C H A M B E R  M U S I C
STRING QUARTET IN C MINOR (1861/62)
 First printed edition by Leopold Nowak (1955)
B 13/1-STPStudy score (revised edition 1999)
ISMN 979-0-50025-212-2
B 13/1-STIParts ISMN 979-0-50025-071-5
B 13/1-RVBCritical report by Leopold Nowak (1956)
ISBN 978-3-900270-87-2 / ISMN 979-0-50025-100-2
STRING QUINTET IN F MAJOR / INTERMEZZO IN D MINOR (1878/79)
  for two violins, two violas, and violoncello (43', 8')
Revised edition by Gerold G. Gruber (2007)
B 13/2-STP Study score (revised edition 1996) ISMN 979-0-50025-264-1
B 13/2-STI Parts ISMN 979-0-50025-265-8
B 13/2-RVB Critical Report by Gerold W. Gruber
ISBN 978-3 900270-75-9 / ISMN 979-0-50025-256-6 in preparation
Although the years 1876 to 1879 saw Bruckner mainly occupied in revising his symphonies, his only genuine work of chamber music also dates from this period. Bruckner composed the Intermezzo because Josef Hellmesberger found the Scherzo too difficult.