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Reviews of Steglein Publications

Listed in reverse chronological order

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Strings, No. 144, December 2006, pp. 93–94: Review by Sarah Freiberg of The Early String Quartet, Vol. 4, Ignaz Pleyel, Six String Quartets, Op. 1.

"The Steglein parts are clear and easy to read…"

The full review, reproduced by kind permission of Strings Magazine, can be read by following this link.

ECM cover Eighteenth-Century Music, Vol. 3, Issue 2, September 2006, pp. 348–350: Review by Simon McVeigh of The Early String Quartet, Vol. 1, Giovanni Battista Viotti, Six String Quartets, Op. 1.

"The score is handsomely presented and it is a relief to find the critical report so generously laid out with notated rhythms rather than their more economical text equivalents…"

The full review, reproduced by kind permission of Cambridge University Press, can be read by following this link.

M&L cover Music & Letters, Vol. 87, No. 3, August 2006, pp. 500–503: Review by Sterling Murray of The Early String Quartet, Vol. 3, Adalbert Gyrowetz, Three String Quartets, Op. 44.

"In short, this edition is a model of what conscientious editorial investigation should be and a most welcome addition to our knowledge of the music of an important composer of his period…"

Further extracts from the full review can be read by following this link.

Notes, Vol. 62, Issue 3, March 2006, pp. 806–809: Review by Michael Talbot of Johann Joachim Quantz, Six Flute Quartets, and other chamber music by Quantz.

"The quartets … represent Quantz at his very best without qualification…"

An extended extract from the review, reproduced by kind permission of The Music Library Association, can be read by following this link.

ECM cover Eighteenth-Century Music, Vol. 2, Issue 2, September 2005, pp. 349–351: Review by Elisabeth LeGuin of The Early String Quartet, Vol. 2, Luigi Boccherini, Six String Quartets, Op. 32.

"[The] excursus on 'Sources and Editorial Method' is a genuine pleasure to read for the way it integrates the pragmatic and experiential into editorial policy…"

The full review, reproduced by kind permission of Cambridge University Press, can be read by following this link.

EM33 cover Early Music, Vol 33, No. 2, May 2005: Review by Duncan Druce of The Early String Quartet, Vols. 1–3 and Johann Joachim Quantz, Six Flute Quartets.

"Steglein has produced these volumes in fine style…"

The full review, reproduced by kind permission of Oxford University Press, can be read by following this link.

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