6 String Quintets, G.319-324 (Op.30) (Boccherini, Luigi)
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Musica Notturna delle Strade di Madrid, G.324 (1st version)
Gustav Lenzewski Sr. (1857-1928)
Berlin: Christian Vieweg, n.d.(ca.1915). Plate V. 1635.
Reissue — Munich, 1975, with fraudulent copyright claim.
First version, without Variations on the "Ritirata" Reissue claim might not have been fraudulent if editor was still alive (though he would have been rather young- if it was Lenzewski "Jr." (or nephew or etc.) (1897 to 1988) ? )
Selections: String Quintets, G.319-323
Musica Notturna delle Strade di Madrid, G.324 (2nd version with the variations on the "Ritirata")
Arrangements and Transcriptions
Musica Notturna delle Strade di Madrid, G.324
For 2 Violins and Piano 3 hands (Kullman)
Benedict Kullman (1995-)
Based on Gustav Lenzewski's edition. New edition to come soon.
For Flute and 2 Violins (Davies-White)
|Work Title||6 String Quintets, G.319-324|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||G.319-324 ; Op.30 in Boccherini's autograph catalogue|
|Year/Date of Composition||1780|
|First Publication||1921 (G.324 first version), 1958 (G.319, G.321, G.322, G.324 second version)|
|Composer Time Period||Classical|
|Instrumentation||2 violins, viola, 2 cellos|
|Extra Information||unpublished in composer's lifetime|
(there are 2 authentic versions of No.60; the later one includes the Variations on the "Ritirata" found also in G.418 and 453)
- Aufziehen der militärischen Nachtwache in Madrid - Procession of the Military Night Watch in Madrid
- Minuetto (Tanz der Blinden) (Allegretto)
- Largo assai, senza rigor di Battuta - Allegro - Largo assai - Allegro
- Passacalle (Allegro vivo)
- Ritirata (Maestoso)