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Chamber Music

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CECIL BONVALOT (Violin) ; CEDRIC SHARPE
(Violoncello); SUZANNE DE LIVET (Pianoforte)
4 LTHOUGH Haydn is claimed by Vienna as one of its own musicians, he was by birth a Croat, and all his life the Hungarian folk music had a special interest for him. It crops up in many places in his works ; even the 'Emperor's Hymn,' in one of the best known string quartets, was originally a Croat melody. The so-called ' Gipsy Rondo ,' which is the last movement of this thoroughly happy Trio, is probaby the best known example of his Hungarian music to which he has given that name. It is a vivid translation into chamber music of the verve and gusto of which the native Hungarian music is so full.

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