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III Largo - Haydn*, The Aeolian String Quartet* - The Complete String Quartets (File, MP3)

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  1. THE HAYDN SOCIETY THE STRING QUARTETS OF JOSEPH HAYDN Performed by THE SCHNEIDER QUARTET Analytical notes by Marion M. Scott and Karl Geiringer compiled by Music and Arts for CD () Alexander Schneider-Violin • Isidore Cohen-Violin Karen Tuttle-Viola • Madeline Foley-Cello • *Herman Busch-Cello.
  2. String Quartet in B-flat major, Op. 76, No. 4, remistforsaleclinsregonexluesempho.xyzinfo, "Sunrise", Haydn published Op. 76, his last set of six string quartets in just one year before a young Beethoven would begin his own first foray into the same genre. From approximately to , Haydn composed 78 string quartets over a period of forty years of which at.
  3. Franz Joseph Haydn String Quartet No. 60 in G major, Op. 76/1, H. 3/ Share on facebook; twitter; tumblr; Description by James Reel. Haydn launches his last complete opus of string quartets with a spectacular work for its time. It's impressive, first of all, because Haydn dares to mock himself and his listeners' expectations in the opening.
  4. Joseph Haydn, String Quartet in G Major, Op. 77, No 1, quietly witnessed a great turning point in the history of the string quartet. With Mozart gone, both an elderly Haydn and a young Beethoven were simultaneously working on a new set of string quartets: Haydn's last and Beethoven's first.
  5. I have admired the Haydn quartet for more than 40 years and have sampled my favorites (op. 20, 33, 55, and 76) from most of the available quartets, many now long since unavailable. I purchased the aeolian complete set in 8 volumes on London Treasury LPs in the 70s and found that I returned to them when I sought the genuine article: direct /5(27).
  6. Feb 19,  · Presently the Emerson String Quartet's "Haydn Project," seven great quartets from seven opus numbers on 2 CDs, looks like the only recent recording of that kind. Going further back, the Budapest String Quartet recorded op. 76 in the s, as did the Amadeus Quartet later on; nothing mass-produced or unconsidered about those versions.
  7. String Quartets, Op.1 (Haydn, Joseph) This page is only for complete editions and multiple selections from the collection here. For arrangements, new editions, etc. see (or create) separate pages for individual works linked in the General Information section below.
  8. To undertake a study of Haydn's string quartets is to enter a domain of music scholarship whose byways far exceed the scope of a single book. The quartets' complexities of texture, thematic process, form, and topical allusion are perennial tests of acuity on the part of critics and interpreters, and explorations of the works have followed many paths.

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