Josef Suk's piano quartet (1874-1935) quickly became a standard work,
not least as a result of the extensive concerts given by the Bohemian
Quartet, in which Suk was second violinist. This is however the first
scholarly-critical edition of this work. It is based largely on a
revision of the first edition which contains Suk's alterations of 1914
and appeared in 1924, on the first copy as well as on newly discovered
copies of the parts. Valuable information has also been extracted from
the printed parts as the original copies are now no longer extant.
Includes parts for violin, viola, cello, and piano.