Haydn: String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major

This page lists all recordings of String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major, by Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) on CD, SACD & download (MP3 & FLAC). Generally, more recent releases are listed first, but with priority given to those that are in stock.

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Haydn & Bartók: String Quartets

Haydn & Bartók: String Quartets


Bartók:

String Quartet No. 4, Sz 91

Haydn:

String Quartet, Op. 54 No. 2 in C major

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major


This award winning young Italian quartet has performed in the world’s major concert halls. They continue their quest to refine their performances and aim to bring audiences closer to the inner beauty of music.

Genuin Movimentos Edition - GEN10172

(CD)

$15.25

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Haydn - String Quartets

Haydn - String Quartets


Haydn:

String Quartet, Op. 64 No. 5 in D major 'The Lark'

String Quartet, Op. 76 No. 2 in D minor 'Fifths'

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major


"Excellent performances by the Jerusalem Quartet, who must give us more Haydn recordings." The Sunday Times ***(Excellent)

Harmonia Mundi - HMC901823

(CD)

$14.00

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Haydn: String Quartets

Haydn: String Quartets


Haydn:

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 2 in F major

String Quartet, Op. 103 in D minor


“The Takacs Quartet come into their own in the lusty, swinging Menuettos, kicking all the time over into the spirit of scherzo. Gabor Takacs-Nagy's first violin, thrilling throughout in its diamantine intonation, leaps from open string to the heights for the Minuet of No. 1, and finds a nice balance of balm and fragmentation in the Op. 103 movements” Gramophone Magazine

Australian Eloquence - ELQ4762575

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$9.25

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Haydn: String Quartets

Haydn: String Quartets


Haydn:

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major

String Quartet, Op. 1 No. 1 in B flat major

String Quartet, Op. 33 No. 5 in G major


Goldmund Quartet

Joseph Haydn claimed to have discovered the string quartet form by accident. His Op.1 no.1 has the cheerful five-movement form of a Divertimento, while the glorious and harmonically daring Op.77 no.1 was among the last he completed in the genre. Falling between the two, Op.33 no.5 is full of rhythmic surprises and a theme that gives it the nickname, ‘How do you do?’

Today, the Goldmund Quartet is considered one of the most exciting young string quartets in Europe. Since their début at Munich’s Prinzregententheater, the quartet has appeared at international festivals such as the Festival Aix-en-Provence, Festival de Música y Danza Granada, Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele and Heidelberger Frühling. The quartet has been awarded several prizes, including a Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now scholarship, and recently a scholarship from the Deutscher Musikwettbewerb as well as the 2015 Bavarian Young Artist Award. Concert recordings have been made by the Bavarian Radio, ARD, Deutschlandradio and Einsfestival.

“Their rapport tells in the unanimity, balance and radiance of their articulation and sound, while their wide variation of nuance, colour and vibrato suggests a searching musicality” BBC Music Magazine, January 2017 ****

“The Goldmunds make a beautiful sound, elegant and transparent, with a real sense that these four players are friends both on off the concert platform.” Gramophone Magazine, January 2017

“an auspicious beginning which I enjoyed very much. They have the measure of Haydn from all three periods and I hope to hear more of them in his and other music. Naxos have a knack of discovering new talent…it’s particularly recommended to those not yet familiar with his string quartet output. With attractive performances and good recording…” MusicWeb International, 23rd March 2017

Naxos - 8573701

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Haydn: String Quartets

Haydn: String Quartets


Haydn:

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 2 in F major

String Quartet, Op. 103 in D minor


Claudio - CR46272

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Haydn: String Quartets Volume 7

Haydn: String Quartets Volume 7


Haydn:

String Quartet, Op. 42 in D minor

String Quartet, Op. 103 in D minor

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 2 in F major


A new release by the Leipzig String Quartet, rounding off their critically acclaimed recordings of Haydn't String Quartets for MDG.

This seventh volume of quartets by Joseph Haydn with the impressive Quartet in D minor op. 42 shows the exemplary lightness the four Leipzig musicians capture just the right tone, rendering audible the Esterháza master’s multivalent winking wit – which is your invitation to wink along!

“It is possible to play the music with a kind of deceptive innocence, as if a good deal is really going on behind the apparently straightforward events; and there is a suggestion of this in the excellent Leipzig Quartet's performance, a hint of the dry wit so characteristic of Haydn in his prime.” International Record Review, December 2014

MDG Gold Haydn String Quartets - MDG3071860

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$15.00

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Auryn's Haydn: Op. 77, 103, 42

Auryn's Haydn: Op. 77, 103, 42


Haydn:

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 2 in F major

String Quartet, Op. 103 in D minor

String Quartet, Op. 42 in D minor


Forming the first set of 5 audio Blu-ray discs from TACET.

All the discs contain the tone in a high resolution of 24 bits / 96 kHz, both in stereo and in TACET Real Surround Sound (in accordance with the 5.1 Standard).

As on the SACD and DVD audio, this convincing and successful way of placing classical music around the listener - always providing fresh surprises anew - comes across to its very best advantage on this modern medium as well. The more complex the music is, the greater the gains in perception and listening pleasure that are provided by this Surround experience compared to customary recordings. With our Blu-ray discs, we are enabling still more customers to experience this pleasure.

Tacet - The Auryn Series - TACET1915

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$20.75

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Haydn: String Quartets

Haydn: String Quartets


Haydn:

String Quartet, Op. 76 No. 1 in G major

String Quartet, Op. 50 No. 1 in B flat major

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major


With 68 works to his credit, Joseph Haydn was not only the founding father the string quartet, but also an undisputed master of the genre. This influence continued through his direct successors, Mozart, Schubert and Beethoven, through the romantic era and into the 20th century via the second Viennese School. Constantly renewed, his music is a constant source of wonder, as evidenced by the three quartets that the Modiglianis have chosen for their second volume on Mirare devoted to Papa Haydn.

“The Op 76 quartet is crisp and incisive, but to my ears lacks the essential warmth and joie de vivre that the Modigliani finally achieve in the marvellous Op 77.” Sunday Times, 30th March 2014

“if you want to try out Haydn this is a representative starting point: the wit, ingenuity, laughter and gravitas come through in these occasionally rough-hewn but buoyant performances.” The Observer, 9th March 2014 ****

“Searching, if idiosyncratic Haydn from a polished ensemble.” The Strad, May 2014

Mirare - MIR231

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Haydn: String Quartet No. 66 & Mozart: String Quartet No. 22

Haydn: String Quartet No. 66 & Mozart: String Quartet No. 22


Haydn:

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major

Mozart:

String Quartet No. 22 in B flat major, K589 'Prussian No. 2'


SWR Digital - SWR10067

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Haydn, Nordheim & Bartók: Engegardkvartetten

Haydn, Nordheim & Bartók: Engegardkvartetten


Bartók:

String Quartet No. 5, Sz 102

Haydn:

String Quartet, Op. 77 No. 1 in G major

Nordheim:

Duplex for violin and cello


Engegårdkvartetten

The combination of Haydn, Nordheim and Bartok was an irresistible challenge for 2L’s third volume in their inspiring string quartet series. The great quartets of Haydn are an ongoing project, and the joyful opening of No.1 sweeps the listener headlong into this new recording. Duplex is one of Nordheim’s later works filled with contrasts, virtuosity and beauty and is among the most accessible of Nordheim’s output. As with Haydn, Bartok found a comprehensive and unique musical language in his Fifth Quartet, which surely is an undisputable masterpiece.

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Hybrid Multi-channel

2L - 2L91

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$17.75

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