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Haydn Quartet in C Op.74 No.1
Nielsen Quartet No.3 in E flat Op.14
Dvorak Quartet in D minor Op.34

If you’ve been to Scandinavia, you’ll have felt it – the tingle in the air and the luminous glow of a long summer evening or a brief winter afternoon. In his exuberant Second Quartet, Carl Nielsen practically bottles that energy: chamber music simply doesn’t get any fresher or more vibrant.

It’s the perfect musical partner for the sunshine and wit of Haydn’s exuberant, folk-flavoured Op.74 No.1, and a life-affirming upbeat to Dvorak’s poignant Quartet Op.34. Personal sorrow, classical poise and playful Czech polkas all come together in a mini-masterpiece with a big, big heart.

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