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BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van 1770-1827
[Op. 12]. Tre Sonate Per il Clavicembalo o Forte-Piano [Subtitle]: con un Violino Composte, e Dedicate al Sigr. Antonio Salieri primo Maestro di Capella della Corte Imperiale di Vienna &c. &c. ... Opera 12
Vienna Artaria e Comp. [PN] 793 [1799]. 2 volumes. Oblong folio. Piano part bound in modern full green cloth boards with black leather label gilt to spine; violin part bound in matching full green cloth wrappers. [1] (title), 2-52; [1] (blank), 2-21, [1] (blank) pp. Engraved throughout. Printed price overwritten in manuscript ("5"). Early ownership signature of "Pachler" and the number "37" in manuscript to recto of first leaf of both parts. Title somewhat foxed and soiled, with some wear to edges; minor foxing throughout, heavier to some leaves; small portions of paper lacking to lower margin of pp. 29/30. Quite a good, wide-margined copy overall.. First Edition. Rare. Kinsky-Halm p. 28. Dorfmüller-Weinhold p. 209. Hirsch IV, 249. Schneider Catalogue 289, 81. Hoboken 2, 54. The ownership signature to both parts is intriguing, as the name "Pachler" is closely associated with both Beethoven and Schubert; Schubert, in fact, dedicated his set of 4 songs, op. 106, to the pianist Marie Pachler. From comparisons to documents held at the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Vienna and the Steiermärkisches Landesarchiv in Graz, it is likely that the signature on the present score is that of Karl Pachler, Marie Pachler's husband. "Karl Pachler (b. Graz, 4 November 1789; d. Graz, 22 October 1850) was a lawyer and brewer. His wife, Marie Leopoldine, nee Koschak (b. Graz, 2 February 1794; d. Graz, 10 April 1855), whom he had married in 1816, was a very cultured person and an exceptionally fine pianist. Beethoven, whose acquaintance she made at Vöslau, Lower Austria, in 1817, wrote to he … [Click Below for Full Description]
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