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  • W.A. Mozart - Chamber Music

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    Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Artists: Ensemble Pyramide, Markus Brönnimann (flute), Barbara Tillmann (oboe), Ulrike Jacoby (violin), Muriel Schweizer (viola), Anita Jehli (cello)

    For many Mozart is more ‘perfector’ than ‘innovator’, a composer who drew on an already extant vocabulary to create some of the greatest works in European culture. In this recording, however, we are introduced to Mozart the ‘trailblazer’: the first composer in history to take wind instruments seriously. Whereas his colleagues were inclined to employ the so-called Harmonie merely to reinforce the general sonority, Mozart took it upon himself to exploit the character of each of these instruments, endowing them with a much more individualistic, distinctive role – as soloists, in the orchestra or in chamber music, the subject of this engaging release.

    Such writing is evident in the Quartet for oboe and strings, a work of wide leaps and brilliant passages that was composed for the Mannheim virtuoso Friedrich Ramm, and the Flute Quartet in D – written for the highly accomplished amateur musician Ferdinand Dejean and in which the principal voice, equipped with pearling runs in the first movement, is treated with great care, displaying nothing of the composer’s supposed aversion to the instrument. Both works are milestones of their respective genres, and they are joined on this recording by three pieces originally composed for mechanical organ (and arranged for this recording by flautist Markus Brönnimann), originally commissioned by Count Deym to be used as accompaniment for a newly erected mausoleum in Vienna. Among these, the Fantasia in F minor K608 stands out as the most intense and dramatic, combining rigorous harmonic invention with memorable melody, polyphonic complexity and compositional virtuosity. Brönnimann’s suggestion as to a possible comparison with the works of the American-born composer Conlon Nancarrow, as mentioned in the booklet note, reveals just how forwardthinking this music was for its time.

    At hand to perform these works is Ensemble Pyramide, a group whose diverse repertoire ranges from Baroque to 21st century and whose recital programmes are often based around the juxtaposition between new and old. Based in Zurich and awarded the city’s cultural stipend ‘Werkjahr für Interpretation’ in 2006, its recordings for radio and on CD (which take in labels such as Naxos and Ars Musici) are complemented by an active recording schedule throughout Europe.

    00:00:00 Quartet in F Major, K. 370: I. Allegro
    00:07:03 Quartet in F Major, K. 370: II. Adagio
    00:10:05 Quartet in F Major, K. 370: III. Rondeau. Allegro
    00:14:46 Adagio and Allegro in F Minor K. 594 (Adagio - Allegro - Adagio)
    00:24:54 Andante in F Major, K. 616
    00:32:18 Fantasia in F Minor, K. 608 (Allegro - Andante - Tempo primo)
    00:41:40 Quartet in D Major, K. 285: I. Allegro
    00:48:49 Quartet in D Major, K. 285: II. Adagio
    00:51:41 Quartet in D Major, K. 285: III. Rondeau. Allegretto

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  • W.A. Mozart: String Quintet in G minor, K.516 from Concert 22nd August 2015

    34:38

    Benjamin Bowman, Sini Simonen, Michel Camille, Steven Dann, Ursula Smith at the 17th Esbjerg International Chamber Music Festival 2015. 22nd August at South Denmark's Music Academy, SMKS, Esbjerg EICMF is unique in Denmark as it invites artists to collaborate in new constellations, form new relationships, establish a foundation for exchange and annually act as a host for an international community of artists.

    Esbjerg Kommune. Esbjerg Energi Metropol.

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  • Mozart - String Quartet No.14 in G major K.387 “Spring”

    33:25

    By far the most compelling interpretation of Mozart's string quartets comes from the Mozarteum, Salzburg.

    Hagen Quartet
    Lukas Hagen - violin
    Rainer Schmidt - violin
    Veronika Hagen - viola
    Clemens Hagen - cello

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - String Quartet No. 14 in G major K. 387 Spring
    I. 1:25 Allegro vivace assai
    II. 9:30 Menuetto. Allegro – Trio
    III. 18:10 Andante cantabile
    IV. 25:57 Molto Allegro

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    Were it not for friendly rivalry, our culture would be much the poorer. Artists do not even need to be in daily contact, as Wordsworth and Coleridge were. They can influence and help each other simply through the quality of their work. So it was with Mozart and the Haydns. With the younger brother, Michael, Wolfgang Amadeus was always friendly; but he did not meet the greater of the two, Joseph, until at least 1783 – when his interaction with this master of the symphony and the string quartet was quite advanced – and a burgeoning relationship was cut short by Haydn’s travels and Mozart’s death.

  • W.A.Mozart Eine kleine Nachtmusik Slovak Chamber Orchestra

    20:42

    W.A.Mozart Eine kleine Nachtmusik, Slovak Chamber Orchestra



    1. Serenade. Allegro
    2. Romance. Andante
    3. Minuet. Allegretto
    4. Rondo. Allegro

    Slovak Chamber Orchestra
    Bohdan Warchal Conductor

    Rec.: 1973 by Opus Czechoslovakia

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  • Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A major, K.581 - International Chamber Music Festival - Live concert HD

    30:39

    Annelien van Wauwe, Boris Brovstyn, Nikita Boriso-Glebsky, Lise Berthaud en Maximilian Hornung spelen Mozarts ‘Klarinetkwintet in A, KV 581’ tijdens het Internationaal Kamermuziek Festival Utrecht 2017.

    Uitvoerenden:
    Annelien van Wauwe [klarinet]
    Boris Brovstyn [viool]
    Nikita Boriso-Glebsky [viool]
    Lise Berthaud [altviool]
    Maximilian Hornung [cello]

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Klarinetkwintet in A, KV 581

    Opname: Internationaal Kamermuziek Festival Utrecht, vrijdag 30 juni 2017, in TivoliVredenburg te Utrecht.

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  • W.A.Mozart - String Quartet K 421 in D Minor

    28:50

    Varty Manouelian and Movses Pogossian, violins, Paul Coletti, viola, Clive Greensmith, cello

    DILIJAN CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES
    SEASON X
    Concert 6- April 26, 2015
    Zipper Hall, Los Angeles

    The 10th Anniversary Season of the Dilijan Series ( features a remarkable lineup of universally admired artists of international reputation, such as violinists Ani and Ida Kavafian, violists Kim Kashkashian and Paul Coletti, cellists Clive Greensmith and Antonio Lysy, percussionist Kuniko Kato, soprano Tony Arnold, and clarinetist Michele Zukovsky, among others. In celebration of its anniversary, the Dilijan Series have commissioned ten new works, to be premiered throughout the season. Among the commissioned composers are the established Armenian masters, such as Tigran Mansurian, Ashot Zohrabian, Vache Sharafyan, Artur Avanesov, as well as young talented composers Ashot Kartalyan, Daniel Sedgwick, Aram Hovhannisyan, Kristapor Najarian, and Martin Ulikhanyan. At its December concert, the Dilijan Series will present 100 Years by Serj Tankian, the founder and lead singer of the System of a Down rock group. Written jointly with John Psathas, the piece is dedicated to the centennial commemoration of the Armenian Genocide.

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  • Chamber Music Series Mozart: Oboe Quartet in F Major, K 370

    3:34

    Classical Tahoe Chamber Music Series
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    July 31 - August 15, 2020
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    Incline Village, NV, North Lake Tahoe

    Vivaldi: Concerto for Bassoon and Strings in G Major, RV 492
    Mozart: Oboe Quartet in F Major, K. 370
    Bruch: Selections from Eight Pieces for Clarinet, Viola, and Piano, Op. 83
    Liszt: Transcendental Étude No. 10 in F minor “Appassionata”
    Saint-Saëns: Septet in E-flat Major, Op. 65

    Timothy Dilenschneider, Bass
    Désirée Elsevier, Viola
    Daniel Gilbert, Clarinet
    Laura Hamilton, Viola
    Kristi Helberg, Violin
    Harrison Hollingsworth, Bassoon
    Nathan Hughes, Oboe
    Daniel Khalikov, Violin
    Guy Piddington, Trumpet
    Saeunn Thorsteinsdottir, Cello
    Gilles Vonsattel, Piano
    Sarah Vonsattel, Violin

    The Chamber Music Concert Series will feature performances by Classical Tahoe Musicians with programs organized by Concertmaster Laurie Hamilton. The concerts, which will last 60 minutes without intermission, will be followed by a facilitated “Meet The Musicians” Q and A.

    About Classical Tahoe:
    Each summer, Classical Tahoe brings together America’s leading classical musicians for a three-week festival of orchestra concerts on the campus of Sierra Nevada University in Incline Village, Nev.The Classical Tahoe Orchestra includes virtuoso musicians from orchestras such as the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Seattle Symphony, LA Phil, and others. Highlights include world premieres by Aldo López Gavilán and Chris Brubeck, along with performances of Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Gershwin, Bernstein, Copland and more. Classical Tahoe’s 10-concert series delights audiences with its superb musicians, an intimate pop-up concert pavilion, educational programs, and majestic setting. The Classical Tahoe Music Institute and the Brubeck Jazz Summit engage musicians and audiences of all ages and abilities.

  • Mozart - The 2 Piano Quartets K. 478 & 493

    1:1:20

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791), baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and most influential composer of the classical era.

    Piano Quartet No. 1, in G minor, K. 478 (Oct. 16, 1785)

    I. Allegro
    II. Andante (14:33)
    III. Rondo (Allegro moderato) (21:23)

    Piano Quartet in E-flat major, K. 493 (1786) (29:17)

    I. Allegro (29:17)
    II. Larghetto (43:32)
    III. Allegretto (52:47)

    Beaux Arts Trio

    Menahem Pressler, piano
    Isidore Cohen, violin
    Bernard Greenhouse, violoncello
    and guest: Bruno Giuranna, viola

    Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, K. 478, is considered the first major piece composed for piano quartet in the chamber music repertoire. The piece is scored for violin, viola, cello, and piano.

    Mozart received a commission for three quartets in 1785 from the publisher Franz Anton Hoffmeister. Hoffmeister thought this quartet was too difficult and that the public would not buy it, so he released Mozart from the obligation of completing the set.

    Hofmeister's fear that the work was too difficult for amateurs was borne out by an article in the Journal des Luxus und der Moden published in Weimar in June 1788. The article highly praised Mozart and his work, but expressed dismay over attempts by amateurs to perform it:

    [as performed by amateurs] it could not please: everybody yawned with boredom over the incomprehensible tintamarre of 4 instruments which did not keep together for four bars on end, and whose senseless concentus never allowed any unity of feeling; but it had to please, it had to be praised! ... what a difference when this much-advertised work of art is performed with the highest degree of accuracy by four skilled musicians who have studied it carefully.
    The assessment accords with a view widely held of Mozart in his own lifetime, that of a greatly talented composer who wrote very difficult music.

    At the time the piece was written, the harpsichord was still widely used. Although the piece was originally published with the title Quatuor pour le Clavecin ou Forte Piano, Violon, Tallie [sic] et Basse, stylistic evidence suggests Mozart intended the piano part for the 'Viennese' fortepiano of the period and that, according to Basil Smallman, our modern piano is a perfectly acceptable alternative.

    Piano Quartet No. 2 in E-flat major, K. 493, was written nine months after Franz Anton Hoffmeister released Mozart from the obligation of writing three piano quartets, completing it on June 3, 1786

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 4 Horn Concertos, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

    54:58

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)

    4 Horn Concertos

    Concerto No. 1 D-major KV 412 (386b)

    1. Allegro
    2. Rondo. Allegro

    Concerto No. 2 E-flat major KV 417

    1. Allegro maestoso
    2. Andante
    3. Rondo

    Concerto No. 3 E-flat major KV 447

    1. Allegro
    2. Romance. Larghetto
    3. Allegro

    Concerto No. 4 E-flat major KV 495

    1. Allegro moderato
    2. Romanza. Andante
    3. Rondo. Allegro vivace

    David Jolley, horn (No. 1 & 4)
    William Purvis, horn (No. 2 & 3)
    Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

    A digital DG recording

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  • W. A. Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in g minor, K. 550, I. Molto allegro

    7:35

    Norwegian Chamber Orchestra
    Terje Tønnesen, leader

  • W. A. Mozart: Oboe Quartet KV 370

    14:32

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Oboe Quartet in F-Major, KV 370
    Alexei Ogrintchouk, Oboe | Baiba Skride, Violine | Veronika Hagen, Viola | Sol Gabetta, Cello

    I. Allegro (0:00)
    II. Adagio (6:30)
    III. Rondo. Allegro (10:00)

    Filmed @ Solsberg Festival 2017



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  • Saint-Saëns: Chamber Music

    1:6:54

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    Composer: Camille Saint-Saëns
    Artists: Soloists of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia Rome, Akanè Makita (piano), Andrea Oliva (flute), Francesco Bossone (bassoon), Stefano Novelli (clarinet), Francesco Di Rosa (oboe), Alessio Allegrini (horn)

    The wind instrumentalists here are members of Rome’s main orchestra, attached to the Accademia nazionale di Santa Cecilia, and their previous disc on Brilliant Classics with Akanè Makita, of chamber music by Henri Dutilleux (BC94738) won recognition both for the original combination of repertoire and the stylish performances: ‘Francesco Bossone and Akanè Makita do the work proud, playing with real character and in excellent balance with each other’ (Musicweb International).

    Here they turn to the instant charms of the chamber music by Camille Saint-Saëns, centred around the three sonatas for oboe, clarinet and bassoon. All written within the year 1921, they are the work of a composer who was born 10 years after the death of Beethoven and whose lifetime overlapped with the dawn of jazz in Europe. Little wonder, then, that such pieces embody a remarkable synthesis of styles, to the extent that they hardly seem to be by the same composer as the highly embellished chamber music for strings or the grand statements of the symphonies. They do, however, retain a sense of dramatic dialogue that runs through the composer’s output, for Saint-Saëns was always a theatrical composer even when not writing for the stage. The constant stream of melodies speak of a master of refined simplicity and unfailingly elegant lightness of spirit.

    The two Romances for horn and piano date from much earlier in the composer’s prolific career (1874 and 1885); they proceed not in the compressed version of sonata-form belonging to the later works, but in narrative sections which range from sweetly nostalgic to the turbulent or heroic. Rounding off this irresistible collection is the Op.79 Caprice on Russian and Danish Airs for flute, oboe, clarinet and piano: here is the cheerful Saint-Saëns of the Carnival of the Animals, running through folk tunes and their transformations with balletic grace and fluidity, underpinned by a brilliant, impetuous piano part that shows what a virtuoso this multi-talented composer was in his own right.

    00:00:00 Bassoon Sonata in G Major, Op. 168: I. Allegretto moderato
    00:02:52 Bassoon Sonata in G Major, Op. 168: II. Allegro scherzando
    00:06:40 Bassoon Sonata in G Major, Op. 168: III. Molto adagio - Allegro moderato
    00:12:42 Romance, Op. 67: Adagio
    00:22:11 Oboe Sonata in D Major, Op. 166: I. Andantino
    00:25:26 Oboe Sonata in D Major, Op. 166: II. Allegretto
    00:30:15 Oboe Sonata in D Major, Op. 166: III. Molto allegro
    00:32:44 Romance, Op. 37: I. Moderato assai
    00:39:24 Clarinet Sonata in E-Flat Major, Op. 167: I. Allegretto
    00:44:18 Clarinet Sonata in E-Flat Major, Op. 167: II. Allegro animato
    00:46:16 Clarinet Sonata in E-Flat Major, Op. 167: III. Lento
    00:50:30 Clarinet Sonata in E-Flat Major, Op. 167: IV. Molto allegro – Allegretto
    00:55:56 Caprice sur des airs danois et Russes, Op. 79: I. Poco allegro

  • Mozart Divertimento in D major KV 136 / Mozart Chamber Orchestra - Horst Sohm · Live

    13:28

    W. A. Mozart - Divertimento in D major KV. 136 - Live in Concert
    Mozart Chamber Orchestra - Horst Sohm, conductor
    Allegro - 00:00
    Andante - 05:54
    Presto - 09:40

    Live in Germany - Haus am Stadsee - Bad Waldsee 2019
    Veranstalter: Vincera Klinik Bad Waldsee.

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    Jacek Dominiczak - concertmaster
    Irena Narębska
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    II Violin:
    Eliza Czepiel
    Maryia Traihel
    Sofia Marchak
    Viola:
    Karol Piechowiak
    Leik Shah Bukhari
    Cello:
    Jan Zygmunt
    Laura Chomiczewska
    Double Bass:
    Piotr Kochel
    Dirigent:
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  • Mozart: Symphony No. 25 in G minor -- Takács-Nagy, Weinberger Chamber Orchestra

    23:24

    Weinberger Chamber Orchestra, Gábor Takács-Nagy
    live at Zurich Tonhalle, 31st of January 2016


  • Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, I. Allegro | New Century Chamber Orchestra

    5:39

    The New Century Chamber Orchestra and Music Director Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg perform the first movement from Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Learn more about New Century at

    May 14, 2009
    First Congregational Church, Berkeley
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
    Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Serenade in G, K. 525
    Movement I. Allegro

    Rapt Productions

  • Mozart: Piano concerto No.21 - Philharmonie Berlin, Chamber Music Hall

    28:43

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 21 C-Dur KV 467

    Lineup:
    GERMAN NATIONAL ORCHESTRA
    RIMMA SUSHANSKAYA | conductor
    ALEXEY BOTVINOV | piano

    EVENT:
    THE NEW YEAR’S CONCERT | W.A. MOZART
    January 02, 2019
    PHILHARMONIE BERLIN (CHAMBER MUSIC HALL)

  • Mozart / Serenade for 13 Winds in B-flat major, K. 361 Gran Partita

    50:32

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

    Serenade No. 10 for 13 Winds in B-flat major, K 361/370a Gran Partita (1781-82)

    00:00 - Largo. Allegro molto
    09:14 - Menuetto - Trio I - Trio II
    19:31 - Adagio
    25:02 - Menuetto. Allegretto - Trio I - Trio II
    30:24 - Romanze. Adagio - Allegretto - Adagio
    37:45 - Thema mit Variationen
    47:18 - Rondo. Allegro molto

    List of Performers:
    Oboe - Stephen Taylor (principal) & Melanie Field
    Clarinet - William Blount (principal) & Daniel Olsen
    Bassett Horn - Gary Koch (principal) & Mitchell Weiss
    Horn - Stewart Rose (principal), Scott Temple, William Purvis, and Russell Rizner
    Bassoon - Dennis Godburn (principal) & Marc Goldberg
    String Bass - John Feeney

    Performed by members of the Orchestra of St. Luke's under the direction of Sir Charles Mackerras. Recorded by Telarc in 1994.

    The Serenade in B-flat major for 13 wind-instruments, K. 361, is far from an arrangement. Mozart had begun it in Munich at the beginning of 1781, at the time of the performance of Idomeneo, and completed it in Vienna, at the time of his most strenuous efforts to escape from the bonds of Salzburg. In composing it he probably had in mind the excellent wind-players of Munich, as well as the intention of once more trying to insinuate himself into the favor of Carl Theodor by means of an extraordinary piece. We have no evidence that the 13 players ever actually came together in Vienna; there exists an arrangement of this work for the four customary pairs of winds (K. Anh. 182), which may very well have been Mozart's own idea. The contra-bassoon is not named in the autograph: Mozart calls for a double bass. But this in no way contradicts the 'open-air' character of the extraordinary work, which, in any case, rises above any question of purpose into ideal regions. Whether the title Gran Partita, which perhaps hints at performance in the open, was affixed by Mozart himself, is uncertain—the authenticity of the handwriting of this title in the autograph is doubtful.

    The fascination of the work emanates from its sheer sound. There is a continuous alternation between tutti and soli, in which the part of the soli is usually allotted to the two clarinets; a constant reveling in new combinations: a quartet of clarinets and basset horns, a sextet of oboes, basset horns, and bassoons over the supporting double bass; oboe, basset horn, and bassoon in unison, with accompaniment—a mixture of timbres and transparent clarity at the same time; an 'overlapping' of all the tone-colors, especially in the development section of the first movement. No instrument is treated in true concertante fashion, but each one can, and strives to, distinguish itself; and just as in a buffo finale by Mozart each person is true to his own character, so each instrument here is true to its own character—the oboe to its aptness for cantabile melodies, the bassoon likewise and also, in chattering triplets, to its comic properties. The two pairs of horns furnish the basic tone-color; but the fact that Mozart uses only the first pair in the first slow movement, a Notturno, is an indication of his supreme taste and skill: this is a scene from Romeo under starry skies, a scene in which longing, grief, and love are wrung like a distillation from the beating hearts of the lovers. The counterpart to this lyricism is found in a 'Romance' whose sentimentality is carried towards the point of absurdity by means of an oddly burlesque Allegretto, an 'alternativo.' A third slow movement, an Andantino with variations, has an episodic effect, each variation, however, offering new evidence of mastery. The same is true of the two Minuets, the second Trio of the one being in G minor, and the first Trio of the other in B-flat minor, and all the sections differing in character. A somewhat noisy Rondo forms the conclusion; one might call it a Rondo alla turca, for the theme of which Mozart seems to have recalled the Finale of his youthful four-hand clavier sonata. The Theme and Variations are taken from the Mannheim Flute Quartet K. Anh. 171—if this movement is authentic. But it probably is; very possibly, after the exertion and outpouring of invention of the first five movements, Mozart was willing to permit himself a little relaxation. - Alfred Einstein

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  • W.A. Mozart: Symphony No. 40, K. 550

    30:27

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1792): Symphony No. 40, K. 550 (1788) | Kammerorchester Basel | Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, Conductor

    Mozart sheet music:

    Molto Allegro: 00:06
    Andante: 7:49
    Menuetto. Allegretto: 18:42
    Allegro assai: 22:50

    Film: Thomas Märki
    Sound: Joël Cormier

    22/01/2017 @ KKL Luzern





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  • What is Chamber Music?

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    The term 'chamber' is often used to describe bands of various sizes, from string quartets to medium-sized orchestra. But what does 'chamber music' really mean? And where did it come from?
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  • Mozart Horn Quintet E flat K407 - Whittington Festival

    12:41

    Katy Woolley (horn) Bogdan Bozovic (violin) Mark Holloway and Rosalind Ventris (violas) James Barralet (cello)
    recorded live at Whittington International Chamber Music Festival (Shropshire UK) May 2016
    supported using public funding by Arts Council England

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  • W. A. Mozart - Turkish March / Rachlevsky · Chamber Orchestra Kremlin

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    W.A. Mozart - Turkish March / Misha Rachlevsky • Chamber Orchestra Kremlin

    Recorded at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow in February 2006 at a special performance, celebrating the 1000th concert by the orchestra.

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  • Mozart: Horn Concertos

    1:19:22

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    Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Artists: Herman Jeurissen (horn),Netherlands (Chamber Orchestra),Roy Goodman (conductor)



    About this Album:
    Mozart excelled in all areas of composition, and his horn concertos – despite making up a very modest part of his total output – still reside among the finest achievements in the horn literature. The composer became acquainted with the mellow sonorities of the instrument from an early age, courtesy of his friend Joseph Leutgeb, who had been employed by the Hofkapelle in Salzburg. It was not until the remaining 10 years of his life, however, that Mozart finally set to work on his six concertos for horn.

    Apart from K370b/371, which represents the composer’s first attempt at writing a horn concerto and whose musical content differs markedly from that of the later ones – there are no ‘hunting effects’ in the rondo and the first movement is more declamatory in style than lyrical – it seems that all of the works were composed for Leutgeb, who was often a target of Mozart’s mockery and teasing. Though the numerous points of harmonic, melodic and structural correspondence between the pieces suggest that Mozart did not take this genre especially seriously, the works still delight the listener for their gaiety, lightness of touch and warmth of orchestration. It is therefore a shame that only three of the six pieces remain complete, a resulting combination of more pressing work, lost manuscripts and the composer’s untimely death. Jeurissen, the soloist on this recording and principal horn player of the Residentie Orchestra in The Hague, has taken it upon himself, based on analyses of similar passages in other works by Mozart, to work up all of these fragments into playable, practical versions. The results are laudable, and Jeurissen’s passion for the works is evident from his highly accomplished, charismatic playing. Hungary.

    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Horn Concerto No. 2 in E-Flat Major, KV 417: I. Allegro
    00:06:29 Horn Concerto No. 2 in E-Flat Major, KV 417: II. Andante
    00:09:49 Horn Concerto No. 2 in E-Flat Major, KV 417: III. Rondo: Allegro
    00:13:22 Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-Flat, KV 447: I. Allegro
    00:20:02 Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-Flat, KV 447: II. Romance: Larghetto
    00:23:59 Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-Flat, KV 447: III. Allegro
    00:27:49 Concerto movement in E Major, KV 494a: I. Allegro
    00:36:51 Horn Concerto No. 1 in D Major, KV 412: I. Allegro
    00:41:40 Horn Concerto No. 1 in D Major, KV 412: II. Rondo: Allegro
    00:45:45 Horn Concerto in E-Flat Major, KV 370b/371: I. Allegro
    00:53:06 Horn Concerto in E-Flat Major, KV 370b/371: II. Rondeau: Allegro
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  • W. A. Mozart - Divertimento D-dur K.136 / Rachlevsky · Chamber Orchestra Kremlin

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  • Mozart - Alleluia - Exultate Jubilate - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart K 165 - Chamber Strings - SYO

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    Alleluia from Exultate Jubilate (or Hallelujah Exsultate Jubilate) Allegro K 165 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Performed by Chamber Strings orchestra led by Nick Tester. This arrangement is by Stephen Chin. Live concert filmed in HD with Dolby Stereo Audio. Best viewed full screen in 720p.

    Exsultate, Jubilate K. 165, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was written in 1773. This religious solo motet was composed at the time Mozart was visiting Milan. It was written for the castrato Venanzio Rauzzini, Mozart's favourite for his operas, who had been Cecilio in Lucio Silla the previous year. Mozart made slight revisions around 1780. In modern times, the motet is usually sung by a soprano.

    It is divided into three parts:
    Allegro
    Andante
    Allegro

    The final allegro section is an Alleluia, (hallelujah) a jewel of a piece with its high spirits and its wit ... its music speaks unmistakably of his relaxed high spirits at the time he wrote it and of the elation and confidence that his opera-house success had brought him.

    Although nominally for liturgical use, the motet has many features in common with Mozart's concert arias, such as those drawn from his operas. Mozart also used elements of concerto form in this motet.

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  • Mozart - The Violin Concertos n°1,2,3,4,5,6,7 + Presentation

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    Konzert für Violine und Orchester No.1 B-dur / in B flat / Si bemolle maggiore, K 207
    Allegro moderato (00:00)
    Adagio (07:29)
    Presto (15:38)

    Konzert für Violine und Orchester No.2 D-Dur / in D / Re maggiore, K 211
    Allegro moderato (21:18)
    Andante (29:37)
    Rondeau - Allegro (37:19)

    Konzert für Violine und Orchester No.3 G-dur / in G / Sol maggiore, K 216
    Allegro (42:02)
    Adagio (50:43)
    Rondo - Allegro (59:24)

    Adagio KV 261 für Violine und Orchester E-dur / in E / Mi maggiore (1:05:40)
    Rondo KV 269 für Violine und Orchester B-dur / in B flat / Si bemolle maggiore (1:13:49)
    Rondo KV 373 für Violine und Orchester C-dur / in C / Do maggiore (1:20:00)

    Konzert für Violine und Orchester No.4 D-dur / in D / Re maggiore KV 218
    Allegro (1:25:19)
    Andante cantabile (1:34:55)
    Rondeau - Andante grazioso - Allegro ma non troppo (1:42:05)

    Konzert für Violine und Orchester No.5 A-dur / in A / La maggiore K 219
    Allegro aperto (1:49:24)
    Adagio (1:59:04)
    Rondeau - Tempo di Menuetto - Allegro (2:10:02)

    Konzert für Violine und Orchester No.6 Es-dur / E flat / Mi bemolle maggiore K 268
    Allegro moderato (2:19:11)
    Un poco Adagio (2:30:50)
    Rondo - Allegretto (2:36:59)

    Konzert für Violine und Orchester No.7 D-dur / in D / Re maggiore KV 271i
    Allegro maestoso (2:43:05)
    Andante (2:54:39)
    Rondo - Allegro (3:02:27)

    Violine : Josef Suk
    Prague Chamber Orchestra
    Conductor : Libor Hlaváček
    Recorded in 1972-73

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart était encore un très jeune enfant lorsqu'il reçut ses premières leçons de violon, leçons qui étaient vraisemblablement basées sur la méthode de violon publié en 1756 par son père, Leopold, qui était alors employé comme violoniste au service du prince-archevêque de Salzbourg. Si l'on se fie aux récits de l'époque, le jeune Mozart devait être très compétent sur l'instrument, puisqu'il était, lui aussi , employé comme violoniste dans l'orchestre local pendant ses années à Salzbourg.

    Sa relation particulière avec le violon se retrouve dans les sonates qu'il a écrites au cours de sa vie. Le concerto pour violon, par contre, est un genre qui n'a retenu son attention qu'une seule fois, les cinq contributions à ce médium datant de 1774/75. Il existe cinq concertos officiels. Mais beaucoup de choses restent obscures. Il existe aussi un concerto en mi bémol (K.268), mais son authenticité est sujette à caution, tandis que le concerto en ré (K 271i) ne subsiste que sous la forme d'une transcription tardive faite à Paris au XIXe siècle, dont la forme originale ne peut plus être reconstituée avec certitude.

    Le violoniste virtuose et chef d'orchestre Josef Suk (1929-2011) est un représentant d'une ligne de l'art d'interprétation tchèque du passé. Il a développé l'héritage de ses excellents professeurs, principalement Jaroslav Kocian et son grand-père, le compositeur Josef Suk, qui a longtemps été membre du célèbre Quatuor tchèque. Dès le début de sa carrière de soliste, Suk s'est également intéressé à la musique de chambre, et a été pendant une courte période le premier violon du Quatuor de Prague (1950-52), puis pendant une longue période du Trio Suk, qu'il avait créé en 1951. En 1961, il a été nommé soliste de l'Orchestre philharmonique tchèque.

    Suk a un goût particulier pour l'alto, l'instrument de son arrière-grand-père Antonín Dvořák. En 1981, il est devenu le directeur artistique et le chef d'orchestre de l'Orchestre de chambre Suk. Ses enregistrements ont remporté plusieurs prix, comme par exemple le Grand Prix du disque de l'Académie Charles Cros à Paris à six reprises, en 1972 il a remporté le prix Edison en Hollande, en 1974 le prix Wiener Flötenuhr de la Société Mozart à Vienne, et bien d'autres.

    En 1977, Josef Suk a reçu le Disque d'or de Culumbia, le Disque d'or de Supraphon en 1986 et en 1999, il a reçu le Disque de platine de Supraphon pour 1 112 000 enregistrements vendus. Il a été professeur de violon et a fait partie de nombreux jurys de concours internationaux. Il a également participé aux travaux de fondations telles que la Fondation Dvořák pour les jeunes interprètes à Prague. Il est également président du conseil artistique du Festival international de musique du Printemps de Prague.

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    1. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: I. Allegro (00:00) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
    2. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: II. Romanze - Andante (07:45) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
    3. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: III. Menuetto - Allegretto (12:50) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
    4. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: IV. Rondo - Allegro (14:50) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
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    6. Symphony No 35 in D major, K. 385 (Haffner Symphony): IV. Presto (25:54) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
    7. Symphony No 40 in G minor, KV. 550: I. Molto Allegro (29:53) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
    8. The Magic Flute: Overture (37:29) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
    9. The Marriage of Figaro: Overture (44:41) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
    10. String Quartet No. 23 in F major, K. 590: I. Allegro moderato (49:12) - Accord quartet
    11. String Quartet No. 23 in F major, K. 590: IV. Allegro (58:13) - Accord quartet
    12. String Quartet No. 20 in D major, K. 499: II. Menuetto and Trio. Allegretto (1:03:17) - Accord quartet
    13. Violin Sonata No. 26 in B-flat major, K. 378: III. Rondo. Allegro (1:06:38) - Accord quartet
    14. Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467: II. Andante (1:10:46) - Csabay Domonkos
    15. Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488: I. Allegro (1:16:25) - Csabay Domonkos
    16. Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major, K. 331: III. Alla Turca (1:27:15) - Csabay Domonkos
    17. Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622: II. Adagio (1:29:35) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
    18. Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, K. 216: I. Allegro (1:36:36) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
    19. Flute Concerto No. 2 in D major, K. 314: II. Adagio non troppo (1:46:08) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra
    20. Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-flat major, K. 447: II. Romance. Larghetto (1:51:36) - Budapest Scoring Symphonic Orchestra

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791) was a prolific and influential composer of the classical era.
    Born in Salzburg, Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. Mozart was engaged as a musician at the Salzburg court, but grew restless and traveled in search of a better position. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his early death at the age of 35. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized.

    He composed more than 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence is profound on subsequent Western art music. Ludwig van Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote: posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years.

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  • Mozart: Sinfonia concertante in E flat Major, K 364

    33:24

    The New England Conservatory Chamber Orchestra, coached by Donald Palma performs Mozart's Sinfonia concertante for violin and viola featuring violinist Grace Park and violist Wenting Kang, who, as winners of NEC concerto competitions, perform as soloists. Recorded live April 25, 2012 in Jordan Hall, Boston.
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  • W.A.Mozart: Clarinet Quintet K.581 Kruse,Kovacic,Øllgaard,Dann,Karttunen, Esbjerg Music Festival

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    Mozart Clarinet Quintet A Maj, K.581 John Kruse, Ernst Kovacic, Niels Chr. Øllgaard, Steven Dann, Anssi Karttunen at the 13th Esbjerg International Chamber Music Festival 2011 EICMF is unique in Denmark as it invites artists to collaborate in new constellations, form new relationships, establish a foundation for exchange and annually act as a host for an international community of artists.

  • W. A. Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro Overture K. 492

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    Norwegian Chamber Orchestra
    Arvid Engegård, conductor

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  • Mozart: Serenade No 10 for Winds Gran Partita, III. Adagio | LSO Wind Ensemble

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  • Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 17 in G major, K. 453

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    00:00 - Allegro
    11:28 - Andante
    22:01 - Allegretto -- Presto

    Murray Perahia
    English Chamber Orchestra

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 39, K. 543 • Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra

    31:39



    December 9, 2018
    Rothenberg Hall at The Huntington

    VIOLIN I
    Benjamin Hoffman - principal
    Misha Vayman
    Hua Zhang
    Akane Hinamoto
    Gabriel Maffuz-Anker
    Byungchan Lee

    VIOLIN II
    Ji-Yeon Lee - principal
    April Paik
    Alex Petrin
    Haruka Horii
    Wynton Grant

    VIOLA
    Grace Takeda - principal
    Teddy Schenkman
    Marissa Winship
    Tonya Burton

    CELLO
    Juan-Salvador Carrasco - principal
    Sunrise Kim
    Dustin Seo
    Allan Hon

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    John Meitus - principal
    Daniel Carson

    FLUTE
    Joseph Monticello

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    Benjamin Mitchell - principal
    Yasmina Spiegelberg

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    Nick Akdag - principal
    Doron Laznow

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    Roslyn Black - principal
    Hirofumi Tanaka

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    Nozomi Imamura - principal
    JT Burson

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    Sidney Hopson

  • Mozart-Eine Kleine Nachtmusik -Rondo. Pacific Chamber Music Academy Orchestra

    3:28

    Members of the Pacific Chamber Music Academy (PCMA) perform the Rondo movement of Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music) during the 2018 PCMA Gala Performance.

    Conductor: Dr. Ronald Sat




    Extolled as “an excellent pianist” by the Washington Post, Ronald Sat has performed recitals in notable venues across the US including Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, and Lincoln Center in New York City, John F. Kennedy Center and Nation Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., Candlelight Concert Society in Baltimore, La Jolla Chamber Music Society in San Diego, L’ermitage Foundation in Los Angeles and the George Bush Presidential Library in Texas. His foreign engagements have taken him to the Caribbean, Iceland, Portugal, Switzerland, Hong Kong, and Macau.

    Dr. Sat earned his Doctor of Musical Arts and Artist Diploma from the Cleveland Institute of Music. He also holds his Master of Music from the Eastman School of Music and Bachelor of Music from the University of British Columbia. He had also studied at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Aspen Music Festival and Music Academy of the West.

    Dr. Sat has served on the music faculty at Centenary College of Louisiana, University of Texas Pan American, Young Artists Experience, and the Victoria Conservatory of Music Summer Festival. He has also conducted chamber master classes at Cameron University in Oklahoma and West Chester University in Pennsylvania.

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  • Bach Vivaldi Saint Saens Mozart Monti Morricone - Mozart Chamber Orchestra · Sohm

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    Mozart Chamber Orchestra · Horst Sohm (Dirigent)
    Soloists: Ewa Witczak, cello · Johanna Röhrig, violin
    Live in Bad Waldsee · Haus am Stadtsee (Germany 2018)

    Program:
    00:00 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, BWV 1048
    10:06 Vivaldi Concerto in D minor op. 3 No. 11, RV 565
    20:17 Vivaldi Concerto for Cello & Orchestra in D minor RV 407, Ewa Witczak
    31:25 Saint Saens The Swan for Cello & Orchestra, Ewa Witczak
    34:35 Mozart Salzburger Symphony No. 3, Divertimento F Major
    45:01 Bach Violin Concerto A minor BWV 1041, Johanna Röhrig
    59:12 Monti Czardas Violin & Orchestra, Johanna Röhrig
    1:04:16 Kreisler Präludium and Allegro, Johanna Röhrig
    1:10:12 Morricone Gabriels Oboe on violin, Johanna Röhrig

    Mozart Chamber Orchestra:
    I Violin: Katarzyna Dereszyńska, Magdalena Król, Izabela Pakoca, Aleksandra Śmieja
    II Violin: Zofia Gruszczyńska, Magdalena Lawicka, Karolina Szponar
    Viola: Dominika Prasek, Patrycja Prasek, Patrycja Frank,
    Cello: Ewa Witczak, Bartłomiej Fromm, Justyna Knapczyk
    Double bass: Krzysztof Sypek
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  • Clarion Chamber Ensemble

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    Sonata in D Major KV 245 (Church Sonata).
    David Johnson, co-founder of the Clarion Chamber Ensemble considers this as their signature piece. They have played it in various Baroque concerts-each time with different instrumentation. Why Mozart in a Baroque concert when he is known as a classical composer? It is said that his work was largely influenced by the music of J.S. Bach. Two of his sons were even friends with Mozart. David Johnson describes this association as The Bach Family Business.

    Seen here are the Clarion artists playing the Mozart composition: David Johnson, flute; Jeffrey Solares, violin; Antoni Josef Inacay, cello; Graham Dwyer, harpsichord; and Noel Singcuenco, Bassoon.

    An interesting note: The harpischord seen here is Made in the Philippines
    Clarion Chamber Ensemble-Carrying The Banner of Chamber Music in The Philippines.

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    Divertimento in F major (KV 138) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Salzburg, 27 januari 1756 – Wenen, 5 december 1791) performed by the Dutch Mandolin Chamber Orchestra HET CONSORT concucted by Alex Timmerman. The Divertimento has the following three movements: I. Allegro II. Andante III. Presto.

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 28 in C-Major. K 200

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    Francois Leleux, conductor
    Norwegian Chamber Orchestra

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  • W. A. Mozart - String Quartet in D Major K. 575

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    Movses Pogossian and Varty Manouelian, violins, Paul Coletti, viola, Clive Greensmith, cello

    DILIJAN CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES
    SEASON X
    Concert 6 - April 26, 2015
    Zipper Hall, Los Angeles

    The 10th Anniversary Season of the Dilijan Series ( features a remarkable lineup of universally admired artists of international reputation, such as violinists Ani and Ida Kavafian, violists Kim Kashkashian and Paul Coletti, cellists Clive Greensmith and Antonio Lysy, percussionist Kuniko Kato, soprano Tony Arnold, and clarinetist Michele Zukovsky, among others. In celebration of its anniversary, the Dilijan Series have commissioned ten new works, to be premiered throughout the season. Among the commissioned composers are the established Armenian masters, such as Tigran Mansurian, Ashot Zohrabian, Vache Sharafyan, Artur Avanesov, as well as young talented composers Ashot Kartalyan, Daniel Sedgwick, Aram Hovhannisyan, Kristapor Najarian, and Martin Ulikhanyan. At its December concert, the Dilijan Series will present 100 Years by Serj Tankian, the founder and lead singer of the System of a Down rock group. Written jointly with John Psathas, the piece is dedicated to the centennial commemoration of the Armenian Genocide.

  • Marc Minkowski, Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra - Mozart : Symphony No. 39

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    Excerpt from a live webcast on medici.tv from the 2010 Verbier Festival
    23 July 2010

    directed by Jean-Pierre Loisil

    Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra
    Marc Minkowski, conductor

    Mozart : Symphony No. 39 (excerpt from last movement)

  • MOZART | Clarinet Concerto | Rick Huls | Netherlands Chamber Orchestra

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    Muziek = troost!

    'Mozarts tijd was een tijd van het 'wij''

    Rick Huls, aanvoerder klarinet, over het Klarinetconcert van Mozart, dat dit weekend zou worden gespeeld door het Nederlands Kamerorkest in Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam en in de Philharmonie Haarlem.

  • W.A. Mozart - Symphony No.21, I. Allegro - Horst Sohm & Copernicus Chamber Orchestra

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    Copernicus Chamber Orchestra - Conducted by Horst Sohm,
    W.A Mozart -- Symphonie No.21, I. Allegro
    Live in concert - Tour 2011,

    Violins: Anna Piniuta, Michał Kwaśniak, Marta Rusiniak, Ewa Żołyniak,
    Aleksandra Pilarska Sabina Milewska, Katarzyna Składanek,
    Violas: Magdalena Swiąder, Weronika Maniakowska,
    Violoncellos: Michał Litwa, Joanna Laskowska,
    Bass: Krzysztof Sypek,
    Flutes: Marcin Adamski, Patrycja Siołkowska,
    Bassoon: Dawid Daszkiewicz,
    Horns: Andrzej Sekuła, Katarzyna Sułkowska

    If you are interested in a CD with the same music, then write to: horstsohmmusic@gmail.com
    The CD is called: Highlights of Classical Music (Handel, Albinoni, Mozart, Morricone, Piazzolla)


    Thanks to: Festival de Musica de L´Escala;
    Francesc Bigaró and María Negre (Cámeras, grabación)
    Miguel Pagès (Director del Canal 10 Empordà)

    All rights by: Horst Sohm

  • Chamber Orchestra: A Mozart Mix by W.A. Mozart, arr. J.OReilly

    2:41

    The Elemental Strings Chamber Orchestra performs on our March 22, 2013 concert at the John Adams Middle School Auditorium.
    Please visit for more information about Elemental Music programs.

  • DEBUSSY, SHOSTAKOVICH, MOZART - 1992 Cape & Islands Chamber Music Festival Concert

    1:5:00

    Claude Debussy: Rhapsody for Clarinet and Piano [00:00]
    Jon Manasse, clarinet / Samuel Sanders, piano
    Dmitri Shostakovich: Piano Quintet in G minor, Op. 57 [09:01]
    Samuel Sanders, piano / Boromeo String Quartet
    W. A. Mozart: Quartet in AMajor for Clarinet and Strings, K. 581 [41:09]
    Jon Manasse, clarinet / Boromeo String Quartet

    Boromeo String Quartet
    Nicholas Kitchen, violin
    Ruggero Allifranchini, violin
    En Suk Choi, viola
    Yeesun Kim. cello
    Recorded August 6, 1992 at Thirwood Place,
    South Yarmouth, Massachusetts, USA
    RADIO HOST: Piere Paquin
    AUDIO RECORDING: Verne Coleman

  • Mozart Flute Quartet in D Major - Live at The Chamber Music Society of Detroit

    12:29

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - String Quartet No. 21, K. 575 With score

    23:24

    -Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791)
    -Performers: Alban Berg Quartet

    String Quartet No. 21 in D-Major, K. 575, written in 1789 [Prussian Quartet I]

    00:00 – I. Allegretto
    07:35 – II. Andante
    11:38 – III. Menuetto & Trio. Allegretto
    17:28 – IV. Allegretto

    In the spring of 1789, Mozart, in financial straits and desperately in need of new work, set off on a journey to Germany. After visiting Dresden and Leipzig, he arrived in Potsdam on April 25. The city was at the time the virtual capital of Prussia and the residence of the cello-playing King Frederick William II. The following day a memorandum requesting that one Motzart had requested an audience with the king to lay before him his talents was presented to Frederick William, who referred the request to his director of chamber music, Jean Pierre Duport. What resulted is unfortunately not recorded at the time, but according to later reports supplied by Mozart's widow Constanze the king offered Mozart a post worth 3,000 thaler a year. The composer is said to have expressed concerns about leaving his good Emperor (Joseph II) in Vienna. Whatever the truth of the story, Mozart returned to Vienna with some kind of a commission from Frederick William to compose six new string quartets.

    By June the present D major Quartet had already been completed, but of the remaining quartets only two were composed, and then only after the lapse of a year. Various reasons have been advanced as an explanation as to why Mozart was so slow in producing the Prussian quartets, but one is that the composer had received money upfront from the Prussian king; in a money-begging letter to Puchberg he mentions having the quartets engraved at his own expense. The three Prussian quartets which were completed are notable for the prominence of their cello parts, obviously intended to please the cello-playing king. In the opening Allegretto of K. 575, for instance, it is the cello that is given the task of presenting the second theme, and all three quartets contain many passages in which the cello emerges either as soloist or in dialogue with one of the other instruments. The K. 575 quartet as a whole is notable for its understated, almost secretive mood. The Andante is a deceptively simple movement that showcases the cello as an agent independent of the other instruments, and the Menuetto (Allegretto) is distinguished by a brief eruption of passion at the start of its second half. The concluding Allegretto opens with a theme given to the cello high in its register before proceeding to run a more disturbed course than is apparent in the remainder of the work. As in other works from the last years of Mozart's life, there is a delightful incorporation of counterpoint into a texture of Classical ease, here in the form of an ornate canon. Scholars have also found fragments of an alternate finale in which Mozart seemed to indulge his puckish side.
    [allmusic.com]

  • Hans Keller Online 1 -- Chamber Music, Mozart 1, Part 2 of 2

    9:54

    Musician and writer Hans Keller talks about Mozart string quartets and quintets on BBC radio, including discussion of K.387 and K.516. [Undated].

  • Agnus Dei from Mozart Coronation Mass

    8:08

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Agnus Dei from Coronation Mass in C Major, K317
    モーツァルト「戴冠ミサ」より「アニュス=デイ」

    The Reona Ito Chamber Orchestra & Chorus
    Reona Ito, Music Director & Conductor
    伊藤 玲阿奈 指揮
    Sachie Ueshima, Soprano / Melisa Bonetti, Alto
    Gilad Paz, Tenor / Jorell Williams, Bass

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  • Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Chamber Music Trio for Horn, Violin, Cello and Belly Dancer. Comedy

    4:41

    This was performed by the Goldman Ensemble with Galit Mersand (belly dancer) at the Brighton Fringe Festival May 2009. For more informaition go to Horn: Gavriella Goldman, Cello: Tirzah Goldman, Violin: Ortal Goldman.

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