||Copenhagen: Kglt. [Konigl.?] St??tr, n.d.
||Original images: 300dpi, color tif files approx. 2480 by 3500 pixels. Editing: re-sampled to 600dpi, converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, and set uniform margins. Kglt. St??tr- Maybe a somewhat scribbled abbreviation for something like Royal State Theatre (in German or Danish, the former I suppose if earlier in the 19th century?)
||3 String Quartets
||Trois Quatuors pour deux Violons, Viola et Violoncelle
- in F major (Allegro con anima ; Menuetto: Allegro (in A major) ; Andante (3 variations) ; Finale: Allegro)
- in G major (Allegro animoso ; Menuetto: All[egr]o molto (in C minor) ; Adagio (patetico) (in E♭ major) ; Finale: All[egr]o vivace - Andante - A tempo)
- in D minor (Allegro ; Menuetto: Allegro (in A minor) ; Andante comodo (in F major) ; Finale: Allegro con leggierezza)
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||Chevalier Ch. Waagepetersen
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||2 Violins, viola, cello
Attribution to Hans Matthison-Hansen seems uncertain or anyway not definite (though still likely). They are attributed (on the cover anyhow) to H.M. Hansen, which might be-
Hanna (or Hauna) Marie Hansen (1875–1954), e.g. but this seems unlikely and too late in the day.
The Kuhlau string quartet is also dedicated, it seems, to a Chevalier Waagepetersen. The style seems middle-Romantic so some date of composition around that of the Kuhlau would not surprise. - Schissel