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Six quartets that are key to understanding what Joseph Haydn brought to the history of western music. This effort by the Quatuor Hanson is particularly successful because they know how to construct and express the quintessence of this subtle art. And what's more, they bring it off with a fascinating level of instrumental skill. Listening to this piece, we have to bow down once again before the genius of a composer who, along with Boccherini, invented a new genre and immediately studded it with masterpieces of staggering quality. Its title, All shall not die, is the international translation of the Latin epigraph engraved onto Haydn’s tombstone (non omnis moriar). The choice of this phrase indicates the permanence and universality of Haydn's body of work. 


Judiciously picked out from among Haydn's vast corpus, these six quartets are touching both in their expressiveness and in the perfection of their writing. Not a single note out of place, a perfect balance of four voices and an inspiration at every moment. The closing Opus 77, left unfinished, was a contemporary of Beethoven's first Quartets, Opus 18 – works that betray the lessons their writer learned from his master.


More than two hundred years after his death, Haydn has only just found recognition as one of the greats, a status denied him in life. More than a forerunner, Haydn is a founder, a genius whose influence was felt by those who came after him, foremost amongst whom Beethoven and Schubert. This splendid album puts him (back) in his rightful place. © François Hudry/Qobuz

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String Quartet No. 6 in D Major, Op. 50 "The Frog" (Joseph Haydn)

1
I. Allegro
00:06:27

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

2
II. Poco adagio
00:07:26

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

3
III. Menuetto. Allegretto
00:04:06

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

4
IV. Finale. Allegro con spirito
00:04:57

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

String Quartet No. 2 in D Minor, Op. 76 "Fifths" (Joseph Haydn)

5
I. Allegro
00:09:38

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

6
II. Andante o più tosto allegretto
00:06:16

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

7
III. Menuet. Allegro ma non troppo
00:03:40

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

8
IV. Finale. Vivace assai
00:04:22

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

String Quartet No. 2 in C Major, Op. 54 (Joseph Haydn)

9
I. Vivace
00:06:10

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

10
II. Adagio
00:02:51

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

11
III. Menuetto. Allegretto
00:03:15

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

12
IV. Finale. Adagio. Presto. Adagio
00:06:52

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

String Quartet No. 5 in G Major, Op. 33 "How do you do ?" (Joseph Haydn)

13
I. Vivace assai
00:06:06

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

14
II. Largo e cantabile
00:04:00

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

15
III. Scherzo. Allegro
00:03:43

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

16
IV. Finale. Allegretto.
00:04:56

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

String Quartet No. 5 in F Minor, Op. 20 (Joseph Haydn)

17
I. Moderato
00:10:41

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

18
II. Menuet
00:05:31

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

19
III. Adagio
00:05:32

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

20
IV. Finale. Fuga e due soggetti
00:03:08

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

String Quartet No. 2 in F Major, Op. 77 (Joseph Haydn)

21
I. Allegro moderato
00:07:54

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

22
II. Menuet. Presto
00:04:31

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

23
III. Andante
00:08:11

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

24
IV. Finale. Vivace assai
00:05:27

Quatuor Hanson (Anton Hanson, Violin I - Jules Dussap, Violin II - Gabrielle Lafait, Viola - Simon Dechambre, Cello) - Joseph Haydn, Composer

© 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca ℗ 2019 Aparté / Little Tribeca

Album Description

Six quartets that are key to understanding what Joseph Haydn brought to the history of western music. This effort by the Quatuor Hanson is particularly successful because they know how to construct and express the quintessence of this subtle art. And what's more, they bring it off with a fascinating level of instrumental skill. Listening to this piece, we have to bow down once again before the genius of a composer who, along with Boccherini, invented a new genre and immediately studded it with masterpieces of staggering quality. Its title, All shall not die, is the international translation of the Latin epigraph engraved onto Haydn’s tombstone (non omnis moriar). The choice of this phrase indicates the permanence and universality of Haydn's body of work. 


Judiciously picked out from among Haydn's vast corpus, these six quartets are touching both in their expressiveness and in the perfection of their writing. Not a single note out of place, a perfect balance of four voices and an inspiration at every moment. The closing Opus 77, left unfinished, was a contemporary of Beethoven's first Quartets, Opus 18 – works that betray the lessons their writer learned from his master.


More than two hundred years after his death, Haydn has only just found recognition as one of the greats, a status denied him in life. More than a forerunner, Haydn is a founder, a genius whose influence was felt by those who came after him, foremost amongst whom Beethoven and Schubert. This splendid album puts him (back) in his rightful place. © François Hudry/Qobuz

Details of original recording : Recorded November 2018 & April 2019, Arras (Theater), France

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