Notes & Reviews:
During the autumn of 1737 Georg Philipp Telemann fulfilled a wish that he had long hoped to realize: he traveled to Paris, the center of French music, which he valued so very highly. The eight months he spent in Paris were a magnificent success. In addition to the major notice of concerts in the Concerts spirituels series, he was awarded a royal privilege enabling him to print his own compositions in Paris. The Nouveaux Quatuors of 1738, the so-called Paris Quartets, were among the works published with this privilege. They represent the very best of Telemann's chamber music: refined, richly varied, full of imagination.
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