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GEN 14298
EAN: 4260036252989
18.90 €

Atac Sezer (*1971)  
Subject (2008)
Matthias Pintscher (*1971)  
Study IV for Treatise on the Veil (2009)
Ahmed Adnan Saygun (1907-1991)  
String Quartet No. 1 (1947)
Largo Allegro moderato Allegro
Adagio poco Vivo Adagio
Grave Allegro assai
Atac Sezer (*1971)  
Flow (2010)


Works by Atac Sezer, Matthias Pinscher und
A. Adnan Saygun

Oriental Contemporary

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Asasello reloaded: after their breathtaking GENUIN debut, the four string quartet rebels are now going one better. For not only is their performing art sensational, but one is repeatedly left speechless over their choice of repertoire. And whoever might associate oriental with Seraglio romanticism and Janissary music is barking up the wrong tree entirely. Challenging, passionate and without compromise, the works of this CD utterly besiege us. Views from the Orient and onto the Orient by Atac Sezer, Matthias Pinscher and the grand old man of Turkish music, Ahmed Adnan Saygun: Sensational!

Classical Modern Music
"The Asasello Quartet takes on these works with verve."
Review on the Blog Classical Modern Music by Grego Applegate Edwards, 17 March 2014

"There is a yearning quality to the long, high lines of the Adagio, genuine excitement in the bustle of the last movement, and an attractive quirkiness to the Allegretto. I have fallen for this piece absolutely ... the Cologne-based Swiss Asasello Quartet are technically excellent, and bring total commitment and belief to every note they play."
Review on the magazine Fanfare by Phillip Scott, 20 August 2014