d’Albert: Quartet Op. 11 (1893)

• 2 violins, viola, violoncello. 32′

Edited by Dean Crocker, 2017

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Previously published by Ed. Bote & G. Bock (Berlin & Posen), 1893.

Eugen d’Albert , 1864 (Glasgow)‒1932 (Riga). Composer and pianist. Studied composition with Stainer, Prout, and Sullivan; piano with Richter and Liszt. Remembered for his concert career and for his six marriages. Composed piano pieces, operas, a symphony, two piano concertos, a violin concerto, chamber music and editions of Liszt and Beethoven—all generally forgotten today.

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