Grand Trio for Cello, Violin and Viola, Op.8 (Romberg, Bernhard)

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PMLP98972-ROMBERG Grand Trio in F 'solo' Cello vn va Op.8 PARTS.pdf
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Paris: Mlle Erard, n.d.(by 1817). Plate 499.

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PMLP98972-RombergB trioOp8 1814BSB.pdf
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Vienne: S.A. Steiner & Co., n.d.(1824?). Plate S.u.C.4387.H.

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General Information

Work Title Grand Trio for Cello, Violin and Viola
Alternative Title Grand Trio pour Violoncelle, Violon, e Alto ; Trio pour Violon, Alt et Violoncelle
Composer Romberg, Bernhard
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.8
Key F major
Movements/Sections 4 movements
  1. Allegro
  2. Lento (A major)
  3. Minuetto. Vivace - Trio - Minuetto
  4. Rondo
First Publication 1817 or earlier
Dedication Antoine Radzivil
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Violin, Viola, Cello


Misc. Comments

A search of "antoine de radzivil" indicates that he composed an opera ("Faust") and lived in the latter half of the 18th century into the first half of the 19th.

Searching without the quote marks would help. His name was subject to a lot of orthographic changes- Radziwill, Radzivil, Radzivill, ... - not a well-known composer, but one will find out more about him if one gives Google more to go on :) (see e.g. VIAF-for-Radziwill just for some of the names that VIAF accepts, there are more that it doesn't but one can search. - ES)

Erard edition probably first (copublished with Riedl of Vienna.) Appears in Whistling, 1817. Steiner edition released, according to plate table, some years later probably.

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