Talk:String Quartet No.2, Op.13 (Hiller, Ferdinand)

Good way to celebrate Hiller's 200th anniversary - scan some more of his works :) (I'm not actually joking... aside from piano works, a little piano-oriented chamber music, and an oratorio in vocal score, and one symphony, ... that's really it? Now two string quartets - always a great genre to add, at least in principle. And I really do like B minor for a quartet key, whether in Haydn, Barber, Prokofiev or Franz Lachner... so, glad Sibley has scanned this, and thanks for transferring. Eric 03:51, 15 February 2011 (UTC) (that said, it's been pointed out to me that the viola part of the first movement is not playable as written - see the double-stop on the C string, C-F, in the development section. Will have to check what the cello is playing at that time, since depending on the answer the cellist could play one of those notes in addition; but that's at best careless.- E.)