Scores and Parts
||Ludwig Finscher (b.1930)
||Neue Mozart-Ausgabe, Serie VIII, Werkgruppe 20,|
Abteilung 1: Streichquartette, Band 3 [NMA VIII/20] (pp.93-128)
Kassel: Bärenreiter-Verlag, 1961. Plate BA 4526.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions
For 2 Pianos (Drillon)
For Piano 4 hands (Ulrich and Wittmann)
For Piano solo (Wagner)
||Paul Wagner (1842-1873)
||Paris: Schonenberger, n.d.(ca.1856). Plate S. 2388 (8).
- I. Allegro moderato
- II. Andante (given mistakenly as Allegretto)
- III. Menuetto: Allegretto (given mistakenly as Allegro)
- IV. Allegro
||String Quartet No.23
||Third Prussian Quartet
||Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- Allegro moderato
- Menuetto. Allegretto
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||2 violins, viola, cello
NMA report (German)
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.)
|String Quartets by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- String Quartet No.1 in G major, K.80/73f
- String Quartet No.2 in D major, K.155/134a
- String Quartet No.3 in G major, K.156/134b
- String Quartet No.4 in C major, K.157
- String Quartet No.5 in F major, K.158
- String Quartet No.6 in B-flat major, K.159
- String Quartet No.7 in E-flat major, K.160/159a
- String Quartet No.8 in F major, K.168
- String Quartet No.9 in A major, K.169
- String Quartet No.10 in C major, K.170
- String Quartet No.11 in E-flat major, K.171
- String Quartet No.12 in B-flat major, K.172
- String Quartet No.13 in D minor, K.173
|6 String Quartets, Op.10, dedicated to Joseph Haydn
|3 "Prussian" Quartets