||3 String Quartets
||Quartets Nos. 3 to 5 (total)
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- No.3 in D major (Allegro ; Adagio ; Menuetto. All[egr]o con fuoco ; Finale. Vivace)
||1829? – Vienna: Pennauer
||Jos. C. Tobiaschek
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||2 violins, viola, cello
Mentioned in AMZ in 1835, but this is an upper bound (or the date of the printing of the Richault edition)... Dutch Royal Library suggests 1829 (for the Pennauer edition and another).
According to Vidal (1878), these are Jansa's quartets 3 to 5 (after quartet no.1 Op.8, quartet no.2 Op.12, and before quartets 6 to 8 op.49 nos.1-3, (3 light quartets Op.51...), quartet no.12 op.53, quartets 13-15 op.65, quartet no.16 op.68.) (Adjusting for 3 that he missed. Some of these are not called quartets in HMB, but rather variations, etc. Vidal may have missed others besides the Op.51 set.) - Schissel