of the mysterious and subtle formation that is the string quartet. The programme of the Quatuor Alfama brings out the diversity of the relational ties, thereby revealing it's own share of intimacy.
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