Haydn: String Quartets in G minor op.20 no.3, in C major op.74 no.1 & in G major op.76 no.1


That the players of the Amsterdam Quartet employ gut strings and use period bows is obvious from their highly distinctive tonal quality, and the avoidance of vibrato etches every nuance of their interpretations with total clarity of purpose. The description on the cover that the performances are ‘on historical instruments’, ...

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