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Complete String Quartets

By Ludwig van Beethoven

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String quartet (2 violins, viola, cello)
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). Book; Masterworks; Quartet; String Quartet. Dover Edition. Classical Period. Full score (individual performance parts unavailable with this edition). Full score notation. 228 pages. Published by Dover Publications (AP.6-223612).

Item Number: AP.6-223612
ISBN 0486223612. With full score notation. Classical Period. 9 3/8x1214 inches.

Breitkopf & Hartel edition. 6 quartets of Opus 18; 3 quartets of Opus 59; Opera 74, 95, 127, 130, 131, 132, 135 and Grosse Fuge. Study score.

  • Quartet No.1, Op.18, No.1  F Major
  • Quartet No.2, Op.18, No.2  G Major
  • Quartet No.3, Op.18, No.3  D Major
  • Quartet No.4, Op.18, No.4  C Minor
  • Quartet No.5, Op.18, No.5  A Major
  • Quartet No.6, Op.18, No.6  Bb Major
  • Quartet No.7, Op.59, No.1  F Major
  • Quartet No.8, Op.59, No.2  E Minor
  • Quartet No.9, Op.59, No.3  C Major
  • Quartet No.10, Op.74  Eb Major
  • Quartet No.11, Op.95  F Minor
  • Quartet No.12, Op.127  Eb Major
  • Quartet No.13, Op.130  Bb Major
  • Quartet No.14, Op.131  C# Minor
  • Quartet No.15, Op.132  A Minor
  • Quartet No.16, Op.135  F Major
  • Grosse Fuge, Op.133  Bb Major

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  • February 22, 2008 Dover Editions a Fun if Uneven Read

    I hope by now that most musicians know the Dover Editions are for sitting down and studying, not for playing. I can wish they had wider central margins so they could be taken apart and put into a notebook where page turning is easier, but that isn't about to...

    happen at this great low price -- so I'll take the good, and try to preserve the wimpy spine by careful page turning. Some of the print is not as dark as I'd like -- very uneven. When I look at the grayed out eighth notes of certain pages, I can hear the whack of an ABDick printer going way too fast, sputtering to keep up with demand. Still, a sit down with this book and a favorite recording is enlightening.

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  • September 17, 2007 Accurate score and easy to read for study purposes

    Having done grad study at the Yale School of Music (trombone, theory and paleography) I can't see how anyone could be a couch potato and listen to these quartets without see the mastery. Brass instruments don't have the flexibility of strings but trombones share the characteristic of being...

    able to play the note at any pitch........just as string players do. No one who buy this volume will be disappointed and there are times you will want to just "read" a quartet without the music and "hear it" in your head. Abouve all, Beethoven has a great sense of humor..........look at "Es Muss Sein" and laugh......it is a romp and a half!

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