||Eric Schissel (*1969)
||Based on an undated Salabert reprint of the 1910 Mathot score, borrowed from the University of Hartford (too large and fragile to scan, so typeset instead.) Engraved using LilyPond 2.18.2. Incorporating some fingerings entered into the score, possibly by violinist Willfred Strang Fidlar (1908–2006) whose collection this was in before it entered Hartford's collection.
||Suite for Violin and Cello
||Suite pour Violon et Violoncelle
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
- Allegro moderato (120 bars, 4/4 time)
- Presto (in E minor) (230 bars, 3/4 time)
- Adagio (in G major) (70 bars, 3/4 time)
- Allegro con brio - Con fuoco - Lento - Presto (119 bars, mostly 4/4 time)
||1910 – France: Mathot (plate Z.417 M. A.Z.)
||À André Hekking et George Enescu
|Average DurationAvg. Duration
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||All Music Guide|
sound sample from first movement at Soundcloud.com (50 seconds, from Jansa Duo recording)
André Hekking was a cellist who lived 1866–1925. He was also a dedicatee of Moór's Largo Op.105 and Saint-Saëns' Prière, Op.158. (His brother Anton and cousin Gerard were also well-known and show up on this site as dedication-recipients...)
Mathot plate Z.417 M. A.Z. from Hartford Library information - see WorldCat.