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The Gaudier Ensemble - Oboe Quartet, Horn Quintet & Other Works
  • Data premiery: 2011-05-01
  • Dystrybutor: Music Island K.Tomaszewski
  • Data nagrania: 2001
  • Liczba płyt: 1

The Gaudier Ensemble - Oboe Quartet, Horn Quintet & Other Works

  • Mozart: Oboe Quartet In F, K 370 - 1. Allegro
    The Gaudier Ensemble
    Mozart: Oboe Quartet In F, K 370 - 2. Adagio
    The Gaudier Ensemble
  • Mozart: Oboe Quartet In F, K 370 - 3. Rondo: Allegro
    The Gaudier Ensemble
    Mozart: Horn Quintet In E Flat, K 407 - 1.
    The Gaudier Ensemble
  • Mozart: Horn Quintet In E Flat, K 407 - 2. Andante
    The Gaudier Ensemble
    Mozart: Horn Quintet In E Flat, K 407 - 3. Allegro
    The Gaudier Ensemble
  • Mozart: Quintet Movement In F, K 580b
    The Gaudier Ensemble
    Mozart: Quintet For Piano & Wind In E Flat, K 452 - 1. Largo; Allegro Moderato
    The Gaudier Ensemble
  • Mozart: Quintet For Piano & Wind In E Flat, K 452 - 2. Larghetto
    The Gaudier Ensemble
    Mozart: Quintet For Piano & Wind In E Flat, K 452 - 3. Rondo: Allegretto
    The Gaudier Ensemble
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Mozart’s contribution to the repertoire of music with wind instruments is of considerable significance. Not only did he write concertos for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn, but he also made frequent use of these instruments in his chamber music. His interest in varied textures and colours led to unusual, sometimes unique, combinations of wind or wind and strings, and many of these works have become cornerstones of the repertoire.

 This historically significant recording includes a single movement from a quintet never completed by Mozart before his death. It was one of only a handful of works singled out for by his wife Constanze for particular attention, whilst documenting his other fragments. The Horn Quintet was written for Joseph Leutgeb, a long-standing friend for whom Mozart also composed the four horn concertos, and shows an obvious affection for the instrument and its practitioner. The Quartet, K370, contains a particularly lovely Adagio, only 37 bars long, but deeply expressive, and the final work here, K452 was considered by the composer himself to be the best work he had produced.

 These important works could not be in more talented hands than those of The Gaudier Ensemble, who effervesce outstanding playing throughout in performances that Mozart himself would surely have been proud of. A recording to be relished with the CD player firmly on ‘continuous play’!

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