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Quartets: Music by Laura Schwendinger

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That’s a new CD of my wife Laura‘s music, just released by Albany Records. The first piece is The Creature Quartet, made up of four larger movements which are framed by smaller movements, each one an ode to an extinct, endangered or mythical creature. The piece was premiered by the acclaimed JACK Quartet [short musical excerpt – video file], discussed in this post. Here are the entire contents: Laura Schwendinger, composerCreature Quartet: Hymn for Lost CreaturesJACK Quartet Laura Schwendinger, composerSudden LightJamie Van Eyck, mezzo soprano; Christopher Otto, violin; Ari Streisfeld, violin; Kevin McFarland, cello Laura Schwendinger, composerString Quartet in three movementsJACK Quartet Laura Schwendinger, composerSong for AndrewChristopher Otto, violin; John Richards, viola; Kevin

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That’s a new CD of my wife Laura‘s music, just released by Albany Records.

Quartets: Music by Laura Schwendinger

The first piece is The Creature Quartet, made up of four larger movements which are framed by smaller movements, each one an ode to an extinct, endangered or mythical creature.

The piece was premiered by the acclaimed JACK Quartet [short musical excerpt – video file], discussed in this post. Here are the entire contents:

Laura Schwendinger, composer
Creature Quartet: Hymn for Lost Creatures
JACK Quartet

Laura Schwendinger, composer
Sudden Light
Jamie Van Eyck, mezzo soprano; Christopher Otto, violin; Ari Streisfeld, violin; Kevin McFarland, cello

Laura Schwendinger, composer
String Quartet in three movements
JACK Quartet

Laura Schwendinger, composer
Song for Andrew
Christopher Otto, violin; John Richards, viola; Kevin McFarland, cello; Christopher Taylor, piano

Menzie Chinn
He is Professor of Public Affairs and Economics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

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