Kodály Quartet & Gian-Luca Petrucci - Viotti: Flute Quartets, Op. 22 (2017)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:55:11 | 127 MB
Label: Tudor | Release Year: 2017
The Kodály String Quartet is one of the world's leading veteran chamber ensembles. It traces its origin to 1966 when four students at the famous Franz (Ferenc) Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest founded a student string quartet named the Sebastyan Quartet. The new chamber organization quickly gained a reputation as something special, and in the same year it was officially recognized with a victory at the Geneva International Quartet Competition. In 1968, the Sebastyan Quartet won the 1968 Leo Weiner Quartet Competition in Budapest, named after the violinist-composer who was a major teacher in chamber music, and the main advocate responsible for the international fame of Hungarian string quartets.