Gustav Jenner (18651920), a student of Brahms', wrote only three string quartets. The Third String Quartet in F major was completed in 1911 and premiered by the Rebner Quartet. Common to all Jenner's Quartets is his way of infusing the classical model with his own musical language, both on an intellectual plane and from a technical point of view. True to the tradition of the genre, the classical form of the string quartet is retained, without however showing itself to be a constraint in the completion of the cycle. What stands out is the sophistication of detail and the purity of form achieved through integration of the elements of composition and nuances of mood.