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Roman Hoffstetter (born 24 April 1742, in Laudenbach, near Bad Mergentheim, Germany; died: 21 May (Baker's) or June (New Grove 2nd) 1815, in Miltenberg-am-Main, Germany; alternative spelling Romanus Hoffstetter) was a classical composer and Benedictine monk who also admired Joseph Haydn almost to the point of imitation. Hoffstetter wrote "everything that flows from Haydn's pen seems to me so beautiful and remains so imprinted on my memory that I cannot prevent myself now and again from imitating something as well as I can."

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Uniform title: Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, op. 3. No. 5; arranged
by Hoffstetter, Roman, 1742-1815
London : Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers, [1963] , ©1963
MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
 
 
Uniform title: Quartets, strings, op. 3. No. 5. Andante cantabile; arranged
by Hoffstetter, Roman, 1742-1815
Melville, N.Y. : Belwin Mills, c1980
 
 
Uniform title: Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, op. 3. No. 5. Andante cantabile; arranged
by Hoffstetter, Roman, 1742-1815
Melbourne : Allan & Co., c1947
 
 
Uniform title: Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, op. 3. No. 5. Andante cantabile; arranged
by Hoffstetter, Roman, 1742-1815
Sydney : W.H. Paling, c1951
 
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