6 Quartets (Denoose)

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Parts

 Violin 1
#268881 - 12.86MB, 19 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0- V/V/V - 72x

PDF scanned by Jurabe
Jurabe (2013/2/8)

 Violin 2
#268924 - 6.69MB, 20 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0- V/V/V - 32x

PDF scanned by Jurabe
Jurabe (2013/2/8)

PMLP435602-Denoose All.pdf
Publisher Info.:

Paris: M. de la Chevardière, n.d.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

Italian title, French dedication. On pp.1 & 2: Main cover plus contemporary handwritten list of contents and repagination.

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General Information

Work Title Sei Quatro o sie Sinfonie
Alternative Title
Composer Denoose
Movements/Sections 6
First Publication 1763 ca. or after
Dedication Monsieur le Comte de Fumel
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation 2 Violins, Viola, Cello


Misc. Comments

This unknown XVIII century composer with a Flemish sounding name is presented on the title page as a violin teacher from Toulouse, France. The score was placed in first position in a period bound volume with works by Boccherini, Haydn, Gossec, Beck, Filtz, Cannabich. The signature of the composer, together with a couple of his inked corrections, is apposed to the bottom of the last page of the Violin 1 and 2 parts which would tend to point at a local purchase. This volume was found in the music library of a property not far from Toulouse (see uploader's main page). Unfortunately, the viola and bass volumes were found to be missing.

"basso" might just mean cello, not necessarily figured bass; basso often did mean this during publications in the Classical era, and can't be assumed to place this composer in the Baroque era, absent the cello-or-continuo part evidence must be found elsewhere just which it is. The advertisement lists works that were published (according to Worldcat) ca.1763 (e.g. the later Holzbauer periodical-symphonies) and perhaps later still... - Schissel
- agreed, all the more so as all the other pieces in the other, complete, volumes of this late 18th century collection have regular cello parts, and not figured bass.
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