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Published on Jul 6, 2008
16125-A recorded 5/10/1906 The Haydn Quartet was one of the three most popular quartets of the acoustic recording era (along with the Peerless and American). The Haydn Quartet made many records from 1898 to 1914. The original members were John Bieling, Jere Mahoney, S.H. Dudley and William F. Hooley. The name Haydn was chosen in memory of composer Franz Joseph Haydn. The quartet's repertoire shared nothing with Haydn's works but quartets were sometimes named after famous composers. The quartet members in this recording are Harry Macdonough, John Bieling, S.H. Dudley and William F. Hooley.