All the fast movements are played very well, carefully each voice is shaped and put in dialog with the others. Just the slow movements lack a bit of intense feeling and lyricism, maybe with exception of the Largo of No. 2, which is beautifully played. Overall its all very well balanced, almost "easy-listening" sometimes, but never neglecting the contrapunctal details or the humor. Sometimes i would have wished for me variety, sometimes for more risk in the interpretation, but overall its a very enjoyable recording. I can only hope that the quatuor terpsycordes continues its expedition through Hadyn's string-quartet universe - especially with the other three of the op. 33 quartets!