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||Hanns-Dieter Sonntag (b.1929?) |
||Berlin-Lichterfelde : Robert Lienau, 1959. Plate S. 10954.|URTEXT EDITION
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||From the uploader's library. Editor's Foreword (German only) removed.
||Flute Quartet in D major
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- Rondo presto assai
||Most likely public domain in the USA, despite publication date.|
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||flute, violin, viola, cello
||Thurn-und Taxisschen Hofbibliothek, Regensburg (D-Rtt): M.Haydn 9/I
The editor (a flutist : dates uncertain. Still active in the 70s) mentions the other works for the flute by Michael Haydn, viz. His Divertimento in D, and 2 Concertos, an unpublished one at the time of his edition (1958) to be found in the Stiftsbibliothek of Lambach, and another one described as lost in DTÖ (Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich) yet published in Budapest in 1957. He does not mention the quartet in F major which was published later, also in the Hofbibliothek Regensburg, which might be actually spurious.