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Jaroslav Kulhan, Jiří Panocha, Miroslav Sehnoutka, Panocha Quartet, Pavel Zejfart
String Quartet No. 1 inspired by Tolstoy's "Kreutzer Sonata"
1 1. Adagio. Con moto
2 2. Con moto
3 3. Con moto
4 4. Con moto. (Adagio). Piu mosso
String Quartet No. 2 "Intimate Letters"
5 1. Andante
6 2. Adagio
7 3. Moderato
8 4. Allegro
Few chamber ensembles in the world can boast that they have played together in the same formation for nearly forty years and yet also maintain their musical freshness. The Panocha Quartet will celebrate their fortieth anniversary in 2008, and new recordings (Ravel, Suk, SU 3855-2) as well as a number of reissues of their most successful titles are being released to celebrate the occasion. Janacek's String Quartets nos 1 and 2 are gems of the international quartet literature of the 20th century, and a touchstone for string quartets. The Panocha Quartet recorded this contribution to the history of Janacek interpretation in 1995, and the album was exceptionally highly praised by the critics. "Their" Janacek is further proof of the strength of the Czech quartet tradition. The Panocha Quartet and its artistically unique interpretation of Janacek.