String Quartet in F major

Maurice Ravel composed his String quartet in F major in 1903. The work has four movements: the opening movement, in sonata form, presents two themes that are later reused in the work. A playful scherzo second movement is followed by a lyrical slow movement. The finale reintroduces themes from the earlier passages and ends the work vigorously. The piece was premiered in Paris in March 1904.

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Sheet Music String Quartet in F major - Complete Score (G. Astruc) PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music String Quartet in F major - Complete Score (Paris: Durand) PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music String Quartet in F major - Violin I (Moscow: Muzgiz) PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music String Quartet in F major - Violin II (Moscow: Muzgiz) PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music String Quartet in F major - Viola (Moscow: Muzgiz) PreviewFavoriteDownload
Sheet Music String Quartet in F major - Cello (Moscow: Muzgiz) PreviewFavoriteDownload

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RecordingString Quartet in F major - I. Allegro moderato
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RecordingString Quartet in F major - II. Assez vif, très rythmé
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RecordingString Quartet in F major - III. Très lent (
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RecordingString Quartet in F major - IV. Vif et agité
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