How can I shop?

Online purchase:

Buy directly from our web-shop via credit/debit card payment. With this method, only publications which we currently have on stock can be purchased.

In-store pickup:

If you prefer not to shop online, you also have the option to order from our website and we will forward your order to one of our partner music shops of your choosing. In this case, you will buy the scores directly from the shop and pay for them there upon pickup.

Your purchase and payment method can be set here.

Copyright information

Please note that it is illegal to photocopy copyright protected music without the permission of the copyright holder.

To photocopy is to deprive the composer/author of his/her rightful income for his/her intellectual property.

Need help?

If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact our sales team

Phone: +36 1 2361-104

Email: info­@­


We think you are from United States. If not, please select your country.
The country setting is indispensable for showing you valid prices and shipping costs.
Thank you!
If you can't close this box, you probably don't have "cookies" enabled in your browser.
Follow these instructions to enable "cookies" in your browser.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but unfortunately the volumes of the New Liszt Edition cannot be ordered directly from our website to the United States due to a distribution agreement. Please contact Theodore Presser Company to order these publications within the U.S.
Price: $31.45 (Excl. VAT)
Online availability: In stock
Store availability: Available to order

Mestrino, Nicola: Tre duetti concertanti per due violini

Op. 3
Edited by Kertész István
Setting: Violins (2)
Series: EMB Urtext
Period: Classic
Length: 78 pages
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 242 g
Published: April 2009
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14663
ISMN: 9790080146637
Nicola Mestrino (1748-1789) was employed for a time in the Esterházy court orchestra, under the direction of Joseph Haydn, later he settled in Paris, and became one of the most celebrated violin virtuosos of the period. He was also a composer, one of his most successful works was this set of three violin duets, which was published in no fewer than four contemporary editions, in Paris, Vienna, Amsterdam and the German city of Offenbach. These four contemporary editions provided the basis for the edition that features in the latest volume in the URTEXT series and has been prepared by István Kertész, leader of the world-famous Festetics Quartet, which plays on period instruments. In these duets consisting of either three or two movements, the two violins have absolutely equal roles.