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« on: June 23, 2022, 02:17:10 pm »

The A major quartet op. 50 is in fact the second four-movement sonata-form string quartet Haas wrote. The first is his op. 8 in G minor, a work he composed during his studies with Max Reger. The movements are:

Allegro con moto (un poco agitato), 4/4, G minor
Scherzo: Vivace, 3/8 D major - Piú moderato, 3/8 G major
Larghetto, cantabile e tranquillo, 6/8, E flat major
Allegro con spirito, 2/4 G major

Then there is a Divertimento for string quartet in C major op. 32, published in 1911 and dedicated to Reger. It is in six movements:

Frisch bewegt, 4/4, C major
Langsam, capriciös, 4/4, F sharp minor
Sehr rasch und flüchtig, 3/8, B flat major
Etwas derb; nicht zu schnell, 4/4, B minor
Sehr getragen, mit viel Empfindung, 6/8, E flat major
Keck und übermütig, sehr rasch, 3/4, C major
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