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    Mozart - Divertimento in D major, K. 136

    14:26

    Divertimento No. 1 in D major, K. 136 (K. 125a), Salzburg Symphony No. 1 (1772)

    1. Allegro [0:00]
    2. Andante [5:34]
    3. Presto [10:44]

    A well-known and high-spirited composition for string quartet or string orchestra by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791).

    Conductor: Florian Heyerick
    Kurpfälzisches Kammerorchester Mannheim

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    NYCP Mozart - Divertimento in D major, K. 136

    12:54

    W. A. Mozart / Divertimento in D major, K. 136

    1. Allegro (00:07)
    2. Andante (04:15)
    3. Presto (10:06)


    New York Classical Players
    Dongmin Kim, conductor

    May 18, 2014
    Broadway Presbyterian Church, New York City


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    W.A. Mozart: «Divertimento» KV 563 / Veronika Eberle / Amihai Grosz / Sol Gabetta

    47:15

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791): «Divertimento» in E-flat major, KV 563 (1788)
    Veronika Eberle, Violin / Amihai Grosz, Viola / Sol Gabetta, Cello

    Allegro (0:03)
    Adagio (09:10)
    Menuetto: Allegretto – Trio (20:46)
    Andante (26:39)
    Menuetto: Allegretto – Trio I – Trio II (34:18)
    Allegro (40:17)

    Filmed at Solsberg Festival 2016


    Producer: Thomas Märki
    Sound: Joël Cormier
    Post Production: Amaury Berger
    Cameras: Yves de Pra, Jonathan Hug

    © HMF Productions

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    Mozart : Divertimento pour cordes K 136

    20:05

    L'Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France interprète le Divertimento K 136 pour cordes en ré majeur de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Enregistré le 7 mars 2016 à l'Auditorium de la Maison de la Radio (Paris).

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    Mozart: Divertimento in F major K. 138 - I. Allegro - Koopman

    5:19

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Divertimento in F major, K. 138
    I. Allegro

    Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra
    Ton Koopman

    Score: Digital Mozart Edition - dme.mozarteum.at

    Playlist for the complete work:


    Divertimento in D major, K. 136 by the same performers:

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    Béla Bartók - Divertimento

    26:23

    Béla Bartók - Divertimento (1939)

    I - Allegro non troppo (0:00)
    II - Molto adagio (08:30)
    III - Allegro assai (18:08)

    Arcos Orchestra
    John-Edward Kelly, Conductor
    Marc Uys, Concertmaster

    Live at the Konzerthaus Vienna on 2 June 2012.
    Published by Boosey & Hawkes
    Licensed by Boosey & Hawkes, New York.
    Posted with permission of Boosey & Hawkes and the Béla Bartók Estate.

    Recording by Jindrich Maßner

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    Bernstein: Divertimento ∙ hr-Sinfonieorchester ∙ Andrés Orozco-Estrada

    18:49

    I. Sennets and Tuckets ∙
    II. Waltz ∙
    III. Mazurka ∙
    IV. Samba ∙
    V. Turkey Trot ∙
    VI. Sphinxes ∙
    VII. Blues ∙
    VIII. In Memoriam – March: »The BSO Forever« ∙

    hr-Sinfonieorchester – Frankfurt Radio Symphony ∙
    Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Dirigent ∙

    hr-Sinfoniekonzert ∙
    Alte Oper Frankfurt, 13. April 2018 ∙

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    Quatuor Ebène : W-A Mozart Divertimento F major KV 138

    11:02

    Allegro
    Andante
    Presto

    Quatuor Ebène :
    Pierre Colombet, violin I
    Gabriel Le Magadure, violin II
    Mathieu Herzog, viola
    Raphaël Merlin, cello

    Wissembourg Festival - August 26th 2013

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    W.A. Mozart - Divertimento for string quintet K138

    18:43

    W.A. Mozart
    Divertimento in F major K138
    Allegro
    Andante
    Presto

    Daniel Rubenstein, violin
    Laurent Houque, violin
    Roland Glassl, viola
    Justus Grimm, cello
    Marta Costa Soares, double-bass

    Live from Glabais Eglise St-Pierre
    September 2014

    This concert was part of the Festival Mozart 2014


    Sound recording : E. Thery

    The Festival Mozart is an International chamber music festival taking place every year in Waterloo (Belgium) since 1995. Mozart is the most performed composer with evening dedicated only to his music, but in thematic evenings, Mozart is also performed with many other composers.

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    Mozart - Divertimento No. 2, K.131

    32:13

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

    Divertimento in D major K.131 (1772)

    I. (Allegro).
    II. Adagio.(5:09)
    III. Menuetto. - Trio I. - Trio II. - Trio III. - Coda. (11:50)
    IV. Allegretto.(17:27)
    V. Menuetto. - Trio I. - Trio II. - Coda. (20:39)
    VI. Adagio. - Allegro molto. - Allegro assai. (24:18)

    The Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner

    As with many of Mozart’s first efforts in big public forms, we don’t know anything about the occasion for which he was writing. The pieces Mozart labeled divertimento, serenade, cassation, and notturno were all written to provide instant gratification, and as with so much of the music from this period, they were performed
    just once, at a public ceremony or high society event, and then forgotten. As a result, many have disappeared without a trace; we are probably lucky this early divertimento has survived at all. (In 1757, the year after Wolfgang was born, his composer father Leopold boasted that he had written more than thirty pieces of serenade music; just one, recently discovered at that, is known today.) It is all the more remarkable that this D major divertimento, which Mozart clearly didn’t expect to live beyond its “premiere,” was written with the finesse, invention, and stylishness he would regularly lavish on operas and big-scale works he hoped might have a life of their own.

    The divertimento K.313 is often said to be the earliest serenade-style work in which Mozart’s distinctive voice emerges. Maynard Solomon, our finest Mozart biographer today, suggests it may have been written to be played at a wedding, since the slow movement has the character of a serenader’s love song. The score holds no other clues about its origins or function; the word “divertimento” written on the autograph score is not even in Mozart’s own hand. It may have well been composed for an important public event, since the scoring calls for four horns, not standard serenade personnel, and Mozart’s writing for them is highly demanding. (Salzburg boasted a very fine horn player, Ignaz Leutgeb, for whom Mozart later wrote his well-known concertos; it is likely he played the first horn part in this work.) The score is a loose collection of six movements. Like many of Mozart’s earliest Salzburg
    entertainments, it doesn’t have the architectural unity of the later symphonies.

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    Haydn: Divertimento for viola and piano

    8:45

    J. Haydn (arr. Gregor Piatigorsky)
    Divertimento
    I. Adagio
    II. Minuet
    III. Allegro di molto

    Nathan Steinberg, viola
    Luwen Chen, piano

    Recital October 1st, 2016
    Mixon Hall, Cleveland Institute of Music

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    Heifetz plays Mozart - Minuet

    3:17

    Transcription/Arrangement by Willy Burmeister

    Violin: Jascha Heifetz
    Piano: Isidor Achron

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    Mozart: Divertimento in B-Flat Major, K. 254 - 1. Allegro assai

    9:08

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    Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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    Mozart - Minuet from Divertimento in D Major No.17, K.334

    4:29

    violin: Alexandros Iakovou
    piano: Vaios Christodoulou

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    W.A. Mozart - Divertimento No.17 in D Major K.334 - Menuetto

    4:53

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

    Divertimento No.17 in D Major
    Menuetto

    Composed in 1779.

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    Bartók: Divertimento for String Orchestra - Amsterdam Sinfonietta led by Candida Thompson - Live HD

    28:10

    Ensemble Amsterdam Sinfonietta, led by violinist Candida Thompson, play the 'Divertimento for String Orchestra' by Hungarian composer Béla Bartók in concert hall TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht. The concert is part of the series AVROTROS Vrijdagconcert.

    Bartók’s ’Divertimento’ is a work for full orchestral strings, commissioned by Paul Sacher, a Swiss conductor and founder of the chamber orchestra Basler Kammerorchester. The term Divertimento stands for a classical work designed for the entertainment of both listeners and performers.

    The musicians:
    Amsterdam Sinfonietta
    Candida Thompson [violin and musical guidance]

    On the musical program:
    Béla Bartók - Divertimento for String Orchestra Sz.113 BB.118

    Recording:
    Friday the 5th of April 2019, during Het AVROTROS Vrijdagconcert in TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

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    Michael Haydn Divertimento in C for Violin, Cello, and Bass

    15:52

    Johann Michael Haydn Divertimento in C, MH 27
    I. Allegro Moderato 0:00
    II. Adagio 5:22
    III. Minuet 10:46
    IV. Finale, Presto 13:07


    Peter Zazofsky, Violin
    Timothy Eddy, Cello
    Alvin Brehm, Bass

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    Béla Bartók - Divertimento for String Orchestra

    24:38

    - Composer: Béla Viktor János Bartók (25 March 1881 -- 26 September 1945)
    - Orchestra: RIAS Symphony Orchestra
    - Conductor: Ferenc Fricsay
    - Year of recording: 1956

    Divertimento for String Orchestra Sz.113, BB.118 is a three-movement work, scored for full orchestral strings, written in 1939.

    00:00 - I. Allegro non troppo
    08:50 - II. Molto Adagio
    17:44 - III. Allegro assai

    This work marks the end of Bartok's European career. It was composed on commission from Paul Sacher, the pioneering conductor who commissioned so much fine music for his string orchestra in Basle, Switzerland. Bartok was then already planning to move to the United States to escape both the gathering war clouds of Europe and the Nazi sympathizing regime of his native Hungary. He had already sent his manuscripts and papers to London, but remained at home because of the terminal illness of his mother. While taking a break from all this he visited Sacher in Switzerland and while there composed this substantial (nearly 25 minute) work in 15 days. His mother died in December; Bartok finished up his personal affairs in Europe, giving his farewell Budapest appearance in October 1940. Meanwhile, the Divertimento had been successfully premiered in June in Basel, Switzerland.

    Audiences were struck with a new clarity and classical approach in Bartok's music, as well as by his returning to a much clearer tonal feeling. This consolidated a trend which actually began a few years earlier. Longer, more attractive melodies (almost always in folk-character) reappear after a decade and a half in which Bartok's music was famous for its harsh sounds, uncompromisingly dissonant harmonies, and tight, motive-driven formal procedures. In this period it is easy to find (and hear) distinct tonality. The work's three movements, for instance, are in F Major, a modal scale based on D, and again in F. Bartok's use of solo strings against the large string group (particularly in the first movement) recalls the concerto grosso form.

    - The opening movement is a suave and gracefully dance-like Allegro non troppo, full of attractive melodies, but also making highly intellectual use of canons, inversions, and other such devices.
    - The Second movement is a remarkable example of Bartok's Night Music, including a frightening central section which seems to suggest some terror of the night.
    - The third movement is even more playful than the first, a bit earthier, and somewhat faster. It even spoofs Bartok's tendency to drop into canons and fugues: what appears to be a full-fledged fugato section dissolves soon after it starts, the music laughs at itself, and comes to a whirling conclusion.

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    1/5 Allegro Mozart Divertimento IV KV439b

    2:12

    W.A Mozart, Divertimeno Nr. 4 für drei Bassetthörner aus KV Anh. 229 (439b)
    Allegro
    Larghetto
    Menuetto
    Adagio
    Allegretto

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    Mozart Piano Trio No. 1 , K. 254 in B-flat Major

    19:51

    Recorded live in Auer Hall at Indiana University on November 6th, 2016

    I. Allegro assai 0:24
    II. Adagio 6:45
    III. Rondo. Tempo di menuetto 12:26

    Sean Cavanaugh, piano
    Nathaniel Shapiro, violin
    Kelly Knox, cello

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    Divertimento - Oliver Waespi door Koninklijke Harmonie van Peer

    15:52

    VLAMO OPEN Harmoniekampioenschap 2015 - VLOH
    15 maart 2015 in CC Zwaneberg, Heist-op-den-Berg (België).

    VLAMO OPEN Championships for Wind Orchestras - VLOH
    March 15th 2015 in CC Zwaneberg, Heist-op-den-Berg (Belgium).

    Koninklijke Harmonie van Peer o.l.v. Ivan Meylemans
    Keuzewerk/Own Choice Piece: Divertimento - Oliver Waespi

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    Mozart : Divertimento In D Major K 136 Allegro

    4:00

    Title : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,Divertimento In D Major K 136 Allegro

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    Mozart: Trio Divertimento for Violin, Viola, and Cello in E flat

    49:32

    New England Conservatory faculty Soovin Kim (Violin), Marcus Thompson (Viola), and Laurence Lesser (Cello) perform Mozart's Trio Divertimento for Violin, Viola, and Cello in E flat during First Monday at Jordan Hall. Recorded live October 2, 2017.

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    Recorded Live at Jordan Hall on October 2nd, 2017

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    Mozart Divertimento N.2 K229 Ebony Trio

    13:30

    Esecuzione del Divertimento N. 2 K229 di Mozart in ocasione di MITO Settembre Musica 2011 alla Villa Tesoriera di Torino. Ebony Trio sono Francesco Barbieri, Ettore Guadagni e Francesco Mori.

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    W.A.Mozart: Divertimento n.º 17, KV 334 conducted by Karajan and BPO

    48:01

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Divertimento n.º 17, KV 334 in D major

    I. Allegro (00:00)
    II. Andante (07:11)
    III. Menuetto (16:03)
    IV. Adagio (21:27)
    V. Menuetto - Trio I - Menuetto - Trio II - Menuetto (28:19)
    VI. Rondo (Allegro) (37:07)

    Herbert von Karajan
    Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

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    NYCP Mozart - Divertimento in B-flat Major, K. 137

    11:21

    W. A. MOZART / Divertimento in B-flat Major, K. 137

    1. Andante (00:12)
    2. Allegro di molto (06:12)
    3. Allegro assai (08:45)


    New York Classical Players
    Dongmin Kim, conductor

    September 27, 2015
    Church of the Heavenly Rest, New York, NY



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    Mozart / Divertimento in D major, K. 136

    11:37

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

    Divertimento in D major for string quartet, K. 136/125a (1772)

    00:00 - Allegro
    04:14 - Andante
    08:53 - Presto

    Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Chamber Ensemble (1984)

    The Divertimento in D major, K. 136, for two violins, viola, and bass, belongs to a series of three similar pieces which the young Mozart wrote in Salzburg early in 1772. The description which appears on the manuscript is inappropriate, since a minuet, which is missing in this case, should always appear in a divertimento. What we have here is more like an Italian sinfonia with the traditional fast - slow - fast sequence of movements. We may thus speculate that Mozart, before his last journey to Italy, composed the piece as 'reserve material' for Milan, where he was to write and produce his opera 'Lucio Silla' at the end of 1772.

    In the first movement, the first violin is allowed to assume the role of 'prima donna', occasionally playing a duet with the second. The tender, melodic 'Andante' is followed by a finale in sonata form, of which the main theme is a variation of the theme of the first movement. In the development section the young composer tries his hand at the art of counterpoint. - Anthony Whitehurst

    Painting:Vase of Flowers [detail], Jan Davidsz de Heem

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    Mozart - Divertimento in B Flat Major K 137

    12:06

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Divertimento in B Flat Major K 137 (Salzburg Symphony No. 2)

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    Mozart - Divertimento in D major, K. 136

    11:41

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Divertimento in D major, K. 136

    00:00 - I. Allegro
    04:20 - II. Andante
    09:16 - III. Presto

    Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Herbert von Karajan, recorded in August 1967.

    From the album Mozart - Divertimenti (Deutsche Grammophon, 2005)

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    Mozart: Divertimento in D major, K. 136 - III. Presto, Conductor: Seiji Ozawa

    3:03

    莫札特 D大調嬉遊曲《第一號薩爾茲堡交響曲》
    Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
    Divertimento in D major, K. 136, Salzburg Symphony No. 1
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    1. » I. Allegro
    2. » II. Andante
    3. » III. Presto

    Conductor: Seiji Ozawa
    指揮: 小澤征爾

    Mito Chamber Orchestra
    水戶室內管弦樂團

    1990.4.8

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    NYCP Mozart - Divertimento in F major, K. 138

    15:32

    W. A. Mozart / Divertimento in F major, K. 138

    1. Allegro (00:06)
    2. Andante (05:59)
    3. Presto (12:42)


    New York Classical Players
    Dongmin Kim, conductor

    May 12, 2019
    West Side Presbyterian Church, Ridgewood, NJ


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    Mozart: Divertimento in D Major, K. 251 | Classical Music

    21:31

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    Mozart - Divertimento N.1 KV349a

    12:26

    Esecuzione del Divertimento N. 1 KV349A di Mozart in occasione di MITO Settembre Musica 2012 al Teatro Vittoria di Torino. Ebony Trio sono Francesco Barbieri, Ettore Guadagni e Francesco Mori.

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    Leo Weiner

    10:58

    I. A richly done czardas
    II. Fox Dance
    III. Waltz of Marosszek
    IV. Verbunkos
    V. Stamping dance.
    Performed by the Budapest Strings conducted by Karoly Botvay.

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    K. 334 Mozart Divertimento No. 17 in D major, III Menuetto

    4:32

    K. 334 Mozart Divertimento No. 17 in D major, III Menuetto

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    Mozart / Divertimento in D major, K. 131

    32:21

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

    Divertimento in D major, K. 131 (1772)

    00:00 - Allegro
    05:14 - Adagio
    11:54 - Menuetto
    17:29 - Allegretto
    20:40 - Menuetto
    24:19 - Adagio - Allegro molto - Allegro assai

    Performed by Neville Marriner and the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields (1987).

    The Divertimento in D, K. 131, written in Salzburg in the summer of 1772, is an ambitious work, both in scaling and structure. Two violins, two violas, and bass are contrasted with a concertante group of flute, oboe, bassoon, and four horns. The richness of the tone color is unusual. One senses the young Mozart's delight in experimenting with sound. In the use of the horns, confined to the natural notes, he shows rare imagination. The concertante element is at once revealed in the first sonata-'allegro', which begins with a unison motto. The subsidiary thematic group is ruled by the woodwinds, led by the flute. This concertante element reaches its peak in the two minuets (movements 3 and 5). The first of these, reserved for the strings, is attended by no less than three trios: a horn quartet, a woodwind trio in G major with virtuoso triplets for the flute, and a dialogue in D minor between horns and woodwind. Matters are reversed in the second minuet: here, the main section is for the horns, while the two trios offer dialogues between strings and flute (trio 1) and between strings and oboe (trio 2). The dancing, bouncing 'Allegretto' (no. 4) for strings and woodwind, has concertante interpolations throughout. At the start of the finale (movement 6) the horns introduce, surprisingly, an 'Adagio-Chorale'; toward the end they are joined by the woodwinds. The strings then open the 'Allegro molto' in sprightly, rushing quavers. The tutti joins in and the whole blossoms into a brilliant interplay of all the groups. Each group has its moment of solo brilliance, and there is a sizeable development section in the middle. The coda switches quite suddenly to an amiable 3/4 time, before reaching an exuberant, whirlwind finish. Just one movement rejects concertante wit and brilliance: the A major 'Andante' (movement 2) for strings alone. A sensitive, wide-ranging violin melody unfolds above a simple harmonic foundation. The turn to the minor key at the start of the second section is startlingly beautiful. This is music which seems to have forgotten social convention. - Miriam Verhey-Lewis

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    Mozart: Divertimento in D major, K. 136 - I. Allegro - Koopman

    6:07

    Mozart: Divertimento in D major, K. 136
    I. Allegro

    Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra
    Ton Koopman

    Score:

    Mozart: Divertimento K. 136 - the complete work:

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    Mozart: Divertimento K.136 / Muti Wiener Philharmoniker

    19:50

    S-VHS → PC
    1st [0:36] 2nd [7:00] 3rd [14:37]

    Riccardo Muti
    Wiener Philharmoniker

    1991.7.28 Live

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    Gareth Walters, Divertimento for strings

    15:48

    Gareth Walters, Divertimento for strings

    1. Allegro vivace
    2. Lento cantabile
    3. Presto
    4. Largo
    5. Allegro giocoso

    Manitoba Chamber Orchestra
    Roy Goodman, conductor

    Gareth Walters (27 December 1928 – 31 May 2012) was a British composer, teacher and producer.
    Gareth Walters was born on 27 December 1928 in Swansea, South Wales, and completed his early education there. As a schoolboy he began to compose, and he received early encouragement from the famous British composer, conductor and pianist Benjamin Britten, who was a frequent guest at his family home. The composer's visits were related to his preparations for the first recording of A Ceremony of Carols, for which Walters's father, the conductor Irwyn Ranald Walters, had suggested a local boys’ choir in Morriston.

    In 1949 Gareth Walters entered the Royal Academy of Music in London, and after three years he was awarded a Royal College of Music scholarship to the Conservatoire National in Paris, where he continued his studies with Jean Rivier and Olivier Messiaen in the early 1950s, inheriting a formal elegance that was characteristic of his music ever afterwards. Walters then travelled to Italy to study at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena. While on his second period of study there in 1954, he received the offer of a teaching post in the Junior Exhibitioner section of the Royal Academy of Music in London.

    Gareth Walters returned to Britain to join the teaching staff of the Royal Academy of Music, and, two years later, in 1956, he was appointed as a Producer in the Music Department of the BBC in London. Among his pupils were Malcolm Singer, Mervyn Cooke, David Knotts and Martin Anderson. He held both appointments for much of his professional life until 1988. Afterwards, as well as composition, his activities included extended periods of examining (for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) and organising various concert series, including the annual Gower Festival near Swansea.

    Walters died on 31 May 2012 at Kingston in Surrey.

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    Joseph Haydn - Divertimento for cello in D major - Stéphane Tétreault

    11:58

    JOSEPH HAYDN (1732 -- 1809)
    Divertimento pour violoncelle et orchestre à cordes en ré majeur /
    Divertimento for cello and string orchestra in D major
    Adagio / Minuet & Trio 5:21 / Allegro di molto 8:35
    Arr. Yuli Turovsky

    Stéphane Tétreault, chef d'orchestre - violoncelle / conductor - cello
    Orchestre Nouvelle Génération

    Décembre / December 2012
    Salle Claude-Champagne
    Montreal QC

    Producer / Réalisateur: Alain Tétreault
    Captation vidéo : Roger Marchand (Rogiciel Pro-Vision)

    -------------------------
    Saint-Saëns & Tchaikovsky


    Haydn, Schubert & Brahms


    Milot-Bareil-Tétreault
    Trios for Violin, Cello and Harp / Trios pour violon, violoncelle et harpe

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    W.A. Mozart - Divertimento K.136 - 3e mvt - Analyse

    2:43

    W.A. Mozart : Divertimento K.136 (3e mvt : Presto).
    Eléments d'analyse.

    Au programme du bac musique 2016 et 2017
    Plus d'infos :

    Interprétation : Academy of St Martin-in-the Fields Chamber Orchestra.

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    モーツァルト・ディヴェルティメント曲集・Mozart Divertimento Works Collection(長時間作業用BGM・CLASSIC)

    2:35:40

    モーツァルトディヴェルティメント曲集です。
    長時間作業用BGMです。

    This is Mozart Divertimento Works Collection, and BGM for a long time work,study.

    <収録曲:Track List>

    ディヴェルティメント第17番ニ長調 K.334(320b)
    Divertimento No. 17 in D major, K. 334/320b

    ディヴェルティメント第15番変ロ長調 第2ロードゥロン・セレナード K.287(271H)
    Divertimento No. 15 in B-flat major, K. 287/271h Lodron No. 2 (Lodronische Nachtmusik)

    ディヴェルティメント第14番変ロ長調 K.270
    Divertimento No. 14 in B-flat major, K. 270

    ディヴェルティメント第12番変ホ長調 K.252(240a)
    Divertimento No. 12 in E-flat major, K. 252/240a

    ディヴェルティメント第9番変ロ長調 K.240
    Divertimento No. 9 in B-flat major, K. 240

    ディヴェルティメント第8番ヘ長調 K.213
    Divertimento No. 8 in F major, K. 213

    ディヴェルティメント第4番変ロ長調 K.186(159b)
    Divertimento No. 4 in B-flat major, K. 186/159b

    ディヴェルティメント第3番変ホ長調 K.166(159d)
    Divertimento No. 3 in E-flat major, K. 166/159d

    ディヴェルティメント第2番ニ長調 K.131
    Divertimento No. 2 in D major, K. 131

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    Yehudi Menuhin and the Moscow Virtuosi - Divertimento in D major, K.136

    13:50

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    Midsummer Mozart Festival Orchestra performs Mozart Divertimento for Oboe-Horn-Strings, K.251

    25:53


    Midsummer Mozart Festival Orchestra Ensemble - George Cleve, music director with Robin Hansen / Adrienne Sengpiehl, violins / Marcel Gemperli, viola / Dawn Foster-Dodson, cello / Tim Spears, bass /Stuart Gronningen / Daniel Wood, horns / Laura Griffiths / Ruth Stuart, oboes perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Divertimento for Oboe-Horn-Strings, K.251
    I. Allegro molto
    II. Menuetto 5:00
    III. Andantino 8:46
    IV. Menuetto 12:47
    V. Rondo 17:06
    VI. Marcia alla francese 22:30
    on Tuesday May 22, 2012 at San Francisco's Noontime Concerts, Old St. Mary's Cathedral, 660 California at Grant Avenue in San Francisco

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    Mozart: Divertimento No. 5 - Radio Blazers Ensemble - Live concert HD

    7:13

    Het Radio Blazers Ensemble speelt live fragmenten uit Mozarts ‘Divertimento nr. 5’ tijdens de finale van de verkiezing van 'De leukste harmonie, fanfare of brassband van Nederland'.

    Uitvoerenden:
    Radio Blazers Ensemble, bestaande uit Hans Wolters [hobo], Frank van den Brink [klarinet] en Jos Lammerse [fagot].

    Het programma:
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Divertimento nr. 5 (fragmenten)

    Opname: 14 juli 2017 - de finaledag van de verkiezing van 'De leukste harmonie, fanfare en brassband van Nederland', in het Muziekcentrum van de Omroep.

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    Mozart, Divertimento In F major K. 138 - I. Allegro

    5:51

    The first movement (Allegro) of W. A. Mozart's , Divertimento In F major, K. 138, performed by A Far Cry, with an animated graphical score.
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    Divertimento in F Major K. 138: III. Presto

    2:18

    Provided to YouTube by Hungaroton

    Divertimento in F Major K. 138: III. Presto · Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart · Frigyes Sándor · Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra

    Mozart: Divertimentos

    ℗ 1972 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1972-08-10

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Mozart K.136 Divertimento in D 3rd mov. Presto

    4:09

    Koopman, ABO [3/3]

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    Mozart Divertimento Nr. 14 KV 270

    12:28

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Divertimento Nr. 14 B-Dur
    KV 270
    Salzburg Januar 177

    siehe

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    Mozart-Divertimento for String Trio in E-Flat Major K. 563

    44:03

    Isaac Stern: violin-Pinchas Zukerman: viola-Leonard Rose: cello-1975-1. Allegro 2. Adagio 3. Menuetto:Allegro;Trio 4. Andante 5. Menuetto:Allegretto; Trio I; Trio II 6. Allegro

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