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String Quartet in A Major Hob.III:7 : 1. Allegro
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Andrew Hill

Love the sounds of the instruments in this lovely performance.

Cevdet NACAR

Please listen to the arregement of this quartet for two guitars by de Fossa; especially the third movement.

Garrett Rowland

The little section at measure 13 of the adagio (7:50) is lovely. The interpretation of the first violin (adding their own ties, essentially) really adds to the beauty of the music.

Frans Meersman

A grandiose Quartet ! Thanks !

Anrew Martin

The first movement really sets the tone for the quartet. It has been stated before that Haydn was so adroit by this time that his transition from themes was almost seamless. The second movement transitions perfectly from the first. Haydn was already a master at this genre.

Леша Шмелев

о х у е н ч и к

George Law

I notice that Piccolo Concerto Wien observes all repeats strictly (including those in the minuet reprises) whereas the Kodály Quartet doesn't always do that.

Jonathan DeFranco

is that a bass?

Elaine Blackhurst

Haydn often wrote ‘basso’ on his early scores - in this case he clearly meant a cello.

Basso was a loosely generic term, rather like the word pasta is today; we say pasta when actually we mean spaghetti, penne, or tagliatelle et cetera.

On four of the Opus 20 quartets (1772), to avoid any confusion, Haydn corrected the word basso to cello.


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