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Caspar Frantz (piano) Chris Richards (clarinet) Joost Bosdijk (bassoon) Katy Woolley (horn) Olivier Stankiewicz (oboe) recorded live during the Whittington.
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Album · 2013 · 15 Songs. By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. 3. Serenade No. 12 in C Minor, K. 388: III. Menuet in Canone; Trio in Canone Al Roverscio. 4. 388: IV.
COMPOSER: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. ENSEMBLE: The Festival Winds. More from this artist. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The Festival Winds' latest recording is here! The Live from the 2012 Festival Of The Sound" recording includes Mozart’s Serenade in B flat, K361 "Gran Partita", Serenade in c minor, K. 388 and Dvorak’s Serenade, op. 44. You can pick a copy up at the Festival boutique at the Stockey Centre in Parry Sound. The Festival Winds, Orchestras Canada aracılığıyla. 27 Mayıs 2013 ·. New job listing: Symphony Nova Scotia - Chief Executive Officer.
The Midsummer Mozart Festival is an annual music festival that exclusively features the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The festival was founded by George Cleve in 1974 and is held in the San Francisco Bay Area. Mostly Mozart Festival. The Mostly Mozart Festival is an American classical music festival based in New York City. The festival presents concerts with its resident ensemble, the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, principally at David Geffen Hall of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Other festival concerts occur at such venues as: Alice Tully Hall.
The Sinfonia Concertante for Four Winds in E flat major is a work thought to be by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, for oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, and orchestra, K. 297b (Anh. C 1. 1). He originally wrote a work for flute, oboe, horn, bassoon, and orchestra, K. Anh. 9 (297B), in Paris in April 1778. There is considerable debate about the relation of the work as it is performed today to this original work.
Quintet for Piano and Winds (Mozart). The Quintet in E♭ major for Piano and Winds, K. 452, was completed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on March 30, 1784 and premiered two days later at the Imperial and Royal National Court Theater in Vienna. Shortly after the premiere, Mozart wrote to his father that "I myself consider it to be the best thing I have written in my life. It is scored for piano, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon.
Track List - Disc 1
|Divertimento for wind ensemble in E flat major (doubtful), K. Anh. 226 (K. Anh. C 17.01)|
|1||Allegro moderato||The Festival Winds||4:08|
|2||Menuetto||The Festival Winds||5:14|
|3||Romance: Adagio ma un poco Andante||The Festival Winds||3:54|
|4||Menuetto: Allegretto||The Festival Winds||3:16|
|5||Rondo: Andante||The Festival Winds||4:14|
|Divertimento for wind ensemble in B flat major (doubtful), K. Anh. 227 (K. Anh. C 17.02)|
|6||Allegro||The Festival Winds||2:57|
|7||Menuetto||The Festival Winds||2:43|
|8||Adagio||The Festival Winds||3:43|
|9||Menuetto||The Festival Winds||2:35|
|10||Finale: Andantino||The Festival Winds||2:31|
|Divertimento for wind ensemble in E flat major, KV Anh. 228 (K. Anh. C 17.03)|
|11||Adagio / Allegro||The Festival Winds||7:16|
|12||Menuetto||The Festival Winds||3:34|
|13||Romance: Andante||The Festival Winds||5:48|
|14||Menuetto||The Festival Winds||3:03|
|15||Finale: Allegro assai||The Festival Winds||3:24|
|16||Rondo for wind octet in E flat major ("Rondino"), WoO 25||The Festival Winds||6:40|
Track List - Disc 2
|Divertimento for wind ensemble in E flat major, K. Anh. 224 (K. Anh. C 17.04)|
|1||Adagio||The Festival Winds||6:09|
|2||Menuetto: Allegro||The Festival Winds||3:13|
|3||Theme and Variations: Adagio||The Festival Winds||7:36|
|4||Menuetto||The Festival Winds||3:13|
|5||Rondo: Allegro||The Festival Winds||5:13|
|Divertimento for wind ensemble in F major (doubtful), K. Anh. 225 (K. Anh. C 17.05)|
|6||Adagio / Allegro||The Festival Winds||7:20|
|7||Andante||The Festival Winds||9:25|
|8||Menuetto: Allegretto||The Festival Winds||3:12|
|9||Rondo||The Festival Winds||5:18|
|10||Divertimento for wind ensemble in E flat major, (K. Anh. C. 17.07)||The Festival Winds||9:08|
CreditsPaulette Bourget - Production Coordination
David Bourque - Liner Notes
David Burnham - Engineer
Peter Cook - Digital Mastering
The Festival Winds - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Keith Horner - Project Producer, Recording
Robert Ketchen - Graphic Design
Daniel N. Leeson - Liner Notes
Charles Metz - Liner Note Translation