1842 · Vienne
Fingering in pencil to Violoncello part; measure numbers added in pencil in a modern hand throughout.
Some wear and soiling, especially to edges; Pianoforte part frayed at spine, with repairs to title and final leaf and black stain to p. 6; small stains to final blank of Violino part. First Edition, later issue. WorldCat (3 copies only in the U.S., at the Eastman School of Music, the University of California, Berkeley, and Duke). The first edition was published in 1823 under the imprint of S. A. Steiner (see Weinmann: Senefelder-Steiner-Haslinger 1, p. 212). Tentatively dated according to imprint; the Tobias (or "Tobie") Haslinger imprint was used from 1826 to 1842.
"Mayseder was a highly esteemed, popular figure in the music life of Vienna... As a virtuoso violinist and violin teacher he occupied a central position... His piano trios are quite ambitious chamber music, sometimes with a virtuosic piano part in the manner of Hummel." Ludwig Finscher in MGG2. (Inventory #: 25763)