The work is written in a cyclic form that was common to the Franco-Belgium school of composers. This is a structural technique wherein themes return from movement to movement. This is the longest of the quartets which is also indicative of the times in which it was written. In the 1950s when he wrote his final three quartets, Bloch's music would be much more tightly constructed resulting in a less luxurious feeling than we encounter with this string quartet.
This edition contains the parts for two violins, viola, and cello. Published by Masters Music.
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