What do James Oesi and Dudok Quartet have in common? First off all, they’re all great musicians; they’re all experts in making adaptations; they construct creative programmes, they have a fervent love for what they’re doing and they’re on their way to the top. The programme they put together is not meant to be read, but to be experienced. All the way through eras, periods and styles, but in their hands a perfect unity.
Traditional Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child (arr. Oesi) | Rameau Entrée de Polymnie from Les Boréales (arr. Faber) | Traditional Elijah Rock (arr. Oesi) | Traditional Deep River (arr. Oesi) | Traditional Dig My Grave (arr. Oesi) | Monti Csardas | Shaw Entr'acte | Dvořák String Quintet, Op. 77
James Oesi double bass | Dudok Quartet