Notes & Reviews:
In 1999 Wolfgang Rihm wrote his piece "Fetzen I," which he describes as "something incomplete." Here played by Teodoro Anzellotti, the work becomes an integral part of Rihm's 12th string quartet in one movement (2000/2001). The material first appears unchanged in the quartet, and is later interspersed throughout the new material. Then, Rihm goes a step further, transferring the whole string quartet into a third piece: "Interscriptum" (2000/2002), a quintet that Rihm ironically describes as a duo for string quartet and piano.
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