Guitar Sonata, Op.7 (Molitor, Franz Simon)

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Publisher. Info. Vienna: Artaria, n.d.(ca.1806?). Plate 1856.
Misc. Notes Heavily annotated edition preceded by a composer-written preface dated 1806, so dates from 1806 or later. Artaria plate table only just begun and partially guesswork, so hard to say from there.
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Engraver Charlottenburg: Berliner Musikalien Druckerei.
Publisher. Info. Musikbeilage des Gitarre-Freund, IX. Jahrgang, 1908. No.2
München: Dr. Heinrich Lewy, 1908.
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Editor Josef Zuth (1879-1932)
Engraver Leipzig: C.G. Röder.
Publisher. Info. Vienna: Anton Goll, n.d.[1922]. Plate A.G. 696.
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General Information

Work Title Guitar Sonata
Alternative. Title
Composer Molitor, Franz Simon
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.7
Key A minor
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 movements:
  1. Adagio - Agitato ma non troppo Allegro
  2. Menuetto - Allegrotte (sic)
  3. Rondo allo Moderato
First Publication. 1806?
Dedication Fr. Tandler
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation guitar

Misc. Comments

Mentioned in Josef Zuth’s 1930 book Simon Molitor und die Wiener gitarristik (um 1800) which may provide more information on the work’s date etc. than I am able to here, but Google Books has only a snippet view of the latter. Perhaps in a library. (Zuth, as noted, edited this also; his edition was published by Goll, Vienna, in 1919. See e.g. WorldCat.)

Probably published before 1817 in any case since Whistling 1817 lists Molitor’s opus 10.