#1
I have a nerd question here for anyone into classical music. So my string quartet has been working on the first movement of Beethoven's quartet No. 4 for some time now and i just saw that a quartet is performing all of beethoven's quartets nearby and we sort of wanted to go see that one. The problemo is that they only list each concert as Cycle I, Cycle II, or Cycle III. does anyone know what that means and where i'd find his 4th quartet?

this is probably a real longshot since i'm asking the pit on ultimate guitar but i'd figure i'd give it a go and see if anyone happened to know.
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#3
I find beethoven to be very boring, so I can't help you.

Try performing "Intermezzo" instead.
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