||First edition ?
||Paris: Richault, n.d. . Plate 555. R.
||Original images: 150dpi grayscale tif (from pdf) files approx. 1570 by 2100 pixels. Editing: re-sampled to 600dpi, converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, and set uniform margins. BNE claims the impossibly low plate number is an error. Dancla's Op.49 published at the same time has plate 15632.
||Trio pour deux violons et alto ou violoncelle|
String Trio No.1(?)
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- I. Moderato
- II. Rêverie. Andante (in C major)
- III. Final. Scherzo. Allegro moderato
||1877? – Paris: Richault
||Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France |
(2d Series, Vol.21, No.25, 23 June 1877, p.357, reg. no.1851).
||À Messiers Bernardin de Flammerecourt pére et fils
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||2 Violins, viola (or cello)
BdlF reg. no.1852 is Dancla's Trio, Op.49. Note that the prices on the cover pages and those in BdlF match.
Seems like any of a number of cases - see HMB, too- where release of a new work was accompanied by re-releases of older works, not always in new editions, sometimes just reprints. Might have been issued at an earlier date, then reissued to "welcome" trio no.2 into Richault's world. Or, other explanations suggest themselves too (lots of examples of low plates that aren't errors, just low for one reason or another or more than one.) - Schissel
(Note: Reissued by SJ Music in 2000.)