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  1. Rondo in B-flat for Violin and Orchestra (Mozart) - Wikipedia

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Rondo in B ♭ for Violin and Orchestra, K. 269/261a, likely was composed between 1775 and 1777 as a replacement finale for the K. 207.. Like the Adagio in E and Rondo in C, the Rondo in B ♭ was requested by Italian violinist Antonio Brunetti and Mozart composed the new finale for that work.

  2. Orchestra Mozart - Wikipedia

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    May 24, 2021 · The orchestra is basically a chamber orchestra (a form of which is sometimes also called a "Mozart orchestra"), meaning that it has fewer musicians than a full-sized symphony orchestra (especially in the strings, since the number of woodwind, horn players and other musicians is less flexible), producing lighter, chamber-music-like sound.

  3. Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola, Cello and Orchestra ...

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    Mozart is believed to have started work on this concerto around the same time as the Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat major K. 364. [1] [a] For unknown reasons Mozart abandoned the work after writing 134 bars of the opening movement.

  4. Mozart may have intended to include the Amenfugue at the end of the Sequentia, but Süssmayr did not do so in his completion. The following table shows for the eight sections in Süssmayr's completion with their subdivisions: the title, vocal parts (solo soprano (S), alto (A), tenor (T) and bass (B) [in bold] and four-part choir SATB), tempo ...

  5. When Mozart married Constanze in 1782, he again embarked on the composition of a religious work: a great mass in C minor. He was to perform this in Salzburg on presenting Constanze to his family. Constanze was also to perform the soprano solo in the aria Et incarnates est. For unknown reasons Mozart never completed the mass, although some sections of it were performed in Salzburg. Was this due ...

  6. The Symphony No. 1 in E ♭ major, K. 16, was written in 1764 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at the age of eight years. By this time, he was already notable in Europe as a wunderkind performer, but had composed little music. The autograph score of the symphony is today preserved in the Biblioteka Jagiellońska in Kraków.

  7. Mozart: Messe in C-Moll, K. 427 - Walter Berry & Pro Musica ...

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    Mozart: Messe in C-Moll, K. 427 Walter Berry & Pro Musica Orchestra. Genre: Classical Release Date: 2006-08-14 Explicitness: notExplicit Country: ZAF Track Count: 15 ℗ 1999 Preiser Records

  8. OehmsClassics: Franz raml / German Mozart Orchestra: W.A ...

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    The work can be found in the archive of the abbey Rot a.d. Rot (today the Swabian State Music Archive, University of Tübingen). It was passed down from the hands of the last abbot Nikolaus Betscher. The German Mozart Orchestra was founded by Franz Raml in 2006.

  9. Mozart - London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, John Alldis ...

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1971 Vinyl release of "« Messe du credo » K.257 « Messe du couronnement » K.317" on Discogs.

  10. 1. Kyrie 4. Sanctus 2. Gloria 5. Benedictus 3. Credo 6. Agnus Dei Choeur de chambre d'Europe Orgue : Jens Wollenschläger Camerata de Wurtzbürg Direction : Nicol Matt - 2001

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