String Quartet, Op.9 (Aimon, Léopold)
Paris: Jouve, n.d. Plate 86.
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|Work Title||String Quartet|
|Alternative Title||Quatuor pour deux violons, alto et violoncelle|
|Dedication||Monsieur Georges Audibert|
|Instrumentation||2 Violins, viola, cello|
Perhaps this is one of the 12 new quartets mentioned in the 1813 article (see op.8)?
Also, as with e.g. Haydn's symphony no.101, if only the slow introduction to the first movement is in minor but its main section is in major, the work is traditionally in major, not "minor - major".