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Six quintéti pour 2 violons, guitare, alto & basse

Six quintéti pour 2 violons, guitare, alto & basse

 
 
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composés à Madrid pour Mr. le Marquis de Bénavent par Bocchérini. (statement of responsibility)
Title from t.p. of guitar part.
In ink.
Copied from the holograph in possession of Bénavent in 1811 by François de Fossa or a copyist he hired; indications of dynamics and articulations in Fossa's hand.
Avertissement in hand of Louis Picquot on t.p. verso of guitar part.
Printed subscription notice for an edition of 12 Boccherini quintets for 2 violins, 2 violas, and violoncello by publisher P.-J.-J. Le Duc, 1817, tipped into guitar part.
Published in score: Milan : Zerboni, 1973.

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01/01/1811
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Boccherini, Luigi -- 1743-1805
Fossa, François de -- 1775-1849
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