Paris: Au Magasin de Musique Dirigé par Cherubini, Méhul, Kreutzer, Rode, N. Isouard et Boieldieu [PN] 248, . Folio. Sewn. Engraved throughout.
Violin principal:  (title), 9 pp.
Violin I:  (blank), 2-8 pp.
Violin II:  (blank), 2-8 pp.
Viola: 3 pp.
Bass and Bassoon:  (blank), 2-7 pp.
Flute I:  (blank), 2-5 pp.
Flute II: 2 pp.
Horn I: 1 p.
Horn II: 1 p.
Possible First Edition. Giazotto 98. RISM V1814.
"[Viotti] was the most influential violinist between Tartini and Paganini and the last great representative of the Italian tradition stemming from Corelli. He is considered the founder of the ‘modern’ (19th-century) French school of violin playing, and his compositions, among the finest examples of Classical violin music, exerted a strong influence on 19th-century violin style... Only the 29 violin concertos fully reflect Viotti’s musical imagination, his power as a performer and his development as a composer. These are his most important works, both musically and historically." Chappell White in Grove online. Item #22039
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