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Sat Oct 20 7:30 PM
ECSQ Music in a Time of War
To commemorate the Centenary of the end of WW1, the ECSQ will perform Sir Edward Elgar’s masterful String Quartet in E minor, op. 83. It was written in 1917, after Elgar left a war-weary London to reside in a cottage in Sussex. The work was a favourite of Lady Elgar which she described as “captured sunshine”.\r\n\r\nThe Emily Carr String Quartet will also perform Hungarian composer Bela Bartok’s Second String Quartet String Quartet, op.17, written between 1915-17. A work of great intensity composed during a time of strife when Bartok could not leave the Hungarian borders. The work is both reflective and innovative, incorporating folk rhythms and melodies in his unique style.
music
Sat Oct 20 7:30 PM
ECSQ Music in a Time of War
To commemorate the Centenary of the end of WW1, the ECSQ will perform Sir Edward Elgar’s masterful String Quartet in E minor, op. 83. It was written in 1917, after Elgar left a war-weary London to reside in a cottage in Sussex. The work was a favourite of Lady Elgar which she described as “captured sunshine”.\r\n\r\nThe Emily Carr String Quartet will also perform Hungarian composer Bela Bartok’s Second String Quartet String Quartet, op.17, written between 1915-17. A work of great intensity composed during a time of strife when Bartok could not leave the Hungarian borders. The work is both reflective and innovative, incorporating folk rhythms and melodies in his unique style.
music
Wed Oct 24 7:30 PM
ECSQ Music in a Time of War
To commemorate the Centenary of the end of WW1, the ECSQ will perform Sir Edward Elgar’s masterful String Quartet in E minor, op. 83. It was written in 1917, after Elgar left a war-weary London to reside in a cottage in Sussex. The work was a favourite of Lady Elgar which she described as “captured sunshine”.\r\n\r\nThe Emily Carr String Quartet will also perform Hungarian composer Bela Bartok’s Second String Quartet String Quartet, op.17, written between 1915-17. A work of great intensity composed during a time of strife when Bartok could not leave the Hungarian borders. The work is both reflective and innovative, incorporating folk rhythms and melodies in his unique style.
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