This work's attribution to Erzherzog Rudolph is spurious but there is no alternative. See comments below.
|First Publication||2020 – IMSLP (as long as no pre-existing edition is found)|
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⇒ 8 more: Clarinet (A) • Bassoon • Horn in F • Natural Horn (E,G,C) • Violin • Viola • Cello • Double Bass
|Work Title||Septet in E minor|
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.||IER 1|
|First Publication.||2020 – IMSLP (as long as no pre-existing edition is found)|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Classical|
|Instrumentation||clarinet (A), bassoon, horn (E/G/C), violin, viola, cello, bass|
|Primary Sources||Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna (A-Wn):|
Although there is no name and the year 1850 is written near the end of the score and on the title page of the parts, Michael Kube argues in Grove Music Online that it was composed by the Archduke in 1830. Quoted from Andrew L. de Avaré, "SEPTETS, OCTETS, NONETS: ROMANTIC CHAMBER MUSIC IN ITS CULTURAL CONTEXTS" (2007). Student Research, Creative Activity, and Performance - School of Music. 7:
In his article “Septet” for Grove Music Online, Michael Kube claims the existence of a Septet (1830) by Archduke Rudolph. On p. 346 of Archduke Rudolph, Beethoven’s Patron, Pupil, and Friend: His Life and Music (Stuyvesant, NY: Pendragon Press, 1988), Susan Kagan calls this attribution into question.
The attribution to Rudolph has been taken up by Consortium Classicum for their 1994 complete recording of the work (). I couldn't find out whether there is a published edition.