Joseph Haydn's String Quartets, Opus 42 and 50 were composed from 1785-1787, and are distinctly more advanced than previous quartets. All of them are more difficult than the majority of Haydn's early quartets. String Quartet Opus 42, known for its brevity, is nonetheless a great example of Haydn's development of the form. Opus 50, often known as the Prussian Quartets, contains both the well known no. 5, �The Dream," and no. 6, �The Frog."
Set of Parts, For String Quartet. Urtext. Published by G. Henle Verlag.
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