[after ca. 1901].
1 bifolium. Based on a copy of Pleyel's op 30, 3 Duette arrangiert für Violine und Violoncello (Heilbronn a/N, C. F. Schmidt [PN C.F.S. 2676/7], [ca. 1901]. Transfer. Notated in black ink on 16-stave music manuscript paper by Alberto de Santis, Rome.
Violine: 2-5 (printed, with deletions and one manuscript overpaste), [i] (manuscript), [i] (blank) pp., trimmed to smaller format (310 x 220 mm) and leaves cut up.
Violoncello: Folio (350 x 265 mm.). [i] (title: "J. Pleyel Duo for Violino and Violincello [!Violoncello] op. 30"), [i] (manuscript music), 1-4 (printed, with deletions and blank overpastes), [i] (manuscript), [i] (blank) pp.
With two leaves of 14-stave music paper "GSNY No. 3 Made in Germany," one with an unidentified musical sketch in pencil, unrelated to Pleyel's duo: 7 measures in two-stave score (most probably for violin and violoncello); no key or time signatures, but 3/8 meter and tonality of G major implied; second leaf blank.
Both parts with markup in regular, blue, and red pencil; printed leaves browned and brittle.
Adolfo Betti (1875-1950), an Italian violinist, was first violinist of the Flonzaley Quartet for the duration of its existence, from 1909-1929.
Price: $75.00 other currencies