String Quartets

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Re: String Quartets

Post by kh0815 » Wed May 12, 2010 8:56 pm

A good friend of mine is desparately looking for the three string quartets by Vienna's (phantastic song) composer Johann Vesque v. Püttlingen (1803-1883, see http://knol.google.com/k/martin-wiemer/ ... nwcpv65m/1#) alias "Johann Hoven" ("I'm only half a Beethoven"). Following a Schultz' thesis (Leipzig 1928 - he had copies at his disposal) these are:

No. 1 C major
No. 2 B minor
No. 3 D major

Schultz's collected material is said to have been lost in the war. Presumably never been printed/published, these works are reported to have existed with the pseudonym "Johann Hoven" in hand written parts (copies) in Vienna Philharmonics' (or other Vienna musicians). Research in Vienna (VPO, Doblinger, Vienna Libraries, etc.) was not successful at all.

Any help and/or hint to find access to these obscure works of v. Püttlingen (also fragmentary) would be very welcome.

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Re: String Quartets

Post by Caprotti » Wed May 12, 2010 8:58 pm

I'm trying different types of scan ...
Glazunov - 26 - String Quartet (Quatuor slave) fs r.pdf
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Re: String Quartets

Post by Caprotti » Wed May 12, 2010 9:53 pm

kh0815 wrote:A good friend of mine is desparately looking for the three string quartets by Vienna's (phantastic song) composer Johann Vesque v. Püttlingen (1803-1883, see http://knol.google.com/k/martin-wiemer/ ... nwcpv65m/1#) alias "Johann Hoven" ("I'm only half a Beethoven"). Following a Schultz' thesis (Leipzig 1928 - he had copies at his disposal) these are:

No. 1 C major
No. 2 B minor
No. 3 D major

Schultz's collected material is said to have been lost in the war. Presumably never been printed/published, these works are reported to have existed with the pseudonym "Johann Hoven" in hand written parts (copies) in Vienna Philharmonics' (or other Vienna musicians). Research in Vienna (VPO, Doblinger, Vienna Libraries, etc.) was not successful at all.

Any help and/or hint to find access to these obscure works of v. Püttlingen (also fragmentary) would be very welcome.

Vienna NB has the following

AutorIn Vesque von Püttlingen, Johann
Titel Allegro. J. Hoven. (Vl. 1, Vl. 2, Ato, Basso, Part.) - Stuttgart: Hallberger’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung [1846]. S. 206
Fussnote (Beethoven-Album.)
1.Signatur 691446-C. Mus
1.SW-Kette Musikdruck /
2.SW-Kette Kammermusik /

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Re: String Quartets

Post by Caprotti » Wed May 12, 2010 9:56 pm

last for this evening


edit : sorry, the file was incomplete (for the 2 people who already downloaded the score), now it's ok
Sgambati - 17 - String Quartet c# fs r.pdf
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Re: String Quartets

Post by Riodk » Thu May 13, 2010 8:27 am

Wonderful Caprotti !

Thanks :D

And thanks to Rob too, for the Glazunov.

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Re: String Quartets

Post by lutoslawski » Thu May 13, 2010 12:43 pm

Interesting string quartets. Thank you caprotti and rob for the scans.

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Re: String Quartets

Post by Timtin » Tue May 18, 2010 4:44 pm

The wizard of OS!
Schoeck Notturno Op47.pdf
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Re: String Quartets

Post by fredbucket » Wed May 19, 2010 2:49 am

This one is not quite a quartet (no viola) but I didn't want to start a new thread. The Bavarian State Libraray has Six Trios Pour deux Violons et Basse by Francesco Zappa (http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db ... 39/images/).

Now, I wonder ... :-)

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Re: String Quartets

Post by WCosand » Wed May 19, 2010 3:19 am

In order for you to use this link I guess you need to close the parenthesis by typing the ) yourself. Sorry.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francesco_Zappa_(album)

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Re: String Quartets

Post by kh0815 » Tue May 25, 2010 7:51 pm

Caprotti wrote:
kh0815 wrote:A good friend of mine is desparately looking for the three string quartets by Vienna's (phantastic song) composer Johann Vesque v. Püttlingen (1803-1883, see http://knol.google.com/k/martin-wiemer/ ... nwcpv65m/1#) alias "Johann Hoven" ("I'm only half a Beethoven"). Following a Schultz' thesis (Leipzig 1928 - he had copies at his disposal) these are: No. 1 C major & No. 2 B minor & No. 3 D major

Schultz's collected material is said to have been lost in the war. Presumably never been printed/published, these works are reported to have existed with the pseudonym "Johann Hoven" in hand written parts (copies) in Vienna Philharmonics' (or other Vienna musicians). Research in Vienna (VPO, Doblinger, Vienna Libraries, etc.) was not successful at all.

Any help and/or hint to find access to these obscure works of v. Püttlingen (also fragmentary) would be very welcome.
Vienna NB has the following
AutorIn Vesque von Püttlingen, Johann
Titel Allegro. J. Hoven. (Vl. 1, Vl. 2, Ato, Basso, Part.) - Stuttgart: Hallberger’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung [1846]. S. 206
Fussnote (Beethoven-Album.)
1.Signatur 691446-C. Mus
1.SW-Kette Musikdruck /
2.SW-Kette Kammermusik /
Thank you so much, dear Caprotti, for your kind research. My friend told me that he knew and checked this source before - unfortunately it has nothing to do with these obviously lost works.

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