- for string quartet
- 17' 50"
- violin 1, violin 2, viola, and cello
- Andantino - Allegro / Adagio / Finale: Allegretto
String Quartet No. 11 in D Minor was written in 1935, immediately after the String Quartet in E minor, subsequently re-adapted as the Symphony no. 7 in E minor. The String Quartet No. 11 in D Minor has come to enjoy a greater frequency in performances and recordings than other quartets in the series. At the time of its publication, the work had become popularised through its many performances through its many performances and recording by the Queensland State String Quartet.
by Andrew D. McCredie
from Alfred Hill – String Quartets No. 5, 6 and 11, Marco Polo
|01 Jul 1994||
Performed by the Australian String Quartet – William Hennessy (violin), Elinor Lea (violin), Keith Crellin (viola) and Janis Laurs (cello) at the Australian Broadcasting Coporation, Adelaide, Australia
|16 Mar 2010||
Performed by the Dominion String Quartet in St Andrew’s on the Terrace
|30 Aug 2010||
Performed by the Dominion String Quartet in the Great Hall of the Christchurch Arts Centre.