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Anton Webern: String Quartet, Op. 28 (1938)

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Published on Jan 6, 2009

I. Mässig
II. Gemächlich
III. Sehr fliessend

Twelve-tone work using Webern's typical distillations of classical form: variations (mvt. 1), scherzo (mvt. 2) and rondo (mvt. 3). Through the use of canon and fugue in the second and particularly third movements, he was proud of his fusion of "horizontal" and "vertical" methods of composition.

Lasalle Quartet performs. Art by Paul Klee.

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