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Title/Work String Quartet No. 9 in C major, No. 3 (Beethoven)
Author(s)/Composer(s) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

High resolution audio (Flac) Part 3, Part 3 (Commons)
Compressed audio (Ogg Vorbis) none
Genre(s) String quartet
Content Part 3: 2nd Movement (Part 1): Andante con moto quasi allegretto (A minor)
Description HMV DB 2110
Lyricist(s) none
Music arranger(s) none
Conductor(s) none
Performer(s) Busch Quartet (Violin I: Adolf Busch (1891-1952), Violin II: Gösta Andreasson[1] (1894-1982), Viola: Karl Doktor[2] († 1945), Cello: Hermann Busch (1897-1975))
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Vocal range instrumental
Label His Master's voice (HMV)
Cat. no. DB 2110
Order number 32-4193
Matrix/StamperID 32-4193, 2B 5420 III
Place of recording unknown
1st recording date 16 November 1933[3]
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1st release date 1934?
PD CH 1 January 1985
PD EU 1 January 2005
PD USA 1 January 1985
PD INT 1 January 2005


  1. New York Times: Goesta Andreasson, Teacher And Busch Quartet Violinist; Published: June 10, 1982: Goesta Andreasson, second violinist in the Busch Quartet from 1919 until 1943, died Tuesday night at a nursing home in Riverdale, the Bronx. He was 87 years old. Mr. Andreasson joined the quartet after a year of study with its founder, Adolf Busch, in Berlin. He left it to teach at the Carnegie-Mellon Institute in Pittsburgh, where he remained until he retired in 1963. From 1922 to 1933, he was also head of the violin department of the Akademie fur Tonkunst in Darmstadt, Germany. Born in Goteborg, Sweden, on Dec. 9, 1894, Mr. Andreasson attended the Royal Academy at Stockholm, where he won the silver medal in violin. He studied under Leopold Auer in Stockholm and played for a year as a first violinist in the Royal Opera Orchestra. Surviving are a son, Bjoern, a first violinist with the New York Philharmonic; three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren., Link to the record
  2. KölnKlavier: 1945, nach dem Tod des Viola-Spielers Karl Doktor, beschlossen die übrigen Mitglieder, das Ensemble aufzulösen., Link to the record
  3. CHARM: Composer: BEETHOVEN, Work: String Quartet No. 9, op. 59, no. 3, Performer: Busch String Quartet, Date: 1933-11-16; Catalogue: Gray; CatNum: DB2110; Date: 1933-11-16; Label: HMV; Performer: Busch String Quartet; Composer: BEETHOVEN; Title: String Quartet No. 9, op. 59, no. 3; Num: 2B 5420, CSV of the record


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