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||Leipzig: C.F. Peters, n.d.. Plate 7319.
||London: Merton Music, No.4269, n.d.(1996-2010).
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Arrangements and Transcriptions
III. Adagio - IV. Allegro
For Organ (Best)
||String Quartet No.1
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- I. Allegro spiritoso
- II. Menuetto: Allegretto - Trio
- III. Adagio
- IV. Allegro
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1807 ca. – Leipzig: Kühnel, Plate 455
||The Duke of Gotha & Atembourg
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||2 violins, viola, cello
||2 String Quartets, Op.4
||Wikipedia article (Italian)
From Brown's "Louis Spohr: A Critical Biography" "it is possible he would have consigned the manuscript [of the quartets] to oblivion... had it not been for his publisher, Kühnel of Leipzig [who having heard them in 1807 and having already published the concerto no.2 and duets opus 3 persuaded Spohr] to allow the quartets to be published." (p.44, 1984 Cambridge University Press edition) (composed in 1807 also, see Brown, p.43. "Probably composed over the preceding two or three years" - p.44.)