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String Quartet in E Flat Major Hob.III:2 : 4. Menuetto
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Fernando Fernandez

Los movimientos lentos de los primeros cuartetos de Haydn son tan...tristes, nostálgicos, perfectos, sensibles, profundos, bellos, esperanzadores, desoladores, serenos, magníficos...Música absoluta en su mejor expresión. Haydn el padre de tantas cosas maravillosas.

robert frank gill

Fernando Fernandez ✓ wistful

Damian Daniel

Very nostalgic !! We played this for a chamber orchestra in 1989 in Darjeeling, India.

Sourjya Banerjee

Dami Daniel With Father Theodore Matheisson?

Garrett Rowland

The first minuet will always be one of my favorites. It always gets me to move or hum along. The Adagio is also gorgeous; it's very easy to imagine the first violin as an opera soloist singing an aria. The scoring of the other instruments helps with the effect (those pizziacatos at 9:01, for instance).


The Kodaly's did an amazing job on Naxos with their Haydn quartets, each cd costing only 40% of other versions. I couldn't wait for each new issue to come out. They got the best out of all these works whether highly rated or not and made available unexplored parts of Haydn's amazing output.
Personally i don't go along with the idea that these early quartets are inferior to Haydn's later output starting with opus 33.

Fernando Fernandez

Solo escuchen ese adagio... sublime.

Melvyn Elphee

Even before Haydn invented the String Quartet proper with Op 20 he gets lovely sounds from four string instruments with the help of the fine Kodaly Quartet. A particularly ravishing Adagio.

Michael T

Der große Haydn Joseph hat, wie einige wenige Komponisten, den Menschen mit Tiefe der Kompositionen und die seelischen, mitfühlenden Wärme verliehen !!! Tepper Michael.


So much for "Allegro molto"!

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