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||String Quartet No.1
- Ziemlich bewegts Zeitmass
- So rasch als möglich (C minor)
- Langsames Zeitmass, sehr frei im Vortrag (A minor)
- Lebhaft bewegt
||1905 July, Solothurn, Switzerland; or earlier
||1905 - Leipzig: Hug & Co.
||Henri Marteau (1874–1934)
||Early 20th century
||2 Violins, viola, cello
||All Music Guide|
Recorded by the Locrian Ensemble of London together with the 2nd quartet in E minor, Op.33 and the flute quartet Op.43 on a Guild CD in 2009.