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Quartet, Op. 19. Ignaz Josef Pleyel. Flute sheet music. Violin sheet music.

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Quartet, Op. 19. Ignaz Josef Pleyel. Flute sheet music. Violin sheet music.

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Quartet, Op. 19. 4 composed by Ignaz Josef Pleyel. 1757-1831. Winds and Strings. For flute, violin, viola and cello. Enjoyable, fun for the flute. Classical. Score and parts. Published by Rosewood Publications. RW.RP-91. Ignaz Josef Pleyel. 1757-1831. was born in a village near Vienna. He was given a profound musical education with Johann Baptist Vanhal. 1739-1813. and Franz Joseph Haydn. 1732-1809. , becoming Haydn's favourite pupil. In 1788 he married. of his four children his son Camille became known as a piano virtuoso. In Paris in 1797 he founded a music publishing firm and kept a music shop. In 1807 he started a piano factory together with his son Camille. In its 39 years his music publishing firm published some 4,000 works by, among others, Haydn. the complete string quartets. , Beethoven, Boieldieu, Boccherini, Steibelt, Hummel, Rossini, Dussek, Kalkbrenner, Rouget de Lisle, Clementi, Cherubini and Moscheles. After Pleyel's death in 1831 his son Camille took over his father's business. Pleyel's most productive years were 1785-1795, his Strasbourg years. He composed 41 symphonies, 6 Symphonies Concertantes, 8 concerti. most for violin or cello. , octets, septets, sextets, 17 quintets, 70 quartets. most of them for strings, some for flute and string trio. , 48 trios, 64 duets, hymns and songs. He also made arrangements of Scottish Folksongs, wrote a Requiem, some Masses, more church music and two operas. All 3 quartets for 36.00.

Translation

Quartet, Op. 19. 4 composed by Ignaz Pleyel. 1757-1831. Winds and Strings. For flute, violin, viola and cello. Enjoyable, fun for the flute. Classical. Score and parts. Published by Rosewood Publications. RW.RP-91. Ignaz Josef Pleyel. 1757-1831. was born in a village near Vienna. He was given a profound musical education with Johann Baptist Vanhal. 1739-1813. and Franz Joseph Haydn. 1732-1809. , becoming Haydn's favourite pupil. In 1788 he married. of his four children his son Camille became known as a piano virtuoso. In Paris in 1797 he founded a music publishing firm and kept a music shop. In 1807 he started a piano factory together with his son Camille. In its 39 years his music publishing firm published some 4,000 works by, among others, Haydn. the complete string quartets. , Beethoven, Boieldieu, Boccherini, Steibelt, Hummel, Rossini, Dussek, Kalkbrenner, Rouget de Lisle, Clementi, Cherubini and Moscheles. After Pleyel's death in 1831 his son Camille took over his father's business. Pleyel's most productive years were 1785-1795, his Strasbourg years. He composed 41 symphonies, 6 Symphonies Concertantes, 8 concerti. most for violin or cello. , octets, septets, sextets, 17 quintets, 70 quartets. most of them for strings, some for flute and string trio. , 48 trios, 64 duets, hymns and songs. He also made arrangements of Scottish Folksongs, wrote a Requiem, some Masses, more church music and two operas. All 3 quartets for 36.00.