Lionel Tertis - Mozart Sinfonia Concertante, K. 364 And Other Music download mp3 album
The Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra in E-flat major, K. 364 (320d), was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. At the time of its composition in 1779, Mozart was on a tour of Europe that included Mannheim and Paris. Mozart had been experimenting with the sinfonia concertante genre and this work can be considered his most successful realization in this cross-over genre between symphony and concerto.
The Sinfonia Concertante is written in E♭ major but the solo viola part was originally written a semi-tone lower in D, to be played scordatura ; the soloist was to tune the viola a semitone higher to make the instrument sound brighter. Concertos and concertante works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Flute Concerto in G major, . 13/285c ("No. Arrangements of Other Composers. Piano Concerto N. in F major, . 7 (Raupach, unknown, Honauer). in B♭ major, . 9 (Raupach, Schobert).
He was born in West Hartlepool to the family of Polish-Jewish immigrants and initially studied violin at the where principal Sir Alexander Campbell Mackenzie encouraged Lionel to pursue viola instead. Under the additional influence of Oskar Nedbal, Tertis soon became one of the best known violists of the time . Mozart Sinfonia Concertante, K. 364 And Other Music (LP, Album, Comp, Mono).
Mozart Sinfonia Concertante K364 is the highest example of this form, which was very fashionable in the early XVIII century. This is one of my favourite works, I see it really like a concentrate of all of Mozart's character. It is so serene and joyful in the two fast movements and so deeply thoughtful, sad, in the central slow movement. In the first and third movement many times the two instruments chase each other like two kids. Mozart Sinfonia Concertante was not a well-known work until Lionel Tertis started playing it as part of his 'viola mission' and played it with Fritz Kreisler in 1924 and later with others and William Primrose playing violin, before Primrose converted to the viola. By the way, in his autobiography Tertis strongly recommmends to play it in the original key, with the scordatura. Since then, more and more performers have recorded it, making it more popular.
Album · 2003 · 12 Songs. Sinfonia Concertante in E-Flat for Violin and Viola, K. 364: II. Andante. By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Albert Sammons. 3. 364: III. Presto.
The Mozart Sinfonia Concertante for violin, viola, and orchestra in E flat, K. 364, is a challenging work for interpreters, with one of those spacious Mozart first movements that lack real melodies, instead building up large structures through an evolving balance among a group of simple musical elements. A common approach is to try to give it a kind of tension, beginning with the long held note by the solo violin at the beginning of the first solo section, coming in several bars before the start of the actual solos; the rest of the long movement then releases the tension.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus ( biography) ( sheet music). Born: January 27, 1756, December 5, 1791. A child prodigy, Mozart wrote his first symphony when he was eight years old and his first opera at 12. He went on to write some of the most important masterpieces of the Classical era, including symphonies, operas, string quartets and piano music. Instrument: Orchestra ( View more Intermediate Orchestra Music). Style: Classical ( View more Classical Orchestra Music). You might also like: Divertimento N. 7 in D Major, . 34 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony N. in C Major o. 1 1st movement by Ludwig van Beethoven A Musical Joke, . 22 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto in A for Clarinet, . 22 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Egmont Overture, Op.
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|A1||Sinfonia Concertante In E Flat Major, K. 364
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Sir Hamilton HartyOrchestra – The London Philharmonic OrchestraViolin – Albert Sammons
|B1||Minnelied III, Op. 71 No. 5
Arranged By – Lionel TertisComposed By – Johannes Brahms
|B2||Song Without Words, No. 20 In E Flat ("The Fleecy Cloud")
Composed By – Felix Mendelssohn-BartholdyPiano – Ethel Hobday
|B3||Liebestraum No. 3 In A Flat Major
Arranged By – Lionel TertisComposed By – Franz LisztPiano – Ethel Hobday
|B4||Passacaglia (From Harpsichord Suite No. 7 In G Minor)
Arranged By – Johan HalvorsenComposed By – Georg Friedrich HändelViolin – Albert Sammons
|B5||Serenade From "Hassan"
Arranged By – Lionel TertisComposed By – Frederick DeliusPiano – George Reeves
|B6||Prelude And Allegro
Arranged By – Lionel TertisComposed By – Niccolò PaganiniPiano – Ethel Hobday
- Liner Notes – Bernard Shore
- Viola – Lionel Tertis