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String Quartet in F Major Hob.III:82 : 3. Andante
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Kelvin Luk

Haydn's string quartets are so sonorous I can't get enough of them!

Yves Maze

Le troisième mouvement est évidemment celui qui retient l'attention de l'auditeur à la première écoute. 1799: Beethoven avait déjà commencé son Opus XVIII en partant du même niveau que celui où était parvenu Haydn dans ce très beau quatuor. Les exécutants sont parfaits et on ne pas faire mieux...

Major Powers

The Andante (11:49) is played correctly here in my humble opinion. I first heard this on a very old record my stepdad played for me and I don't remember the quartet who did it and it was slow like this as well. I've heard that a lot of players think Haydn was too happy and/or simplistic and feel like it leads to people playing this part way too fast. Almost every other version I can find on youtube is a hearty 20+ BPMs faster. This part played slowly has an immense depth and tragedy to it. This is one of my favorite pieces of music. And yes, there is also simplicity and happiness to it, but it's marked by a slow breath, beneath the march-like roll of the main melody, the counterpoint and harmony breaths slowly, like last breaths under a cloudy sky. Fitting that this was his last completed quartet. Haydn was a genius of the highest order.

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Max Fochtmann

3. ое движение как прямо из неба, спасибо.

C. Blomhert

Top of music literature, compositionhip and unforgettable in playing!

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