Kronos Quartet “Winter Was Hard”

Kronos Quartet “Winter Was Hard”

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Kronos Quartet
Winter Was Hard
Elektra Nonesuch (US) 1988
9 79181-1 (LP)
sleeve : EX-(small dirts on top of back, wear on edge.)
media : EX-/VG+(some slightly noises, light bend that does not affect to playback.)

The Kronos Quartet is a string quartet consisting of David Harrington (violin), John Sherba (violin), Hank Dutt (viola) and Joan Jeanrenaud (chello), who have gained international recognition for their performances of Steve Reich's works. This album, released in 1988, features compositions by a wide range of musicians, including Terry Reily, Arvo Part, Anton Webern, John Zorn and Astor Piazzolla, as well as traditional music from Finland and elsewhere. The album includes A2 by long-time collaborator Terry Reily, and John Zone's A5 is featured Christian Marclay and Japanese singer Hiromi Ohta. B2 features Astor Piazolla's 1987 work.

A2: Half-Wolf Dances Mad in Moonlight
A5: Forbidden Fruit
B2: Four, For Tango

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