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You have reached the Wikipedia User page of Opus33, editing here since 2003. To leave a message for me, please visit my talk page.

I work on classical music articles, focusing on Haydn and Mozart, with occasional forays into Sacred Harp music and also historical keyboard instruments like harpsichords and fortepianos. My Wiki-goals are:

  • Accuracy, with everything taken from a peer-reviewed, properly cited reference source.
  • Clear organization, with important material up front and trivia included either in less prominent places or not at all.

Charles Rosen described the Opus 33 string quartets (1781) as a turning point in the career of Joseph Haydn and in classical music generally. This is one of my favorite passages from these quartets (No. 2, third movement).