Excerpts from string quartet
Notturno (Nocturne) Is the third movement of the string quartet written by Borodin in 1881 while staying at the estate of his friend, the minor composer Nikolai Lodyzhensky, which was located in Zhitovo, southeast of Moscow. The main theme of Nocturne, performed in string orchestra arrangements and perhaps the most famous in the quartet, also appears in the musical Kismet, as "And This is My Beloved". An agitated middle section, beginning in F major, followed by a series of modulations and lasting from bars 47–110 of the movement, interrupts this theme's otherwise peaceful mood.
|HAFABRA Music||Nº 237 ISRC BE-O89-13-00237|
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