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Euclid Quartet - American Quartets (CD)

Euclid Quartet - American Quartets (CD)

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Discover two works composed a century apart, infused with uniquely 'American' sounds drawn from the composers' life experiences, from Czech master Antonín Dvořák, who spent three years in the USA, and New Orleans native, the Pulitzer Prize winning trumpeter, composer, and jazz master Wynton Marsalis. CD Orders from the Afinat Store are only available to customers in the United States at this time.

American Quartets: Antonín Dvořák & Wynton Marsalis is the newest album by the critically-acclaimed Euclid Quartet. This exciting new recording contains the beloved “American” String Quartet No. 12 in F Major, Op. 96 (1893) by Antonín Dvořák, and “At the Octoroon Balls” String Quartet No. 1 (1995) by Pulitzer Prize and GRAMMY® Award winning American trumpeter, composer, founder and artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center, Wynton Marsalis.  

Praised for their "knockout performances" by The Los Angeles Times, the Euclid Quartet is resident string quartet at the Raclin School of the Arts at Indiana University South Bend.  A portion of proceeds from sales of this CD will be donated to the IU South Bend Raclin School of the Arts String Scholarship Fund! 

"An elegant mix of passion, ferocity and feathery delicacy..." - Washington Post on the Euclid Quartet


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