General information
Title CZSerenáda
Subtitle CZpro dva klarinety, housle, violu a violoncello
Title ENSerenade [auth.]
Subtitle ENfor two clarinets, violin, viola and violoncello
Title DESerenade
Subtitle DEfür zwei Klarinetten, Violine, Bratsche und Cello
Title FRSérénade
Subtitle FRpour deux clarinettes, violon, alto et violoncelle
CategoryChamber Music
SubcategoryQuintets
Halbreich number334
Parts of the composition (movements)1. Moderato poco allegro; 2. Andante; 3. Allegro (poco) - Trio: Molto vivo; 4. Adagio - Allegro
Durata24'
InstrumentsCl Cl Vl Vla Vc
Dedicatee Leventritt Berner, Rosalia
Diplomatic transcription of the dedicationTo | Rosalie Leventritt.
Note on the dedicationDedication on the title page of the autograph score.
Origin
Place of compositionNew York
Year of origin1951
Initiation of composition08.10.1951
Completion of composition11.11.1951
First performance
Performer Robert McGinnis (Cl), Napoleon Cerminara (Cl), Joseph Fuchs (Vl), Lillian Fuchs (Vla), Bernard Greenhouse (Vc)
Cerminara, Napoleon
Fuchs, Lillian
Fuchs, Joseph
Greenhouse, Bernard
McGinnis, Robert
Date of the first performance1952-01-04
Location of the first performanceNew York (Town Hall)
Ensemble
Autograph deposition
InstitutionBohuslav Martinů Centre in Polička
Deposition locationPolička
OwnerBohuslav Martinů Centre in Polička
Note on the autograph depostitionReproduction of the autograph score held by the Éditions Max Eschig in Paris.
Copyright
CopyrightÉditions Max Eschig, Paris
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Note Title on the title page of the autograph score: "Serenade | for violin, viola, Vcello | and two clarinettes [sic]."; printed edition (Eschig, 1962) preserved the same order of the instruments: "Sérénade pour violon, alto, violoncelle et deux clarinettes". *** Alternative title: "Serenade in F".
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