The Second Piano Quartet in E-flat Major op. 87 was composed during the
summer of 1889 during a torrent of creativity. The quartet can
be described by its characteristic carefree tone and its clear
nationalistic coloring. The primary source for the publication was the
first edition (1890). Includes a set of parts.
The second Piano Trio in G minor op. 26 (1876) represents a conception
of the form typical of the composer. At the same time, it documents the
transition from his experimental phase to the emergence of his
characteristic style which partly involved the return to definite form
and thematic clarity. The main source for this present edition was the
first printed edition (1880).