Quartet No.1 in F major
||Eric Schissel (*1969)
||Eric Schissel (using LilyPond 2.16.1), based on the Diabelli edition of 1833.
||Uploading one movement of one part for now, not to make a habit of it, but in part to allow a TN; will upload rather larger (whole 3-movement parts &c) files for this hopefully before long. (Definitely needs rehearsal letters, which I will add later also- sorry...)
||Deux quatuors brillants
||Deux quatuors brillans pour pianoforte, violon, alte et violoncelle
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- Andante - Allegro vivace
- Andantino grazioso
- Allegro vivo e giocoso - Molto allegro
- Allegro non troppo (opens with a hint of E minor)
- Andantino (G minor)
- Rondo. Allegro con anima
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Violin, viola, cello, and piano
Advertised AMZ, May 1833, page 322. (HMB has 1835, page 4, but Allegemeine etc. is maybe closer here, esp. as Op.262 was already published also by Diabelli by that point.)
Op.223 was first published in 1831 (acc. BdlF), so actually 1831 seems a more likely first publication date here too.