String Quartet No.1, Op.11 (Rode, Pierre)
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Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, n.d. Plate 332.
Offenbach sur le Mein: Jean André, n.d., Plate 3818.
Berlin & Amsterdam: J. J. Hummel, n.d., Plate 1093.
Vienna: Artaria e Comp., n.d., Plate 2040.
Bonn: N. Simrock, n.d., Plate 43.
Amsterdam: A Kuntze, n.d., Plate 43.
|Work Title||String Quartet No.1|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||Op.11, No.1|
|Dedication||Louis Ferdinand of Prussia|
|Composer Time Period||Classical|
|Instrumentation||2 violins, viola, cello|
- A "new edition" of this work was released in 1857 so first published before then certainly. (by plate number more likely in the 1805–1809 range true.)-Schissel
Op.11 No.1? Op.11 seems to have had a few quartets in it- an "Op.11 No. II" is noted as having been published in "Zeitung für die elegante Welt Berlin", issue 16, 9 April 1805. An "Op.11 No. III" (Simrock) - published in 1805 (by an unspecified publisher?) (see the article for Op.14) is our "Quartet No.3, Op.14" in D. So Op.11 is a set of at least 3 quartets.
- Opus numbers for Rode's works are notoriously unreliable, so (short of finding a list in the composer's own hand, or a thematic catalogue) it is best to use "Quartet No.1" instead. The first 3 were issued as a set (Op.11) by Boehme - Fynnjamin