Mozart, Schubert, Haydn, Beethoven, Clifford Curzon, Willi Boskovsky, Members of the Wiener Oktett, Vienna Mozart Ensemble, The Weller Quartet - Vienna Chamber Music Festival FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Vienna Chamber Music Festival
Style: Romantic, Classical
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Quintet In A Mojor For Clarinet And Strings K. 581. I. Allegro. Ludwig Van Beethoven: Septet In E Flat Major Op. 20. Adagio-Allegro Con Brio. Andante Con Moto Alla Marcia-Presto. Franz Schubert: Piano Quintet In A Major, . 67 "The Trout". Joseph Haydn: String Quartet Op. 33 No. 2 In E Flat Major "The Joke". Allegro Moderato Cantabile.
The Vienna Mozart Orchestra, with its 30 musicians, was founded in 1986 and has devoted itself entirely to that great composer of the Viennese classical period, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Since its foundation 20 years ago, the orchestra has found a permanent place in Viennese concert life, becoming a fixture in the City of Vienna’s musical programmes for tourist entertainment every summer.
20th Century Chamber Music. More often than not, the program would include the works by Mozart, Michael Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Spohr, Conradin Kreutzer and Brahms. Many listeners would therefore be surprised to know how much twentieth-century music the group played, especially at home in Vienna. This anthology brings together all of the Wiener Oktett’s recordings of 20th century chamber music, and all but the Britten make their first appearance on CD. The cheeky Octet by Belgian composer Marcel Poot was commissioned by the Vienna Octet. The Wellesz was a kind of peace offering.
When Mozart wanted to write a symphony or chamber work in the Haydn manner, as a motif-driven entity, he could certainly do it. Think of his last three symphonies or the six quartets he dedicated to Haydn. But it took great effort, as he admitted in the moving dedication of those quartets. Still, even Mozart’s sonatas and symphonies are full of operatic touches. When I was in music school, I was always baffled when fellow pianists who claimed to love the Mozart piano concertos and sonatas said that they had no real feeling for the operas, not being opera buffs. How can you play, say, Mozart’s. Yet one of these Vienna masters will have to be eliminated if we are going to leave spots for the giants of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Mozart - Clarinet Quintet KV581, March KV445, Minuets KV103 N. 1-19, 5 Contredances KV609 & Schubert - Piano Quintet . 67 Trout Forellen, Octet . 03 & Haydn - String Quartet o. 3 N. & Beethoven - Septet o. 0 - Vienna Chamber Music Festival - Clifford Curzon Piano, Willi Boskovsky Violin, Vienna Octet, Vienna Mozart Ensemble, Weller Quartet, Decca, SXL 6238-41 (LXT 6238-41)
Schubert, Mozart; Mitglieder des Wiener Oktett, Clifford Curzon, Peter Schmidl. Octet D 803, Grand Duo D 574. Franz Schubert; Wiener Oktett, Willy Boskovsky, Franco Gulli, Enrica Cavallo. 1. Album + Compilation. Trout Quintet, Death and the Maiden. Franz Schubert; Clifford Curzon, Members of the Vienna Octet, Vienna Philharmonic String Quartet. Piano Quintet "Trout", Octet, Arpeggione Sonata, Fantasia D. 934. Schubert; Sir Clifford Curzon, Mstislav Rostropovich, Szymon Goldberg, Radu Lupu, Wiener Oktett. Spohr; Wiener Oktett. Showing official release groups by this artist.
The members of the Mozart Ensemble have performed in almost all countries of Europe, Asia and South America. They have also played in many world-renowned orchestras, including the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, the Salzburg Soloists, the Vienna Academy, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, and the Ensemble Modern Times, to name but a few. The Mozart Ensemble has also appeared performing in the Sala Terrena for several documentaries about the life and works of Mozart. These include French, Luxembourgish and Dutch television productions, as well as Fuji Television of Tokyo. Book the Mozart Ensemble for.
The "Mozart Ensemble - Wien" consist of four experienced musicians of the Vienna chamber music, who also perform regularly as soloists. Tours and concerts brought them into all European countries, to Japan and South America, where they played almost the entire quartet repertoire. The Sala Terrena offers the perfect scenery for the music of the Viennese classical period. Photos & Impressions from the Mozart House. Even Mozart appreciated the wonderful acoustics and the incomparable atmosphere of the "Sala Terrena".
Wiener Kammerensemble. Spend an evening with the Vienna Chamber Ensemble and masterworks of the Viennese tradition. The Vienna Chamber Ensemble consists of soloists from the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. In Budapest they will perform in several different formations. Albena Danailova, Andreas Großbauer: violin Tobias Lea: viola Tamás Varga: cello Christoph Wimmer: double bass Thomas Jöbstl: horn Gerald Pachinger: clarinet Richard Galler: bassoon.
|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Quintet In A Mojor For Clarinet And Strings K. 581|
|A3||III. Menuetto - Trio 1 - Trio 2|
|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: March In D, K.445, Minuets From K.103, Contradances K.609 "Non Piu Andrai"|
|B1||March In D, K.445|
|B2||Minuets From K.103 Nos. 11-14|
|B3||Five Contradances K.609 "Non Piu Andrai"|
|B4||Minuets From K.103 Nos. 15-19|
|Ludwig Van Beethoven: Septet In E Flat Major Op. 20|
|C1||I. Adagio-Allegro Con Brio|
|C2||II. Adagio Cantabile|
|C3||III. Tempo Di Minuetto|
|D1||IV. Tema Con Variazioni: Andante|
|D2||V. Scherzo: Allegro Molto E Vivace|
|D3||VI. Andante Con Moto Alla Marcia-Presto|
|Franz Schubert: Piano Quintet In A Major, D.667 "The Trout"|
|E1||I. Allegro Vivace|
|E3||III. Scherzo: Presto|
|E4||IV. Theme And Variations: Andantino|
|F1||V. Allegro Giusto|
|Joseph Haydn: String Quartet Op. 33 No. 2 In E Flat Major "The Joke"|
|F2||I. Allegro Moderato Cantabile|
|F3||II. Scherzo: Allegro|
|F4||III. Largo Sostenuto|
|F5||IV. Finale: Presto|
|Franz Schubert: Octet In F Major, D.803|
|G1||I. Adagio Allegro|
|G3||III. Allegro Vivace|
|H2||V. Minuet: Allegretto|
|H3||VI. Finale: Andante Molto-Allegro|
- Bassoon – Rudolf Hanzl (tracks: C1 to C3, D1 to D3, G1 to G3, H1 to H3)
- Cello – Ludwig Beinl (tracks: F2 to F5), Nikolaus Hübner (tracks: A1 to A4, C1 to C3, D1 to D3, E1 to E4, F1, G1 to G3, H1 to H3)
- Clarinet – Alfred Boskovsky (tracks: A1 to A4, C1 to C3, D1 to D3, G1 to G3, H1 to H3)
- Composed By – Franz Schubert (tracks: E1 to E4, F1, G1 to G3, H1 to H3), Joseph Haydn (tracks: F2 to F5), Ludwig van Beethoven (tracks: C1 to C3, D1 to D3), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4)
- Conductor – Willi Boskovsky (tracks: B1 to B4)
- Cover [Engraving "The Mariahilf Church And Convent, Vienna" ] – Carl Schutz*
- Double Bass – Johann Krump (tracks: C1 to C3, D1 to D3, E1 to E4, F1, G1 to G3, H1 to H3)
- Ensemble – Members Of The Vienna Octet* (tracks: A1 to A4, C1 to C3, D1 to D3, E1 to E4, F1, G1 to G3, H1 to H3), The Weller Quartet* (tracks: F2 to F5), Vienna Mozart Ensemble* (tracks: B1 to B4)
- Horn – Josef Veleba (tracks: C1 to C3, D1 to D3, G1 to G3, H1 to H3)
- Piano – Clifford Curzon (tracks: E1 to E4, F1)
- Viola – Günter Breitenbach* (tracks: A1 to A4, C1 to C3, D1 to D3, E1 to E4, F1, G1 to G3, H1 to H3), Helmut Weis (tracks: F2 to F5)
- Violin – Anton Fietz (tracks: A1 to A4), Philipp Matheis (tracks: A1 to A4, G1 to G3, H1 to H3), Willi Boskovsky (tracks: C1 to C3, D1 to D3, E1 to E4, F1, G1 to G3, H1 to H3)
- Violin [1st] – Walter Weller (tracks: F2 to F5)
- Violin [2nd] – Alfred Staar (tracks: F2 to F5)
Decca – SXL 6238-41, LXT 6238-41
|SXL 6238-41||Mozart* / Schubert* / Haydn* / Beethoven* / Clifford Curzon / Willi Boskovsky / Members Of The Wiener Oktett* / Vienna Mozart Ensemble* / The Weller Quartet*||Mozart* / Schubert* / Haydn* / Beethoven* / Clifford Curzon / Willi Boskovsky / Members Of The Wiener Oktett* / Vienna Mozart Ensemble* / The Weller Quartet* - Vienna Chamber Music Festival (4xLP + Box)||Decca||SXL 6238-41||UK||1966|