String Quartet No.23 in F major, K.590 (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus)
Originally scanned at 300dpi grayscale, converted to 600dpi monochrome.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Piano 4 hands (Ulrich and Wittmann)
Streich-Quartette für Pianoforte zu 4 Händen, Bd.3
Leipzig: C.F. Peters, n.d. Plate 6846.
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For Piano solo (Wagner)
- The Mozart Tower
- I. Allegro moderato
- II. Andante (given mistakenly as Allegretto)
- III. Menuetto: Allegretto (given mistakenly as Allegro)
- IV. Allegro
|Work Title||String Quartet No.23|
|Alternative Title||Third Prussian Quartet|
|Composer||Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus|
|Year/Date of Composition||1790|
|First Publication||1797 ca.?|
|Instrumentation||2 Violins, Viola, and Cello|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
NMA report gives the impression that three early printings - one from Franz Hoffmeister (with all 3 Prussian quartets, parts, plate 135), one from Imbault (plate 476 - ca.1797?), one from N. Simrock (plate 16?) - were released close to each other (ca.1797?) (NMA editor doesn't explicitly write, as with some other discussions, Fruhdruck (Erstruck??) or something similar but the question is finessed entirely - then again, since the printings are relevant to the NMA only as sources, not in themselves, if the other sources are useful enough, sometimes first/early published editions are noted at most in passing anyway (there is a recent book (Haberkamp, Tutzing, 1986/91) devoted to the question of "First Publications" of Mozart works much more than the NMA critical reports are, to whom the question is not an end in itself.)