Lerchenquartett (Lark Quartet). Nickname of Haydn's str. qt. in D, No.11 of the Tostquartette; it is sometimes described as Op.64, No.5. Its nickname is derived from the opening. The rhythm of the last movement has given rise to another, less frequently used, nickname, the ‘Hornpipe’ Qt.
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