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VSQ is a series of string quartet projects developed and produced by CMH Label Group, an independent record company based in Los Angeles. The CMH team works with an evolving cast of arrangers, producers, string players, and other creatives on each project. Their albums are released through Vitamin Records and primarily performed by a string quartet, although other instruments have been used. "Vitamin String Quartet is about applying rock n' roll attitude to classical technique," said Tom Tally, a violist and arranger who has performed on and produced over 50 Vitamin String Quartet albums.
Where would a semi-fan site be without tributes to modern-day heros and heroines? A jesting idea, but a role of honour with brief details of some principal Foulds-friendly musicians, musicologists and champions has the benefit of drawing together information for others and advertising worthwhile work and genuine enthusiasm. The list below is new and short reflecting bluntinstrument's lack of detailed knowledge. Anyone who supports, performs and/or studies the music and ideals of John Foulds is invited to contact with their details. E-mail addresses will only be included with the permission of those discussed.
Born in 1964, Schlechtriem [picture ca.1995] came from a family of musicians, beginning cello instruction at the age of 6 and accepted with this instrument to study at the Cologne National College of Music at the age of 13. He trained with Ingrid Frohmueller (Cologne), in the master classes of Boris Pergamenschikow (Cologne) and Radu Aldulescu (Rome, Gstaad), and in 1992 he completed his studies with Gotthard Popp at the Detmold National University of Music with Honours. Further acknowledgements go to the chamber music class of the Amadeus quartett (Cologne) as well as to master classes with, among others, Siegfried Palm.
Two reviews have been archived by Bluntinstrument (thanks to cellist Mr Schlechtriem), by Manuel Jennen ('Heisskalte Verfuhrung' in Münsterische Zeizung 2002.11.30) and Christoph Schulte in Walde ('Bis tief hinein in die Seele von Mann und Frau' in Westfälische Nachrichten [undated]). The first reviewer found fault with the tone and variety of playing in the Mozart, perhaps in some small part due to the work itself, but found the Foulds a total contrast, enjoying the drama and strength of performances particularly in the places were Foulds is most experimental. The second reviewer opens with the cry "Who is John Foulds?" and appears to pull stylistic traits from the quartet he feels come from Dvorak, Bartok, Kodaly and even Messiaen, whilst congratulating the quartet on its finding.
The quartet recorded their welcome alternative interpretation of the Quartetto intimo during February 2003, although the recording engineer was lost to them due to illness until recently, so a professional release has not yet come about. In the meantime, see Bluntinstrument's page on the Quartetto intimo for details of how to download a live performance they made of the work.
This arrangement takes great pleasure in expanding the wealth of colours in the string quartet sound to the high-definition soundworld of a windband, and features a variety of instruments, including five woodblocks.
A standard string quartet is made up of two violins, a viola and a cello. A string quintet consists of a standard string quartet with the addition of a fifth instrument, usually a second viola or cello. 2b1af7f3a8