In a recital from St Mary's Church at Hay-on-Wye, the Doric String Quartet perform two contrasting works including the bright and cheerful String Quartet opus 64 no.1 in C major by Joseph Haydn, which he began in his final few months employed at Eszterháza Castle. The final work is the second String Quartet by Benjamin Britten, composed as a contribution to the celebrations marking the 250th Anniversary of the death of Henry Purcell.
Doric String Quartet
Alex Redington, violin
Jonathan Stone, violin
Simon Tandree, viola
John Myerscough, cello
Haydn String Quartet op.64 no.1 in C major
Britten String Quartet no.2 op.36 in C major
Presenter: Penny Gore.
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