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[Op. 116] Terzetto originale "Tremate, empj, tremate" per voci di Soprano, Tenore e Basso composto ad uso dei Concerti... op. 116. Partitura di Orchestra. Contemporary manuscript by an unknown copyist. [Full score]
Ca. 1830. Oblong quarto, 225 x 298 mm. Disbound. [1] (title), [2-45], [i] (blank) pp. In modern score order, with woodwinds on top. & & Carefully executed. With occasional corrections. With indecipherable early signature to head of title. Untrimmed. In very good condition. . The terzetto was first published in February 1826 by Steiner & Comp. in Vienna, as set of parts and a piano-vocal score; the full score was not issued until 1864, as part of the complete edition by Breitkopf & Härtel. & & The text underlay, uncredited, is from the libretto "Arsace" by Giovanni de Gamerra.& & The present manuscript copy was possibly prepared from the published parts and piano-vocal score. The manuscript full score at the Beethoven-Haus (BH86), another anonymous copy, corrected by Beethoven (who misattributed the text to "Bettoni"), differs in its score order: it has the violin and viola parts on top of the system, reflecting an earlier tradition. Also, the title uses the spelling "empi" as in the 1826 Steiner edition; Breitkopf's 1864 edition, however, reads "empj," as does the present copy.& & Kinsky pp. 335-36. Dorfmüller p. 343 (with correct ascription of text).
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