The String Quartet no. 10 in E flat major, D. 87, is one of Schubert's earliest works. It was written in 1813, after he left the Royal College, when he was 16. It is one of the most mature pieces of his adolescence, and it has been suggested that Salieri had a great influence on it (as Schubert admired him and took lessons with him). The quartet was first performed in 1813 at Schubert's home, and published posthumously, in 1830, under the Op. number 125/1.
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