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||London: Merton Music, No.4916, n.d.[1996-2010].
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a "String Quartet No.1" in B♭ minor was published in 1914 (copy @ U. Leeds). (Am guessing, admittedly, that this is no.2.) - Schissel (Amazon lists some other works of hers as temporarily unavailable, up to an Op.57 (Jarába, Spanish Dance for violin and piano, pub.1933), so she seems to have composed some other works (certainly: Worldcat lists also a violin sonata (only one movement published? won a 4th prize @ Cobbett Competition; an earlier phantasie trio also won an award), 2 pieces for violin and viola (©1960), a suite and Idyll for strings (hirable from Novello etc.)...))