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Reichel, Adolf Reichel, Adolphe‏

Summary

Name Reichel, Adolf (1816-1896)
Standardized title Quartett
Scoring summary vl (2), vla, vlc
Key or mode C
Title on source [score, cover title:] [in red: 17] | [added by pencil: C-dur.] | Quartett | für | 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncell | componirt | und | seinem lieben Bruder Carl | gewidmet | von | Adolph Reichel.
Variant title on source [vl 1, cover title:] [in red: 17] | Quatuor | (N|o VI. C. dur) | Violino I|mo | composé | par | Adolphe Reichel.
RISM ID No. 410003669

Library information

Library siglum CH-BEk Reichel 2408 A
Source of acquisition note Reichel, Helmuth
Method of acquisition Schenkung
Date of acquisition 2015

Content

Work number 1.1.1
Title of movement, tempo [score, p.1:] Allegro.
Voice/instrument vl 1
PAE Code
Work number 1.2.1
Title of movement, tempo [score, p.12:] Poco Adagio
Voice/instrument vl 1
Key or mode G
PAE Code
Work number 1.3.1
Title of movement, tempo [score, p.19:] Vivace alla Mazurka.
Voice/instrument vl 1
PAE Code
Work number 1.4.1
Title of movement, tempo [score, p.24:] Allegro
Voice/instrument vl 1
PAE Code

Distribution

Strings 11110

Material description

Group 01
Type Autograph manuscript
Publishing, Printing and Production Information Paris, 1855-07-18
Format, extent 1 score: 33p.
Dimensions 26,5 x 17,5 cm
General note Datierung am Ende der Partitur: "Clamart bei Paris d 17|t Juli 1855. Adolph Reichel."
Group 02
Type Autograph manuscript
Format, extent 4 parts
Dimensions 35 x 27 cm
Parts held vl 1, 2, vla, vlc
Extent (parts) 13, 10, 9, 9p.

Further information

General note Korrekturen und Ergänzungen in der Partitur sowie in den Stimmen.
Abschriften der Stimmen siehe unter anderem Reichel 6203.
Provenance notes Besitzerstempel auf dem Umschlagtitel: "Prof. Alex. Reichel | BERN".

References

Bibliographic reference RepertoriumSchweiz

Index terms

Subject heading Quartets (instr.)
Name Reichel, Alexander (1853-1921) [Former owner]
Reichel, Carl [Dedicatee]

Images

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