English composer Frank Bridge's music has been sadly underrated. A student of Charles Villiers Stanford, he in turn became the teacher of Benjamin Britten. His style is difficult to characterize: his early works are Romantic in sound and scope, while the later ones are more dissonant and structured. Three Pieces for String Quartet, H. 43 were composed in 1904, and should not be confused with Bridge's Three Pieces for String Quartet, H. 64, which were written the following year. They are ideal for intermediate groups, or informal chamber music evenings.
This edition contains a score and parts for two violins, viola, and cello. Published by SJ Music.
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