J. J. Hummel

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History

Founded (ca.1766?) in Amsterdam, later in Berlin, by Johann Julius (Jean Julien) Hummel (17 December 1728 - 27 February 1798). Dissolved ca.1821. (See MusicSack, The Writings of Theobald Wolfe Tone (Google Books).)

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies

Plate Numbers

Plate Composer Work Year
0006 Graf 3 Harpsichord Trios, Op.13
0186 Pichl 6 Duets for 2 Violins, Op.4 (parts) [1782]
0305 Klöffler 6 Sonatas for 2 Flutes, Basso continuo, op. 5 [1774]
0331 Boccherini 6 String Trios, G.95-100 (parts) [1784]
0345 Abel 6 String Quartets, Op.12 (parts)
0552 Braun (1753–1811) String Trios, Op.3 1783
0592 Haydn Piano Sonata No.56 Hob.XVI:42, D major [1785]
0640 Pleyel 6 String Quartets, B.346-351 (parts. as op.14) [1788]
0715 Pleyel 3 String Trios, B.401-403 (parts. as op.13book1) [1791]
0843 Bliesener 3 String Quartets, Op.3 (parts) [1790s]
0889 Rosetti Symphony ded. to Paul I [1797]
1015 Ebers Ballade: Pächter Steffens Abentheuer 1798
1018 Ebers Symphony in C minor (parts) [1799]
1036 Steibelt Trois airs : scènes de l'opera Romeo et Julie (v.s.) [1797]
1365 Mozart Divertimento in E-flat major, K.563 (parts) [1805]
1480 Fodor Piano Concertino, Op.21 [1805]

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VIAF (Hummel, Johann Julius)


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