String Quartet No.7 (Hindemith, Paul)

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London: Schott & Co., Ltd., No.3538, 1949. Plate 37289.

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London: Schott & Co., Ltd., No.3843, 1949. Plate 37290a-d.

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General Information

Work Title String Quartet No.7
Alternative Title 6. Streichquartett
Composer Hindemith, Paul
Key E major
Movements/Sections 4 movements
  1. Fast
  2. Quiet, scherzando
  3. Slow. Fast
  4. Canon, moderately fast, gay
Year/Date of Composition 1944 December–1945 December 30
First Performance 1946-03-21, Washington, D.C., USA
Budapest String Quartet
First Publication 1949
Average Duration 16 minutes
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation 2 violins, viola, cello
External Links Hindemith Foundation
Wikipedia article (French)


Misc. Comments

  • Hindemith wrote seven string quartets; Schott published all except for Op.2 (String Quartet No.1). The traditional numbering, with Op.10 (String Quartet No. 2) as the first quartet, is Schott's; throughout his lifetime and with a high degree of consistency, Hindemith numbered the Op.2 quartet as his first, and the remaining six quartets as Nos.2-7. The Op.22 quartet is even identified as No.4 on the program of its premiere performance. Since the early 1990s, all Schott printings of the quartets make use of Hindemith's own numbering.
-Paul Hindemith: A Research and Information Guide
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