Genre: historic string quartetPlay genre
The string quartet music genre is a classical music form that consists of four instruments: two violins, a viola, and a cello. It originated in the late 18th century and has since become a staple of classical music. The Budapest String Quartet, Végh Quartet, and The Beethoven Quartet are all renowned ensembles that have contributed greatly to the development and popularity of this genre. Their performances and recordings have showcased the beauty and complexity of string quartet music, making it accessible to audiences worldwide.