- Cello – Mikhail Degtyarev
- Composed By – Vyacheslav Guyvoronsky*
- Cover – Sergey Krasin*
- Edited By – Alexander Mikhlin*, Svetlana Ryzhova*
- Mastered By – Alexander Mikhlin*
- Mixed By – Alexander Mikhlin*
- Photography By – Ira Polyarnaya*, Sergey Krasin*
- Producer – Sergey Krasin*
- Recorded By – Sergey Sokolov*
- Viola – Dmitriy Yakubovsky* (tracks: 4), Mikhail Krutik* (tracks: 1-3, 5, 6)
- Violin – Anton Levin*, Vladislav Pesin*
“String Quartet” was written over a short period in 1986. It is always controversial for an author to reveal the meaning of music conceived, because each association is very personal for listener that sometimes completely contradicts authors’s intention. For the composer, as well as for the listener, it is much more important to find oneself outside the visual or mental perception during the listening of music.
The key idea of the Quartet (it can be also called “a chamber symphony”) is life of an ordinary man with its periods stereotypes. These periods are framed by birth and death. That miracle – inevitable for all of us – a single bosom of birth and death.
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