Serenade for String Quartet, Op.61 (Jaques-Dalcroze, Emile)
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VI. Allegro scherzando; andante semplice; allegro giocoso
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Steve's Bedroom Band (string quartet)
Paris: Sandoz, Jobin et Cie.,. Plate 120.
Multiple errors discovered in the parts, many of them non-obvious and fatal to ensemble thanks to the composer’s parsimony with time signatures.
Mvt. I Cello, rehearsal no. 16 “con sourdine” could be spurious.
Mvt. II Viola, 2 measures before 18, dotted quarter rest(?) missing.
2 before 20, “otez sourdine” must be spurious.
Cello, 5, first measure of rest has 3 beats, second measure 2.
Mvt. V Violin, 2 “sourdine” for Violin 2 alone?
Cello, 4, first 2 notes should be eighths.
Mvt. VI Violin 1, 3rd measure of 6, first rest should be eighth.
4th of 8, first note should be eighth.
7th of 26, eighth rest missing.
-- Viola, 5th of 3, measure has 2 quarters.
5th of 9, quarter rest missing (end of measure?).
24, eighth rest missing (end of measure?).
3rd of 24, eighth rest missing (end of measure?).
5th of 25, spurious slur.
3 before 27, first eighth should be pizzicato.
8th of 33, should be C natural?.
Cello, 7, rest should be eighth.
12 before 7, measure has 2 quarters.
3rd of 7, rest should be eighth.
8 “con sourdine” missing. Good luck!
|Work Title||Serenade for String Quartet|
|Key||No one key: C major, C to E major, A major, D major, G major, E♭ major|
|First Performance||1906-6 or earlier|
|Average Duration||22 minutes|
|Instrumentation||2 violins, 1 viola, 1 cello|
A Vienna performance (by the Rosé quartet?) is mentioned in the Musikalisches Wochenblatt of June 28 1906, page 479 (where it is described- oddly, given the keys of the quartet- as his Serenade für Streichquartett in G dur, Op.61.)