||New York: Society for the Publication of American Music, 1922.
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||String Quartet in C minor
||String Quartet No.3?4?
||Smith, David Stanley
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
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|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
||Early 20th century
||2 violins, viola, cello
This work is Smith's representative in the (Walter Willson) Cobbett Association Library (Catalogue of The Cobbett Association Library Holdings (DOC file)). (under Smith, David S.) (Schissel)
A forthcoming performance of this work is announced (rather, mentioned as having been announced by Mrs. F. S. Coolidge - Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge she was later called, I think...- for the Annual Berkshire Festival) in The Violinist, August-September 1921 issue, page 282.
Some of the quartets of Smith according to the Finding Aid at Yale University (pages 21-24 of the David Stanley Smith collection finding aid.) (op.46 might be quartet 3 or 4 depending on the status of opus 2. Oddly, reminds me of the case of Hindemith's opus 2.)
- op.2 in C minor, 1899. may be string quartet no."0" as op.71 was published as quartet no.6.
- op.19 in E minor (1906, premiered by the Kneisel Quartet 1912, pub.1913.)
- op.37, A major, revised as Op.37b. Premiered 1915.
- op.46 in C minor. (pub.1922)
- op.57 in E♭. (finished June 21 1927, pub.1929) (I. Prelude and allegro. II. Andante - Cadenza - Interlude. III. Finale according to Worldcat.)
- op.62 in D major (1931)
- op.71 in C. (1934-1935, pub.1937. published as quartet no.6.)
- op.74 in D minor (finished? January 12 1936. "In memory of J. Haydn" at end.)
- op.77 in A (April 4 1936) "quartet no.8"
- op.80 in B♭ (November 26 1938) "quartet no.9"
- op.90 in A (July 12 1939) "Poem in three parts", also "quartet no.10" (revised, condensed version? March 3 1944)