Pour le temps de la moisson (Royer, Étienne)

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Performer Pages Steve's Bedroom Band (string quartet)
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Publisher. Info. Paris: Maurice Senart, 1919. Plate E.M.S. 3777.
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General Information

Work Title Pour le temps de la moisson
Alternative. Title 1e quatuor
Composer Royer, Étienne
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3
First Performance. 1913 June 5 possibly?
First Publication. 1919?
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation 2 violins, viola, cello

Misc. Comments

This may be the string quartet Koechlin was referring to (see category discussion; see Écrits) (premiered 5 June 1913 @ SMI) unless Royer composed more than one other? Royer is described as a student of (Vincent) d'Indy and of Auguste Sérieyx.

Another source gives both his quartets (the other listed is titled "Pour les fêtes de mai" ) dates of 1918 but both may be estimated publication dates.