MOZART, WOLFGANG AMADEUS
Two volumes of first and early editions of piano concertos and cadenzas, C18th and early C19th
1) Volume of first and early editions of the piano concertos, comprising the piano parts only for seven concertos: K.467 in C, FIRST EDITION, Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, ; K.491 in C minor, Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, ; K.414 (385p) in A, FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, Vienna: Artaria, ; K.451 in D, FIRST EDITION, SECOND ISSUE, Speyer: Boßler, ; K.271 in E flat, Heilbronn: Amon, ; K.466 in D minor, Offenbach: André, , FIRST EDITION; K.450 in B flat, Offenbach: André, , 28, 27, 25, 23, 19, 19, 19 pages, oblong 4to, mostly c.23 x 32.5cm, typeset and engraved music, probably early C19th manuscript copies of cadenzas to the slow movement and finale of K.271 mounted on pp.11 and 17, gilt lettering to spine ("Mozart 2 Concertos"), nineteenth-century quarter calf, some worming, staining and browning, trimmed by the binder, outer margins of K.271 cropped, with slight loss, some wear to covers, volume 1) split at upper hinge
2) Une Sonate pour deux Pianofortes Un Quintetto pour le Pianoforte...Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, , 78 pages [primo part of K.448 (375a), keyboard part of K.452 and score of K.452], and Cadences ou points d'orgue Pour Piano-Forte...No. 1...2. Offenbach am Main: André, , FIRST EDITION OF THE COMPLETE EDITION, 3 volumes in one, oblong 4to (24.7 x 33.5cm), typeset and lithographed music, gilt lettering to spine ("Mozart 1 Sonate Quintetto Quartetto"), nineteenth-century quarter calf, nos.9-11 of the 'Cadences' lacking, last page of volume loose
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