Quartett concertant in G major (Starke, Friedrich)
Wien: Bermann, Müller, Riedl, Paterno & Sprenger, Nº720, n.d.(1825?).
Plate St 116.
Composer's name given as "Fr." Starke; expanded to "Friedrich" Starke as a guess by uploading institution. Publisher names possibly also Bermann (Baermann?), (Johann) Riedl?
|Work Title||Quartett concertant in G major|
|First Publication||1825 ca? – Wien: Bermann, Müller, Riedl, Paterno & Sprenger|
|Instrumentation||Violin, viola, cello, piano|
In the The first movement is "Grande Serenate" in the viola part, "Grande Serenade" in the cello part, "Serenade" in the violin and piano parts, in the U. der Kunste Berlin copy. (Their description of their copy gives the work "No. 120", but this seems to be a publisher’s edition number - and a misreading possibly of No. 720 besides - not an opus number sort of thing.)