Orchestre de Paris - D. Concert d'ouverture de la saison Choeur de l'Orchestre de Paris - L. Sow, chef de choeur Cecilia Bartoli - Georg Fisher, piano David Bismuth, piano Avec la garde montante: Vincent Larderet, piano Ferrand raconte sur Radio Classique: Rimma Bobritskaya, piano Bienvenue aux Montalbanaises et Montalbanais! The second movement opens with a catchy theme voiced by the first violin.
Each of the six variations that follow has its own character -- the third features the horns, the sixth is full of fast fiddling over legato horns -- but all are cast in the same elegant 'Andante grazioso' of the theme's first statement. There's a little joke here, though: My name is Hans, and I haven't a care in the world.
The 'Adagio,' for strings only, is full of lyricism and gentle longing. This extended section is the heart of the work.
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The second minuet moves away from the sorrowing mood of the 'Adagio,' but hardly prepares us for the witty finale. Marked 'Andante -- Allegro molto,' the last section opens with portentous chords and a lugubrious recitative for the solo violin. Suddenly the fiddle reverses its field and launches into a sprightly tune that Mozart's listeners recognized as a folk song called 'The farmer's wife has lost the cat.
The 'Allegro' comes to a brilliant end -- after a sly reprise of the somber opening recitative -- with the farmer's wife still looking for her cat. Berlin Klosterstrasse, Eduard Gaertner. Mozart Piano Concerto No. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Allegretto — Trio Gavotte in F major composed by Leopold Mozart 0: Andantino in G major 1: Presto in D major 3: Gavotte in F major composed by Leopold Mozart 4: Wiener Mozart Ensemble, conducted by Wili Boskovsky. It exists in two different versions: The revision was probably made because there were no clarinetists in Salzburg at the time.
The alternate title 'Concerto' reveals one of Mozart's focal concepts in his occasional music involving strings.
W. A. Mozart - KV 113 - Divertimento in E flat major
The concertante element is either explicit -- the wind concertante in the 'Posthorn' serenade and the violin concerti in the orchestral 'Final-Musiken' -- or implied, as is the case here and in the great works for strings with two horns. Though the legacy of the concerto grosso is obvious, performance with multiple strings is not inevitable. It is clear, for example, that Bach's Fifth Brandenburg Concerto was performed by single players.
In orchestral performances, a continuo harpsichord would be entirely appropriate.
The concertante wind writing is the salient feature of K. Increasing independence of the wind parts from the supporting strings as the work progresses points to the many subsequent works for winds alone. The musical ideas are characteristic of Mozart's Italian period -- catchy and terse.
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Compare the symphonies from the same period, the quartet divertimenti K. Unlike most of the occasional music, K.
Free sheet music : Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - K - Serenade in Eb for 8 Winds (Wind ensemble)
W Wind quintets by Anton Reicha. Media in category "Compositions in E-flat major" The following 41 files are in this category, out of 41 total. Anton Reicha - Wind Quintet Op. Lento - Allegro Moderato.
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Brahms - Intermezzo, Op. Carl Maria von Weber - clarinet concerto no. Divertimento in E-flat major - KV - 1st movement. Divertimento in E-flat major - KV - 2nd movement.
Divertimento in E-flat major - KV - 3rd movement. Divertimento in E-flat major - KV - 4th movement.