Feldman Edition 6: String Quartet No. 2

FLUX Quartet - Feldman Edition 6: String Quartet No. 2
Critic Score
User Score
Based on 36 ratings
Liked by 9 people
February 1, 2002 / Release Date
LP / Format
Mode / Label
Morton Feldman / Primary Artists
Tags
Sign In to rate and review

CRITIC REVIEWS

No critic reviews have been entered.
JustSomeGuy
97
Truly magnificent. Easily one of the most beautiful records I have ever heard. One six hour long song spread out over five 70+ minute long discs, recorded in a marathon performance done in one sitting. What you get is one of the most pleasant audio recordings to have ever been made. The FLUX Quartet did an exceptional job at realizing Morton Feldman's piece that has only ever been performed in its entirety a handful of times, and it's amazing that I managed to experience it.

I'm holding off on ... read more
SterlingCarter
100
Unquestionably exceptional, truly cherished this project emphatically. As the compositional connoisseur that I am, I wholly admired this record immediately upon the specific instances in which it manifested its symphonic sonorousness. It necessitated myself to upsurge in an act of trepidation. Tremendous body of work, almost initiates me into the act of reciting a fashionable decorum of excitement celebration practiced through internet vernacular. As if an intellect such as myself would ever ... read more
hmj
NR
I've been trying to expose myself to as much contemporary classical music as possible lately, and so far, this really takes the cake on many levels. While the reslistening value leaves to be desired (hardly anyone often has nearly 6 hours of free time–and I do believe that this deserves to be listened to in its entirety in one sitting), the content makes the hours spent thoroughly worth it.

On the surface, it may seem that this (similarly to most of Feldman's catalog) is simply lengthy, ... read more
notanalt
100
Absolutely beautiful.
Houdanny
90
Fragmented beauty at its finest, Feldman’s 6 hour String Quartet II is filled to the brim with cerebral wonderment as he conjures up some of the most hard to stomach, yet simultaneously beautiful classical passages I’ve heard in a while. The experimental appeal here is in leaps and bounds, but it takes a keen ear and open mind to find the true magnificence here.
Purchasing Feldman Edition 6: String Quartet No. 2 from Amazon helps support Album of the Year. Or consider a donation?
Contributions By
Ezht, EarCandy, kys
Become a Donor
Donor badge, no ads + more benefits.
Advertisement

Track List

  1. Pages 1-4
  2. Pages 5-9
  3. Pages 10-14
  4. Pages 15-19
  5. Pages 20-24
  6. Pages 25-27
  7. Pages 28-31
  8. Pages 32-36
  9. Pages 37-41
  10. Pages 42-46
  11. Pages 47-51
  12. Pages 52-53
  13. Pages 53-54
  14. Pages 55-58
  15. Pages 59-63
  16. Pages 64-68
  17. Pages 69-73
  18. Pages 74-78
  19. Pages 79-80
  20. Pages 80-83
  21. Pages 84-88
  22. Pages 89-93
  23. Pages 94-98
  24. Pages 99-100
  25. Pages 101-104
  26. Pages 105-109
  27. Pages 110-114
  28. Pages 115-119
  29. Pages 120-124
Sign in to comment
1mo
1mo
3mo
3mo
3mo
Advertisement


Added on: July 28, 2019