Notated Music Quartets, piano, violin, viola, cello K. 478, G minor

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Title
Quartets, piano, violin, viola, cello K. 478, G minor
Contributor Names
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus -- 1756-1791
Apponyi, Antal György -- gróf -- 1751-1817 (former_owner)
Created / Published
1795, monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Piano quartets -- Parts
-  Music -- Manuscripts
Notes
-  del sig: W:A: Mozart. (statement of responsibility)
-  Keyboard part only.
-  At bottom of t.p.: angefangen den 2. December N17 (corrected from 19) Anton.
-  Notated in ink on 8 stave paper with watermark of 3 crescent moons over "Real", a canopy and the letters "GL." Similar to the watermark found in the paper used by Mozart in sketches for The Magic Flute in 1791.
-  Some early pencilled annotations including fingering, accidentals and dynamics, with "Graf Anton" overwritten at the lower left hand corner, below which appears the date "2 December" with "N 17 Anton" below that.
-  At the upper right hand corner of the title page in light pencil the name "Graf Anton Apponyi."
-  This ms. probably prepared from the 1st or an early ed. Composed in Vienna in 1785 and published by Hoffmeister in Dec., 1785.
-  This v. of music possibly prepared for Count Anton Georg Apponyi, a prominent Viennese nobleman, musician and acquaintance of Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven. Vienna, 1781-ca. 1806. mus (ownership)
-  Vol. containing first and early eds. of printed music and mss. of Mozart's works. (version identification)
Form
print
Extent
35 p. of ms. music ; 23 x 32 cm.
Related Resources
http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:fhcl.loeb:5105307 External (electronic resource)
Language
No Linguistic Content
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Description
print | 35 p. of ms. music ; 23 x 32 cm. | del sig: W:A: Mozart. (Statement Of Responsibility). Keyboard part only. At bottom of t.p.: angefangen den 2. December N17 (corrected from 19) Anton. Notated in ink on 8 stave paper with watermark of 3 crescent moons over "Real", a canopy and the letters "GL." Similar to the watermark found in the paper used by Mozart in sketches for The Magic Flute in 1791. Some early pencilled annotations including fingering, accidentals and dynamics, with "Graf Anton" overwritten at the lower left hand corner, below which appears the date "2 December" with "N 17 Anton" below that. At the upper right hand corner of the title page in light pencil the name "Graf Anton Apponyi." This ms. probably prepared from the 1st or an early ed. Composed in Vienna in 1785 and published by Hoffmeister in Dec., 1785. This v. of music possibly prepared for Count Anton Georg Apponyi, a prominent Viennese nobleman, musician and acquaintance of Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven. Vienna, 1781-ca. 1806. mus (Ownership). Vol. containing first and early eds. of printed music and mss. of Mozart's works. (Version Identification). Print (Form).
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Chicago citation style:

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, and Antal György Apponyi. Quartets, piano, violin, viola, cello K. 478, G minor. , Monographic, 1795.

APA citation style:

Mozart, W. A. & Apponyi, A. G. (1795) Quartets, piano, violin, viola, cello K. 478, G minor. , Monographic.

MLA citation style:

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, and Antal György Apponyi. Quartets, piano, violin, viola, cello K. 478, G minor. , Monographic, 1795.

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