Haydn: String Quartets op.33 nos.2, 3 & 5

Joseph-haydn

The Párkányí Quartet finds just the right blend of naivety and Classical poise in Haydn’s Quartet op.33 no.3, with its acciaccatura bird-pecking in the first movement, delightful clipped violin duet in the second movement trio, and staccato dancing in the finale. The timeless Adagio at its heart is faultlessly paced, ...

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