Three sets bound together:
[W. IV, 1-6]. Six Duos Concertans Pour deux Violons ... Op. 1er. [Parts]
Paris: Mme. Joly [PN 112], [1825-9]
Violino primo: 27 pp.; Violino secondo: 27 pp. Engraved. Publisher's handstamp to foot of title of Violino primo part. Hole to final three leaves of Violino secondo part.
A later edition. White IV:1-6. Giazotto 1-6. Devriès-Lesure II, p. 241. RISM VV 1966c
[W. IV, 19-24]. Six Duos Concertans Pour deux Violons ... Op: 5. Nouvelle Edition. [Parts]
Paris: Mme. Joly [PNs 142, 148], [1825-29]
Violino 1o: 15, 17 pp. Violino 2o: 15, 17 pp. Engraved. Publisher's handstamp to lower right corner of title of Violino primo part. Quartets numbered continuously through both volumes.
A later edition. White IV:19-24. Giazotto 106-111. Devriès-Lesure II, p. 241. Not in RISM.
[W. IV, 34-36]. Six Sérénades en Duos Concertants Pour deux Violons ... Œuv: 23. 3e Livre.  [Parts]
Paris: Janet et Cotelle [PN 856], [after 1824]
Violino 1o: 15 pp.; Violino 2o: 15 pp. Engraved. Imprint gives address as "Rue St. Honoré , No. 123, Hôtel d'Aligre" with engraved addition in different font, "et Rue de Richelieu, No. 92." Publisher's handstamp to foot of title of Violino primo part. Works numbered 1 to 3. Violino 1o part, pp. 13-14, cut to smaller size and guarded.
A reprint of Imbault's 1807 edition. White IV: 34-36. Giazotto 148-150. Devriès-Lesure II, p. 236. Not in RISM.
Early owner's signature "Emmanuel Soleville" to foot of upper wrappers.
Some soiling, dampstaining, stains, and smudging; binder's holes to Violino 2o part; spines mostly lacking; some professional paper repairs.
Uncut copies of all three works. "Emerging from the Italian violin tradition, Viotti's works became a symbol and model for the French music of his time. The composer succeeded in combining the most virtuosic elements of violin technique with a unique, specifically instrumental cantabile." Massimiliano Sala in MGG2. (Inventory #: 26053)