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CHAMBER MUSIC

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THE KUTCHER STRING QUARTET:
SAMUEL KUTCHER (1st Violin), GEORGE WHIT-TAKER (2nd Violin), JAMES LOCKYER (Viola), AMBROSE GAUNTLETT (Violoncello)
Assisted by CHARLES DRAPER (Clarinet)
THE life of Hugo Wolf was subject to violent storms. He had a very highly-strung nature, and died insane whilst still young. He wrote a great quantity of songs, most of his compositions being done at white-heat, in a great access of creative force. Wolf seems to have been much in sympathy with Italy, for ho set many typical Italian poems, besides writing this Italian Serenade for String Quartet, a vivid, attractive piece which fully justifies its title.
QUARTET assisted by CHARLES DRAPER
Allegro energico; Larghetto affectuoso ; Scherzo, allegro leggiero; Finale, allegro agitato. (First Broadcast)

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel Kutcher
Violin: George Whit-Taker
Violin: James Lockyer
Viola: Ambrose Gauntlett
Assisted By: Charles Draper
Unknown: Hugo Wolf
Assisted By: Charles Draper

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