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Joseph Haydn String Quartet op. 33/6 (mov 2+3+4/4) in D-Major

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Uploaded on Dec 10, 2008

Joseph Haydn String Quartet op. 33/6
Quatuor Mosaiques

(Franz) Joseph Haydn[1][2] (March 31, 1732 May 31, 1809) was an Austrian composer. He was one of the most prominent composers of the classical period, and is called by some the "Father of the Symphony" and "Father of the String Quartet".

The Op. 33 String Quartets were written by Joseph Haydn in the summer and fall of 1781 for the Viennese publisher Artaria. This set of quartets has several nicknames, the most common of which is the "Russian" quartets, because Haydn dedicated the quartets to the Grand Duke Paul of Russia and many (if not all) of the quartets were premiered on Christmas Day, 1781, at the Viennese apartment of the Duke's wife, the Grand Duchess Maria Feodorovna

This quartet in D major is numbered in variously as No. 33, Hob. III:42 and FHE No. 75. 1. Vivace assai
2. Andante
3. Scherzo: Allegretto
4. Finale: Allegretto

The finale is in double variation form (ABA1B1A2) with themes in D major and D minor.

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