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9 thoughts on “ 3. Menuetto - Haydn* - Quartet In E Flat Op. 33/2 ;Joke; / Quartet In F Op. 3/5 ;Serenade; / Quartet In D Minor Op. 76/2 ;Fifths; (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Listen to your favorite songs from HAYDN: String Quartets Op. 33, Nos. 1, 2 and 5 by Kodaly Quartet Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Joseph Haydn String Quartet in C Major, Op. 76, No. 3, "Kaiser" ("Emperor"), Haydn's final "six pack" of string quartets, Op. 76, completed in , may well constitute the finest works of the genre before Beethoven's middle period.
  3. Toramar says:
    Haydn - Quartet In E Flat Op. 33/2 "Joke" / Quartet In F Op. 3/5 "Serenade" / Quartet In D Minor Op. 76/2 "Fifths" Rare Original UK/USA Pressing "London Records ‎– CS STEREO" LP "Made In England" On Labels "Printed In USA" On Back Ensemble – The Janacek Quartet: Cello – Karel Krafka Viola – Jiri KratochvilSeller Rating: % positive.
  4. Kajiramar says:
    The joke of the quartet's title doesn't come until the last movement. The beginning is good-natured enough; it's an Allegro moderato cantabile based on a bumptious violin tune over a steady oom-pah accompaniment, with the subsidiary themes based directly on .
  5. Faenris says:
    String Quartet in E flat, Op No. 2, ‘The Joke’: movement IV Joseph Haydn Background Haydn’s string quartets span his creative life and it has been argued that one of his greatest achievements is as the “Father of the String Quartet”. Given this nickname, it may come as a surprise that Alessandro Scarlatti.
  6. Joseph Haydn, String Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 33, No. 2, "Joke", In , after a lapse of ten years, a year-old Joseph Haydn turned to the string quartet again, composing a set of six that were published the following year as Op.
  7. The comic disintegration of the theme in the bubbly tarantella finale of No 2 in E flat major, repeatedly fooling the listener as to whether the piece has ended or not, followed by a last appearance, pianissimo, of the opening phrase, has spawned the quartet’s English nickname ‘The Joke’. The story goes that Haydn wrote the ending in.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Quartet In E Flat Op. 33/2 "Joke" / Quartet In F Op. 3/5 "Serenade" / Quartet In D Minor Op. 76/2 "Fifths" on Discogs.
  9. Shaktisho says:
    Haydn - String Quartet in Eb, Op No. 2, 'The Joke': movement IV Articulation - short slurs and staccato Some chromaticism with a mainly diatonic melody - bars Ornamentation - acciaccatura bar 7 Melody Melodic dissonance - arpeggio in bars 18 and 20 uses A .

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