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||Wilhelm Altmann (1862-1951)
||Leipzig: Eulenburg, No.104, n.d. Plate E.E. 1204, 1209, 1165, 1191, 1155, 1192.
||Twelve String Quartets, Opp.55, 64 and 71 |
New York: Dover Publications, 1980.
3 Quartets, Hob.III:63-65
||The Tost III Quartets
||Quatuors à cordes op. 64 de Joseph Haydn; String Quartets, Op. 64
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
||Op.64 ; Hob.III:63-68
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
||None [force assignment]
- String Quartet in C major, Hob.III:65
- String Quartet in B minor, Hob.III:68
- String Quartet in B-flat major, Hob.III:67
- String Quartet in G major, Hob.III:66
- String Quartet in D major, Hob.III:63
- String Quartet in E-flat major, Hob.III:64
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1791 - Offenbach: André
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||2 violins, viola, cello
The ms. copies of Op.64 No.6 all? mostly? have Allegro for the first movement where the published score (edit: some published scores- not the contemporary parts published by Bland above, and probably not the earliest published scores, either, but - I don't know!!...) has Allegretto, interestingly. Does the autograph survive? Did the composer authorize the change, if it was one (or was the change in the other direction and made in the ms. copies, all copies of some other source? This seems unlikely as they're geographically widespread?...) - Schissel