Your marching orders


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Hugo Wolf: Italian Serenade


Ludwig van Beethoven: Serenade in D for String Trio Op. 8

0:00 I. Marcia. Allegro; Adagio
6:19 II. Menuetto. Allegretto
8:39 III. Adagio (D minor) 10:00 Scherzo 10:30 Adagio 11:50 Allegro molto
13:03 IV. Allegretto alla polacca (F major)
18:07 V. Tema con variazioni. Andante quasi allegretto


Ernő Dohnányi: Serenade in C for String Trio

I. Marcia. Allegro [00:00​]
II. Romanza. Adagio non troppo, quasi andante [02:06​]
III. Scherzo. Vivace [5:49​]
IV. Tema con variazioni. Andante con moto [10:18​]
V. Rondo (Finale). Allegro vivace [16:40​]


Arnold Schönberg: Serenade Op. 24

0:00​ 1. Marsch
4:58​ 2. Menuett – Trio (7:21​)
12:27​ 3. Variationen – Thema
17:57​ 4. Sonett Nr. 217 von Petrarca
21:01​ 5. Tanzscene
28:40​ 6. Lied (ohne Worte)
31:50​ 7. Finale


Dag Wirén: Serenade for Strings, IV Marcia


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1 Comment

  1. An intriguing itinerary, Particularly enjoyed your introduction to the Wolf Serenade.There is a serenade in his Italian Songbook, but the quartet movement somehow sounds more italianate. Very demanding to play, I imagine, and not just for the second violin!

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