Cramer: Quintet in E Op. 69 (1824)

• Piano, violin, viola, violoncello, contrabass. 30′

Edited by Dean Crocker, 2010

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Previously published as No. 321 by H. A. Probst (Leipzig), ca. 1827.

Johann Baptist Cramer , 1771/02/24 (Mannheim)‒1858/04/16 (London). Brought to London when only one year old, Cramer studied piano with Benser, Schroeter and Clementi; in composition, he was largely self-taught. A touring concert pianist in his teens, he established a music publishing firm in 1828 (J. B. Cramer & Co., which also manufactured pianos). He managed the firm until 1842. In addition to his once-celebrated piano method and many piano pieces, he composed 9 piano concertos, 124 piano sonatas, a quartet, and this quintet.

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