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Usual Name Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Alternative Spellings Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophil Mozart, Vol'fgang Amadej Mocart, Wolfgang Amadé Mozart, Johann Chrysostomus Wolfgang Theophil Mozart, Wolfgang Mozart, Johannes C. Mozart, Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgang Gottlieb Mozart, Wolfgang G. Mozart, Wolfgang A. Mozartus, ... Mozart, Wolfgang-Amadeus Mozart, Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Wolfg. Amadeus Mozart, Wolffgango Mozart, Wolfgango Mozzart, Wolfango Amedeo Mozart, Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, V. A. Mocart, Wolfgang A. Mozart, Wolp'gang Amadei Moc'arti, Wolfgango Amedeo Mozart, Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophil Mozart, W. A. Mozart, Wulfgang Amadius Muzar
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Title Subname Catalogue Key Year Type
Sonata for two pianos KV 448 D Major 1781 Sonata
Piano Sonata #8 KV 310 A Minor 1778 Sonata
Piano Sonata #1 KV 279 C Major 1774 Sonata
Piano Sonata #2 KV 280 F Major 1774 Sonata
Piano Sonata #3 KV 281 B-flat Major 1774 Sonata
Piano Sonata #4 KV 282 E-flat Major 1774 Sonata
Piano Sonata #5 KV 283 G Major 1774 Sonata
Piano Sonata #6 KV 284 D Major 1775 Sonata
Piano Sonata #7 KV 309 C Major 1777 Sonata
Piano Sonata #9 KV 311 D Major 1777 Sonata
Piano Sonata #10 KV 330 C Major 1783 Sonata
Piano Sonata #11 KV 331 A Major 1783 Sonata
Piano Sonata #12 KV 332 F Major 1783 Sonata
Piano Sonata #13 KV 333 B-flat Major 1783 Sonata
Piano Sonata #14 KV 457 C Minor 1784 Sonata
Piano Sonata #15 KV 533 F Major 1788 Sonata
Piano Sonata #16 For beginners / Sonata facile / Sonata semplice KV 545 C Major 1788 Sonata
Piano Sonata #17 KV 570 B-flat Major 1789 Sonata
Piano Sonata #18 KV 576 D Major 1789 Sonata
Piano Sonata KV 498a B-flat Major 1798 Sonata
Piano Sonata KV 547a F Major 1799 Sonata
Symphony #1 KV 16 E-flat Major 1764 Symphony
Symphony #2 KV 17 B-flat Major Symphony
Symphony #3 KV 18 E-flat Major Symphony
Symphony #4 KV 19 D Major 1765 Symphony
Symphony #5 KV 22 B-flat Major 1765 Symphony
Symphony #6 KV 43 F Major 1767 Symphony
Symphony #7 KV 45 D Major 1768 Symphony
Symphony #8 KV 48 D Major 1768 Symphony
Symphony #9 KV 73 C Major 1772 Symphony
Symphony #10 KV 74 G Major 1770 Symphony
Symphony #11 KV 84 D Major 1770 Symphony
Symphony #12 KV 110 G Major 1771 Symphony
Symphony #13 KV 112 F Major 1771 Symphony
Symphony #14 KV 114 A Major 1771 Symphony
Symphony #15 KV 124 G Major 1772 Symphony
Symphony #16 KV 128 C Major 1772 Symphony
Symphony #17 KV 129 G Major 1772 Symphony
Symphony #18 KV 130 F Major 1772 Symphony
Symphony #19 KV 132 E-flat Major 1772 Symphony
Symphony #20 KV 133 D Major 1772 Symphony
Symphony #21 KV 134 A Major 1772 Symphony
Symphony #22 KV 162 C Major 1773 Symphony
Symphony #23 KV 181 D Major 1773 Symphony
Symphony #24 KV 182 B-flat Major 1773 Symphony
Symphony #25 KV 183 G Minor 1773 Symphony
Symphony #26 KV 184 E-flat Major 1773 Symphony
Symphony #27 KV 199 G Major 1773 Symphony
Symphony #28 KV 200 C Major 1774 Symphony
Symphony #29 KV 201 A Major 1774 Symphony
Symphony #30 KV 201 D Major 1774 Symphony
Symphony #31 Paris Symphony KV 297 D Major 1778 Symphony
Symphony #32 KV 318 G Major 1779 Symphony
Symphony #33 KV 319 B-flat Major 1779 Symphony
Symphony #34 KV 338 C Major 1780 Symphony
Symphony #35 Haffner Symphony KV 385 D Major 1782 Symphony
Symphony #36 Linz Symphony KV 425 C Major 1783 Symphony
Symphony #37 KV 444 G Major 1783 Symphony
Symphony #38 Prague KV 504 D Major 1786 Symphony
Symphony #39 KV 543 E-flat Major 1788 Symphony
Symphony #40 Great G minor symphony KV 550 G Minor 1788 Symphony
Symphony #41 Jupiter KV 551 C Major 1788 Symphony
Symphony KV 75 F Major 1771 Symphony
Symphony KV 76 F Major 1767 Symphony
Symphony KV 81 D Major 1770 Symphony
Symphony KV 95 D Major 1770 Symphony
Symphony KV 96 C Major 1771 Symphony
Symphony KV 97 D Major 1770 Symphony
Symphony KV 214 B-flat Major 1775 Symphony
Symphony KV 216 B-flat Major 1775 Symphony
Symphony Old Lambach KV 221 G Major Symphony
Piano Concerto #1 KV 37 F Major 1767 Concerto
Piano Concerto #2 KV 39 B-flat Major 1767 Concerto
Piano Concerto #3 KV 40 D Major 1767 Concerto
Piano Concerto #4 KV 41 G Major 1767 Concerto
Three Piano Concertos KV 107 1772 Concerto
Piano Concerto #5 KV 175 D Major 1777 Concerto
Piano Concerto #6 KV 238 B-flat Major 1776 Concerto
Concerto for three pianos #7 KV 242 F Major 1776 Concerto
Piano Concerto #8 Lützow KV 246 C Major 1776 Concerto
Piano Concerto #9 Jeunehomme KV 271 E-flat Major 1777 Concerto
Concerto for two pianos #10 KV 365 E-flat Major 1779 Concerto
Piano Concerto #11 KV 413/387a F Major 1782 Concerto
Piano Concerto #12 KV 414/385p A Major 1782 Concerto
Piano Concerto #13 KV 415/387b C Major 1983 Concerto
Piano Concerto #14 KV 449 E-flat Major 1784 Concerto
Piano Concerto #15 KV 450 B-flat Major 1784 Concerto
Piano Concerto #16 KV 451 D Major 1784 Concerto
Piano Concerto #17 KV 453 G Major 1784 Concerto
Piano Concerto #18 KV 456 1784 Concerto
Piano Concerto #19 KV 459 F Major 1784 Concerto
Piano Concerto #20 KV 466 D Minor 1785 Concerto
Piano Concerto #21 KV 467 C Major 1785 Concerto
Piano Concerto #22 KV 482 E-flat Major 1785 Concerto
Piano Concerto #23 KV 488 A Major 1786 Concerto
Piano Concerto #24 KV 491 C Minor 1786 Concerto
Piano Concerto #25 KV 503 C Major 1786 Concerto
Piano Concerto #26 Coronation KV 537 D Major 1788 Concerto
Piano Concerto #27 KV 595 B Major 1791 Concerto
Violin Concerto #1 KV 207 B-flat Major 1775 Concerto
Violin Concerto #2 KV 211 D Major 1775 Concerto
Violin Concerto #3 KV 216 G Major 1775 Concerto
Violin Concerto #4 KV 218 D Major 1775 Concerto
Violin Concerto #5 Turkish KV 219 A Major 1775 Concerto
Violin Concerto #6 KV 268/365b/Anh.C. 14.04 E-flat Major 1790 Concerto
Violin Concerto #7 Kolb Concerto KV 271a/K.271i D Major 1777 Concerto
Adagio for Violin and Orchestra KV 261 E Major 1776 Concerto
Rondo for Violin and Orchestra KV 269/261a B-flat Major 1777 Concerto
Concertone for 2 Violins and Orchestra KV 190 C Major 1774 Concerto
Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra KV 364 E-flat Major 1779 Symphony and Concerto
Horn Concerto #1 KV 412/386b D Major 1791 Concerto
Horn Concerto #2 KV 417 E-flat Major 1783 Concerto
Horn Concerto #3 KV 447 E-flat Major 1787 Concerto
Horn Concerto #4 KV 495 E-flat Major 1786 Concerto
Clarinet Concerto KV 622 A Major 1791 Concerto
Bassoon Concerto KV 191/186e B-flat Major 1774 Concerto
Oboe Concerto KV 271-k/314 C Major 1777 Concerto
Flute Concerto #1 KV 313 G Major 1778 Concerto
Flute Concerto #2 KV 314 D Major 1778 Concerto
Concerto for Flute, Harp and Orchestra KV 299 C Major 1778 Concerto
Sinfonia Concertante for Four Winds KV 297b E-flat Major 1778 Symphony Concertante
Don Giovanni KV 527 1787 Opera
Requiem Mass Missa pro defunctis; Seelenmesse KV 626 D Minor 1791 Mass
Tito, Roman Emperor The Clemency of Titus KV 621 1791 Opera Seria
Die Zauberflöte The Magic Flute KV 620 1791 Opera
Cosi fan tutte, ossia La scuola degli amanti (Thus Do They All, or The School for Lovers) Opera buffa in due atti KV 588 1790 Opera Buffa
Le nozze di Figaro The Marriage of Figaro KV 492 1786 Opera Buffa
Der Schauspieldirektor The Impresario KV 486 1786 Opera
Lo sposo deluso La rivalità di tre Donne per un solo Amante (The Deluded Bridegroom, or The Rivalry of Three Women for One Lover) KV 430 1784 Opera Buffa
L'oca del Cairo The Goose of Cairo; Die Gans von Cairo . Dramma giocoso per musica (NMA classification) ; Comische oper (RISM) KV 422 1784 Opera Buffa
Die Entführung aus dem Serail The Abduction from the Seraglio KV 384 1782 Opera
Idomeneo Idomeneo, rè di Creta ; Ilia e Idamante KV 366 1781 Opera
Zaide Das Serail KV 344 1780
Il rè pastore The Shepherd King KV 208 1775 Opera
La finta giardiniera The Pretend Garden-Girl KV 196 1775 Opera
Lucio Silla Dramma per musica KV 135 1772 Opera
Il sogno di Scipione Serenata drammatica KV 126 1771
Ascanio in Alba KV 111 1771 Pastoral Opera
Mitridate, re di Ponto Mithridates, King of Pontus KV 87 1770 Opera Seria
La finta semplice The Fake Innocent KV 51 (46a) 1768 Opera Buffa
Bastien und Bastienne Bastien and Bastienne KV 50 ; K⁶.46b 1768 Singspiel
Apollo et Hyacinthus KV 38 1767 Opera
Die Schuldigkeit des ersten Gebots Die Schuldigkeit Des ersten und fürnehmsten Gebottes (The Obligation of the First and Foremost Commandment) KV 35 1767 Singspiel
Thamos, König in Ägypten Thamos, King of Egypt KV K.345 ; K⁶.336a 1780
Sonata for keyboard four-hands Sonata for Piano four-hands in C Major KV 19d C Major 1765 Sonata
Sonata for Keyboard Four-Hands Sonata for Piano Four-Hands in D Major KV 381 ; K⁶.123a D Major 1774 Sonata
Sonata for Keyboard Four-hands Sonata for Piano Four-hands in B flat major KV 358/186c B-flat Major 1774 Sonata
Sonata for Keyboard Four-hands Sonata for Piano Four-hands in F major KV 497 F Major 1786 Sonata
Sonata for Keyboard Four-hands Sonata for Piano Four-hands C major KV 521 C Major 1787 Sonata
Sonata for Keyboard Four-hands Sonata for Piano Four-hands in G major (Completed by J. Andre) KV 357 G Major 1787 Sonata
Sonata for Two Pianos KV 448 / 375a D Major 1781 Sonata
Fugue for Two Pianos KV 426 C Minor 1783 Fugue
Galimathias musicum, for piano & orchestra Quodlibet/ Quodlibet mit 18 Nummern KV 32 D Major 1766 Divertimento
Eine kleine Nachtmusik #13 A Little Night Music ; Serenade No.13 ;Serenade No. 13 for strings in G major KV 525 G Major 1787 Serenade
Serenade #12 Serenade No.12 ; Nacht Musique KV 388/384a C Minor 1783 Serenade
Serenade #11 Serenade No.11 ; Serenade for Winds KV 375 E-flat Major 1782 Divertimento
Serenade #10 Serenade No.10 ; Gran Partita Serenade KV 361/370a B-flat Major 1782 Serenade
Serenade #9 Serenade No.9 ; Posthorn Serenade KV 320 D Major 1779 Serenade
Serenade #7 Serenade No.7 ; Haffner Serenade KV 250 D Major 1776 Serenade
Serenade #6 Serenade No.6 ; Serenata notturna KV 239 D Major 1776 Serenade
Serenade #5 KV 204 D Major 1775 Serenade
Serenade #4 Serenade No.4 ; Colloredo Serenade KV 203/189ba D Major 1774 Serenade
Serenade #3 Serenade No.3 ; Antretter Serenade KV 185 D Major 1773 Serenade
4 Country Dances Serenade No.2/4 Contredanses in F major KV 101 F Major 1776 Serenade
Cassation Serenade No.1 KV 100 D Major 1769 Serenade
Divertimento KV 563 E-flat Major 1788 Divertimento
Ein musikalischer Spaß Ein musikalischer Spass ; A Musical Joke ; Divertimento ; Bauernsinfonie ; Dorfmusikantensextett KV 522 F Major 1787 Divertimento
Divertimento #17 Divertimento No.17/Divertimento No. 17 in D major KV 334 D Major 1780 Divertimento
Divertimento #16 Divertimento No.16/ Divertimento No. 16 in E-flat major KV 289 E-flat Major 1777 Divertimento
Divertimento #15 "Lodron No. 2", ("Lodronische Nachtmusik") KV 287 B-flat Major 1777 Divertimento
Divertimento #14 Divertimento No.14 ; Tafelmusik KV 270 B-flat Major 1777 Divertimento
Divertimento for piano, violin and violoncello Piano Trio No.1 KV 254 B-flat Major 1776 Divertimento
Divertimento #13 KV 253 F Major 1776 Divertimento
Divertimento #12 KV 252 E-flat Major 1776 Divertimento
Divertimento #11 Divertimento No.11 ; Nannerl Septet KV 251 D Major 1776 Divertimento
Divertimento #10 Divertimento No.10 ; Erste Lodronische Nachtmusik ; Lodron No. 1 KV 247 F Major 1776 Divertimento
Divertimento #9 Divertimento No.9 KV 240 B-flat Major 1776 Divertimento
Divertimento No.8 #8 Divertimento No.8 KV 213 F Major 1775 Divertimento
Divertimento #7 Divertimento No.7 KV 205 D Major 1773 Divertimento
Divertimento #6 Divertimento No. 6 for mixed ensemble in C major KV 188 C Major 1733 Divertimento
Divertimento #5 Divertimento No.5 ; 10 Stücke für Bläser und Pauken KV 187 C Major Divertimento
Divertimento #4 Divertimento No.4 ; Milan KV 186/159b B-flat Major 1773 Divertimento
Divertimento #3 Divertimento No.3 KV 166/159d E-flat Major 1773 Divertimento
Divertimento for String Quartet or String Orchestra Salzburg Symphony No.3 KV 138/125c F Major 1772 Divertimento
Divertimento for string quartet or string orchestra Salzburg Symphony no. 2 KV 137/125b B-flat Major 1772 Divertimento
Divertimento for string quartet or string orchestra Salzburg Symphony No.1 KV 136/125a D Major 1772 Divertimento
Divertimento #2 Divertimento No. 2 KV 131 D Major 1772 Divertimento
Divertimento #1 Divertimento No. 1 KV 113 E-flat Major 1771 Divertimento
5 Divertimentos Fündundzwanzug Stücke für drei Bassetthörner B-flat Major Divertimento
5 Divertimentos #5 K.Anh. 229 B-flat Major 1783 Divertimento
5 Divertimentos #4 K.Anh. 229 B-flat Major 1783 Divertimento
5 Divertimentos #3 K.Anh. 229 B-flat Major 1783 Divertimento
5 Divertimentos #2 K.Anh. 229 B-flat Major 1783 Divertimento
5 Divertimentos #1 K.Anh. 229 B-flat Major 1783 Divertimento
Violin Sonata #36 Eine kleine Klavier Sonate für Anfänger mit einer Violine KV 547 F Major 1788 Sonata
Violin Sonata #35 KV 526 A Major 1787 Sonata
Violin Sonata #33 KV 481 E-flat Major 1785 Sonata
Violin Sonata #32 KV 454 B-flat Major 1784 Sonata
Violin Sonata #31 KV 404 C Major 1786 Sonata
Violin Sonata #30 KV 403 C Major 1784 Sonata
Violin Sonata #29 KV 402 A Major 1782 Sonata
Violin Sonata #28 KV 380 E-flat Major 1781 Sonata
Violin Sonata #27 KV 379 G Major 1781 Sonata
Violin Sonata #26 KV 378 B-flat Major 1779 Sonata
Violin Sonata #25 KV 377 F Major 1781 Sonata
Violin Sonata #24 KV 376 F Major 1781 Sonata
Violin Sonata #23 KV 306 D Major 1778 Sonata
Violin Sonata #22 KV 305 A Major 1778 Sonata
Violin Sonata #21 KV 304 E Minor 1778 Sonata
Violin Sonata #20 KV 303 C Major 1778 Sonata
Violin Sonata #19 KV 302 E-flat Major 1778 Sonata
Violin Sonata #18 KV 301 G Major 1778 Sonata
Violin Sonata #17 KV 296 C Major 1778 Sonata
Violin Sonata #16 KV 31 B-flat Major 1766 Sonata
Violin Sonata #15 KV 30 F Major 1766 Sonata
Violin Sonata #14 KV 29 D Major 1766 Sonata
Violin Sonata #13 KV 28 C Major 1766 Sonata
Violin Sonata #12 KV 27 G Major 1766 Sonata
Violin Sonata #11 KV 26 E-flat Major 1766 Sonata
Violin Sonata #10 KV 15 B-flat Major 1764 Sonata
Violin Sonata #9 KV 14 C Major 1764 Sonata
Violin Sonata #8 KV 13 F Major 1764 Sonata
Violin Sonata #7 KV 12 A Major 1764 Sonata
Violin Sonata #6 KV 11 G Major 1764 Sonata
Violin Sonata #5 KV 10 B-flat Major 1764 Sonata
Violin Sonata #4 G Major 1764 Sonata
Violin Sonata #3 KV 8 B-flat Major 1763 Sonata
Violin Sonata #2 KV 7 D Major 1764 Sonata
Violin Sonata #1 KV 6 C Major 1763 Sonata
String Quartet #23 Third Prussian Quartet KV 590 F Major 1790 String Quartet
String Quartet #22 Second Prussian Quartet KV 589 B-flat Major 1790 String Quartet
String Quartet #21 First Prussian Quartet KV 575 D Major 1789 String Quartet
String Quartet #20 Hoffmeister KV 499 D Major 1786 String Quartet
String Quartet #19 Dissonance Quartet; Dissonant Quartet KV 465 C Major 1785 String Quartet
String Quartet #18 KV 464 A Major 1785 String Quartet
String Quartet #17 "Hunt" KV 458 B-flat Major 1784 String Quartet
String Quartet #16 KV 428/421b E-flat Major 1783 String Quartet
String Quartet #15 KV 421/417b D Minor 1783 String Quartet
String Quartet #14 "Spring" KV 387 G Major 1782 String Quartet
String Quartet #13 Viennese Quartet KV 173 D Minor 1773 String Quartet
String Quartet #12 Viennese Quartet KV 172 B-flat Major 1773 String Quartet
String Quartet #11 Viennese Quartet KV 171 E-flat Major 1773 String Quartet
String Quartet #10 Viennese Quartet KV 170 C Major 1773 String Quartet
String Quartet #9 Viennese Quartet KV 169 A Major 1773 String Quartet
String Quartet #8 Viennese Quartet KV 168 F Major 1773 String Quartet
String Quartet #7 Milanese Quartet KV 160 E-flat Major 1773 String Quartet
String Quartet #6 Milanese Quartet KV 159 B-flat Major 1773 String Quartet
String Quartet #5 Milanese Quartet KV 158 F Major 1773 String Quartet
String Quartet #4 Milanese Quartet KV 157 C Major 1773 String Quartet
String Quartet #3 Milanese Quartet KV 156/134b G Major 1772 String Quartet
String Quartet #2 Milanese Quartet KV 155/134a D Major 1772 String Quartet
String Quartet #1 Lodi KV 80/73f G Major 1770 String Quartet
String Quintet #6 KV 614 E-flat Major 1791 String Quintet
String Quintet #5 KV 593 D Major 1790 String Quintet
String Quintet #4 KV 516 G Minor 1787 String Quintet
String Quintet #3 KV 515 C Major 1787 String Quintet
String Quintet #2 KV 406/516b C Minor 1788 String Quintet
String Quintet #1 KV 174 B-flat Major 1773 String Quintet
Piano Trio #6 KV 564 G Major 1788 Piano Trio
Piano Trio #5 KV 548 C Major 1788 Piano Trio
Piano Trio #4 KV 542 E Major 1788 Piano Trio
Piano Trio #3 KV 502 B-flat Major 1786 Piano Trio
Piano Trio #2 KV 496 G Major 1786 Piano Trio
Piano Trio #1 KV 254 B-flat Major 1776 Piano Trio
Piano Trio KV 442 D Minor 1788 Piano Trio
March for Orchestra KV 445/320c D Major 1780 Marche
3 Marches #3 KV 408/383F C Major 1782 Marche
3 Marches #2 KV 408/385a D Major 1782 Marche
3 Marches #1 KV 408/383e C Major 1782 Marche
2 Marches #2 KV 335/320a D Major 1779 Marche
2 Marches #1 D Major 1779 Marche
March for Orchestra KV 290 D Major 1772 Marche
March for Orchestra KV 249 D Major 1776 Marche
March for Orchestra KV 248 F Major 1776 Marche
March KV 237/189c D Major 1774 Marche
March KV 215/213b D Major 1775 Marche
March KV 214 C Major 1775 Marche
March KV 189 D Major 1773 Marche
March KV 62 D Major 1769 Marche
2 Minuets KV 604 1791 Minuet
4 Minuets KV 601 1791 Minuet
6 Minuets KV 599 1791 Minuet
12 Minuets KV 585 1789 Minuet
12 Minuets KV 568 1788 Minuet
5 Minuets KV 461/448a 1784 Minuet
3 Minuets KV 363 1783 Minuet
Symphonic Minuet KV 409/383f C Major 1782 Minuet
8 Minuets KV 315a/315g 1779 Minuet
16 Minuets KV 176 1773 Minuet
6 Minuets KV 164/130a 1772 Minuet
Minuet KV 122/73t E-flat Major 1770 Minuet
6 Minuets KV 105/61f 1772 Minuet
6 Minuets KV 104/61e 1771 Minuet
19 Minuets KV 103/61d 1776 Minuet
Minuet KV 94/73h D Major 1770 Minuet
6 Minuets KV 61h 1769 Minuet
2 Minuets KV 61g 1770 Minuet
7 Minuets KV 61b/65a 1769 Minuet
Contredanse Les filles malicieuses KV 610 G Major 1791 Contredanse
5 Contredanses KV 609 1787 Contredanse
Contredanse Il Trionfo delle Donne KV 607/605a E-flat Major 1791 Contredanse
2 Contredanses KV 603 1791 Contredanse
Contredanse Der Sieg vom Helden Koburg" (Coburg's Victory) KV 587 C Major 1789 Contredanse
Three Contredanses KV 535a 1788 Contredanse
Contredanse "La Bataille" KV 535 C Major 1788 Contredanse
Contredanse "Das Donnerwetter" (The Thunderstorm) KV 534 D Major 1788 Contredanse
6 Contredanses KV 462/448b 1784 Contredanse
4 Contredanses for Count Johann Rudolf Czernin KV 269b 1777 Contredanse
4 Contredanses KV 267/271c 1777 Contredanse
Contredanse KV 123/73g B-flat Major 1770 Contredanse
Overture and 3 Contredanses KV 106/588a 1790 Contredanse
4 Contredanses Serenade No. 2 KV 101/250a 1776 Contredanse
German Dance "Die Leirer"; "Die Leyerer" KV 611 C Major 1791 Dance
6 Ländler "Ländlerische Tänze" KV 606 1791 Dance
3 German Dances "Die Schlittenfahrt" Sleigh Ride KV 605 1791 Dance
4 German Dances "Die Leirer" KV 602 1791 Dance
6 German Dances "Der Kanarienvogel" The Canary KV 600 1791 Dance
12 German Dances KV 586 1789 Dance
6 German Dances KV 571 1789 Dance
6 German Dances KV 567 1788 Dance
6 German Dances KV 536 1788 Dance
6 German Dances KV 509 1778 Dance
2 Quadrilles KV 463/448c 1784 Dance
Musik zu einer Pantomime: Pantalon und Colombine Music to a Pantomime KV 446/416d Major 1783 Incidental music
Gavotte KV 300 B-flat Major 1778 Gavotte
La Chasse The Hunt K.Anh. 103/299d (320f) A Major 1778
Sketches for a ballet intermezzo Bagatelles Ballet Pantomime K.Anh. 10/299c 1778
Les petits riens The Little Nothings K.Anh. 10/299b 1778 Ballet
Great Mass KV 427 C Minor 1783 Mass
Missa solemnis KV 337 C Major 1780 Mass
Coronation Mass Krönungsmesse ;Mass No.15 ; Missa KV 317 C Major 1779 Mass
Missa Brevis KV 275/272b B-flat Major 1777 Mass
Mass #13 "Missa longa" KV 262/246a C Major 1776 Mass
Missa brevis Orgelsolo-Messe ; Organ Solo Mass ; Mass No.12 KV 259 C Major 1776 Mass
Missa brevis Spaur KV 258 C Major 1776 Mass
Missa Brevis Credo KV 257 C Major 1776 Mass
Missa Brevis Sparrow Mass; Spatzenmesse KV 220/196b C Major 1776 Mass
Missa Brevis #8 KV 194/186h D Major 1774 Mass
Missa in honorem Sanctissimae Trinitatis KV 167 C Major 1773 Mass
Missa brevis KV 192/186f F Major 1774 Mass
Missa Brevis Pastoral KV 140 G Major 1773 Mass
Missa solemnis Waisenhausmesse KV 139 C Minor 1768 Mass
Missa solemnis Dominicusmesse KV 66 C Major 1769 Mass
Missa brevis KV 65 D Minor 1769 Mass
Missa Brevis KV 49 G Major 1768 Mass
Kyrie K.Anh. 15/323 C Major 1779 Mass
Kyrie KV 322/296a E-flat Major 1779 Mass
Kyrie KV 341/368a D Minor 1781 Mass
Kyrie for 4 Voices and Organ KV 90 D Minor 1772 Mass
Kyrie KV 33 F Major 1766 Mass
Sancta Maria, mater Dei KV 273 F Major 1777 Religious work
Alma Dei creatoris KV 277/272a F Major 1777 Offertory
Venite populi KV 260/248a D Major 1775 Offertory
Misericordias Domini KV 222/205a D Minor 1775 Offertory
Sub tuum praesidium KV 198/Anh C 03.08 F Major 1775 Offertory
Benedictus sit Deus KV 117; 66a/47b C Major 1768 Offertory
Inter natos mulierium KV 72/74f G Major 1774 Offertory
Scande Coeli Limina KV 34 C Major 1767 Offertory
Vesperae solennes de confessore KV 339 C Major 1780 Religious work
Vesperae solennes de Dominica KV 321 C Major 1779 Religious work
Aria for Soprano "Kommet her, ihr frechen Sünder" KV 146/317b B-flat 1779
Zwei deutsche Kirchenlieder Two German Hymns KV 343/336c 1779 Hymn
Tantum Ergo KV 197/Anh. C 3.05 D Major 1775 Hymn
Ave verum corpus KV 618 D Major 1791 Motet
Exsultate, jubilate for Soprano KV 165/158a F Major 1773 Motet
Ergo interest ″Quaere superna″ KV 143/73a G Major 1773
Veni Sancte Spiritus KV 47 C Major 1768 Sacred choral
God is Our Refuge KV 20 G Minor 1765 Motet
Laut verkünde unsre Freude Eine kleine Freimaurerkantate ; Kleine Freimauerer-Kantate ; Freemason Cantata ; Masonic Cantata KV 623 C Major 1791 Cantata
Die ihr des unermeßlichen Weltalls Eine kleine deutsche Kantate ; Little German Cantata KV 619 C Major 1791 Cantata
Die Maurerfreude The Mason's Joy KV 471 1785 Cantata
Davide penitente KV 469 C Minor 1785 Cantata
Dir, Seele des Weltalls KV 429 E-flat Major 1783 Cantata
Grabmusik Cantata on the Holy Grave of Christ KV 42/35a C Major 1767 Cantata
Kommet her, ihr frechen Sünder Aria (Passionslied) for Soprano KV 146/317b B-flat Major 1779 Oratorio
La Betulia liberata The Liberation of Bethulia ; Azione sacre KV 118 F Major 1771 Oratorio
Church Sonata #17 KV 336/336d C Major 1780 Sonata
Church Sonata #16 KV 329/317a C Major 1779 Sonata
Church Sonata #15 KV 328/317c C Major 1779 Sonata
Church Sonata #14 KV 278/271e C Major 1777 Sonata
Church Sonata #13 KV 274/271d G Major 1777 Sonata
Church Sonata #12 KV 263 C Major 1776 Sonata
Church Sonata #11 KV 245 D Major 1776 Sonata
Church Sonata #10 KV 244 F Major 1776 Sonata
Church Sonata #9 KV 241 G Major 1776 Sonata
Church Sonata #8 KV 225/b241 A Major 1776 Sonata
Church Sonata #7 KV 224/241a F Major 1776 Sonata
Church Sonata #6 KV 212 B-flat Major 1775 Sonata
Church Sonata #5 KV 145/124b F Major 1772 Sonata
Church Sonata #4 KV 144/124a D Major 1772 Sonata
Church Sonata #3 KV 69/41k D Major 1772 Sonata
Church Sonata #2 KV 68/41i B-flat Major 1772 Sonata
Church Sonata #1 KV 67/41h E-flat Major 1772 Sonata
Andante for mechanical organ KV 616 F Major 1791
Fantasia for a Mechanical Organ KV 608 F Minor 1791
Adagio and Allegro KV 594 F Minor 1790
Eine kleine Gigue KV 574 G Major 1789 Gigue
Fugue KV 401/375e G Minor 1782 Fugue
Suite for Piano KV 399/385i C Major 1782 Suite
Fugue for Piano KV 154/385k G Minor 1782 Fugue
Fugue for Piano KV 153/375f E-flat Major 1782 Fugue
Laßt uns mit geschlungen Händen KV 623a 1791
The Little Masonic Cantata Laut verkünde unsre Freude KV 623 1791
Cantata for tenor and piano Die ihr die unermesslichen Weltalls Schöpfer ehrt KV 619 1791
Two songs for tenor and organ Zur Eröffnung der Freimaurerloge: "Ihr Unsre Neuen Leiter" KV 484 1786
Two songs for tenor and organ Zur Eröffnung der Freimaurerloge: "Zerfließet Heut, Geliebter Brüder" KV 483 1786
The Masonic Funeral Music Maurerische Trauermusik KV 477/479a C Minor 1785
Gesellenreise Lied zur Gesellenreise ; Die ihr einem neuen Grad ; Masonic Fellowship Song ; Lebensreise KV 468 B-flat Major 1785 Song(s)
Lobegesang auf die feierliche Johannisloge: O heiliges Band der Freundschaft treuer Brüder O sacred bond of friendship between true brothers KV 148/125h 1772 Song(s)
Adagio KV 410 F Major 1785 Canon
Adagio KV 411 B-flat Major 1784 Adagio
Lied zur Gesellenreise Die ihr einem neuen Grad ; Masonic Fellowship Song ; Lebensreise KV 468 B-flat Major 1785 Song(s)
Zerfliesset heut', geliebte Bruder KV 483 B-flat Major 1785 Song(s)
Ihr unsre neuen Leiter Zum Schluß der Freimaurerloge KV 484 G Major 1785 Song(s)
Maurerische Trauermusik Masonic Funeral Music KV 477 C Minor 1785
Die ihr des unermesslichen Weltalls Schopfer ehrt Eine kleine deutsche Kantate ; Little German Cantata KV 619 C Major 1791 Cantata
Adagio and Fugue String Quartet No.27 ; Adagio und Fuge KV 546 C Minor 1788 Adagio
Lobegesang auf die feierliche Johannisloge O heiliges Band der Freundschaft KV 148/125h D Major 1776 Song(s)
Laut verkunde unsre Freude Eine kleine Freimaurerkantate ; Kleine Freimauerer-Kantate ; Freemason Cantata ; Masonic Cantata KV 623 C Major 1791 Cantata
Misera, dove son? Ah! non son io che parlo KV 369 E-flat Major 1781 Aria
Bella mia fiamma Resta, o cara! KV 528 C Major 1787 Recitative
A questo seno deh vieni Or che il cielo a me KV 374 E-flat Major 1781 Aria
Vorrei spiegarvi, oh Dio, KV 418 1783 Aria
Chi sà, chi sà, qual sia KV 582 C Major 1789 Aria
Vado, ma dove? Vado, ma dove? oh Dei! KV 583 E-flat Major 1789 Aria
Ch'io mi scordi di te? Non temer, amato bene KV 505 E-flat Major 1786 Recitative
Nehmt meinen Dank Nehmt meinen Dank, ihr holden Gönner KV 383 G Major 1782 Aria
Non curo l'affetto 1771 Song(s)
Schon lacht der holde Frühling KV 580 B-flat Major 1789 Song(s)
Un moto di gioia mi sento Schon klopfet mein liebender Busen KV 579 G Major 1789 Song(s)
Alma grande e nobil core KV 578 B-flat Major 1789 Song(s)
Al desio di chi t'adora KV 577 F Major 1789 Song(s)
Ah se in ciel, benigne stelle KV 538 F Major 1788 Song(s)
Ah se in ciel, benigne stelle KV 538 F Major 1788 Song(s)
Bella mia fiamma, addio! ... Resta, oh cara! KV 528 C Major 1787 Song(s)
Ch'io mi scordi di te? … Non temer, amato bene KV 505 E-flat Major 1786 Recitative
Basta, vincesti … Ah, non lasciarmi, no KV 486a/295a E-flat Major 1778 Recitative
In te spero, oh sposo amato KV 440/383h C Major 1782 Aria
No,no che non sei capace KV 419 1783 Aria
Vorrei spiegarvi, oh Dio! KV 418 1783 Song(s)
Mia speranza adorata! … Ah, non sai qual pena KV 416 B-flat Major 1783 Song(s)
Nehmt meinen Dank, ihr holden Gönner! KV 383 G Major 1782 Song(s)
A questo seno deh vieni … Or che il cielo a me ti rende KV 374 E-flat Major 1781 Song(s)
Ma che vi fece, o stelle … Sperai vicino il lido KV 368 1781 Song(s)
Popoli di Tessaglia Io non chiedo KV 316 C Major 1779 Song(s)
Alcandro, Io confesso … Non sò d'onde viene KV 512 F Major 1787 Recitative
Ah, lo previdi! … Ah, t'invola … Deh, non varcar KV 272 C Minor 1777 Recitative
Voi avete un cor fedele KV 217 G Major 1775 Aria
Ah, spiegarti, oh Dio KV 178/417e 1783 Aria
Der Liebe himmlisches Gefühl KV 119/382h A Major 1782 Aria
Fra cento affanni KV 88/73c C Major 1770 Aria
Se tutti i mali miei KV 83/73p E-flat Major 1770 Aria
Se ardire, e speranza KV 82/73o F Major 1770 Aria
Cara, se le mie pene KV deest 1769 Aria
O temerario Arbace! … Per quel paterno amplesso KV 79/73d B-flat Major 1766 Aria
Per pietà, bell'idol mio KV 78/73b E-flat Major 1770 Aria
Misero me! … Misero pargoletto KV 77/73e B-flat Major 1770 Aria
A Berenice … Sol nascente KV 70/61c G Major 1769 Recitative
Conservati fedele KV 23 A Major 1765 Aria
Ombra felice! … Io ti lascio KV 255 F Major 1776 Aria
Va, dal furor portata KV 21/19c C Major 1765 Aria
Or che il dover – Tali e cotanti sono KV 36/33i 1766 Aria
Ah, più tremar non voglio KV 71 F Major 1770 Aria
Si mostra la sorte KV 209 D Major 1775 Aria
Con ossequio, con rispetto KV 210 1775 Aria
Clarice cara mia sposa KV 256 D Major 1776 Aria
Se al labbro mio non credi KV 295 B-flat Major 1778 Recitative
Per pietà, non ricercate KV 420 E-flat Major 1783 Aria
Misero! O sogno … Aura, che intorno spiri KV 431/425b E-flat Major 1783 Recitative
Müßt' ich auch durch tausend Drachen KV 435/416b D Major 1783 Aria
Io ti lascio, oh cara, addio K.Anh. 245/621a 1791 Aria
Per questa bella mano KV 612 D Major 1791 Aria
Un bacio di mano KV 541 F Major 1788 Aria
Ein deutsches Kriegslied Ich möchte wohl der Kaiser sein KV 539 A Major 1788 Song(s)
Mentre ti lascio, oh figlia KV 513 E-flat Major 1787 Aria
Männer suchen stets zu naschen Warnung KV 46c33/41 F Major 1783 Aria
Così dunque tradisci … Aspri rimorsi atroci KV 432/421a F Minor 1783 Recitative
Un dente guasto e gelato KV 209a 1775 Aria
Caro mio Druck und Schluck Scherzhaftes Quartett K.Anh. 5 ;571a E-flat Major 1789 Quartet
Più non si trovano KV 549 B-flat Major 1788
Grazie agl'inganni tuoi KV 532 B-flat Major 1785 Trio
Del gran regno delle amazzone KV 434/480b B-flat Major 1785 Aria
Zerfließet heut', geliebte Brüder KV 483 B-flat Major 1785 Song(s)
Mandina amabile Terzett KV 480 A Major 1785 Trio
Dite almeno, in che mancai KV 479 E-flat Major 1785 Quartet
Liebes Manndel, wo ist's Bandel? KV 441 G Major 1786 Trio
Due pupille amabili KV 439 F Major 1783 Nocturne
Se lontan, ben mio, tu sei KV 438 E-flat Major 1783 Nocturne
Mi lagnerò tacendo KV 437 G Major 1783 Nocturne
Ecco quel fiero istante La Partenza ; Notturno KV 436 F Major 1783 Nocturne
Luci care, luci belle Ihr geliebten Augensterne KV 346/439a 1783 Nocturne
Ach, was müssen wir erfahren! K.Anh. 024a 1767 Duet
Das Kinderspiel Wir Kinder, wir schmecken KV 598 A Major 1791 Song(s)
Der Frühling KV 597 E-flat Major 1791 Song(s)
Sehnsucht nach dem Frühling KV 596 F Major 1791 Lieder
Lied beim Auszug in in das Feld KV 552 A Major 1788
Die kleine Spinnerin KV 531 C Major 1787 Song(s)
Das Traumbild KV 530 E-flat Major 1787 Song(s)
Des kleinen Friedrichs Geburtstag Es war einmal ; Am Geburtstag des Fritzes KV 529 F Major 1787 Song(s)
An Chloe Wenn die Lieb KV 524 E-flat Major 1787 Song(s)
Abendempfindung an Laura KV 523 F Major 1787 Song(s)
Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen Liebhabers verbrannte KV 520 C Minor 1787 Lieder
Das Lied der Trennung KV F Minor 1787 Song(s)
Die Verschweigung KV 518 F Major 1787 Song(s)
Die Alte KV 517 E Minor 1787 Song(s)
Einsam bin ich, meine Liebe K.Anh. 26/ K. 475a 1785 Song(s)
Lied der Freiheit KV 506 F Major 1785 Song(s)
Das Veilchen The Violet KV 476 G Major 1785 Song(s)
Die betrogene Welt KV 474 G Major 1785 Song(s)
Die Zufriedenheit KV 473 B-flat Major 1785 Song(s)
Der Zauberer Ihr Mädchen KV 472 G Minor 1785 Song(s)
Bardengesang auf Gibraltar K.Anh. 25/386d 1782 Song(s)
Verdankt sei es dem Glanz der Großen KV 392/340a F Major 1782 Song(s)
Sei du mein Trost An die Einsamkeit KV 391/340b B-flat Major 1782 Song(s)
Ich würd' auf meinem Pfad KV 390/340c D Minor 1782 Song(s)
Komm, liebe Zither, komm KV 351/367b C Major 1781 Song(s)
Die Zufriedenheit KV 349/367a G Major 1781 Song(s)
Dans un bois solitaire KV 308/295b A Major 1778 Aria
Oiseaux, si tous les ans KV 307/284d C Major 1777 Aria
Lobgesang auf die feierliche Johannisloge O heiliges Band KV 148/125h D Major 1772 Song(s)
Wie unglücklich bin ich nit KV 147/125g F Major 1772 Song(s)
An die Freude KV 53/47e F Major 1768 Song(s)
Canonical Study for 4 1787 Canon
Canon for 4 Instruments Canon
Canon for 4 Canon
Caro bell' idol mio KV 562 1788
Bona nox! bist a rechta Ox KV 561 A Major 1788 Canon
11. Canon for 4 1788 Canon
10. Canon for 4 1788 Canon
9. Canon for 4 1788 Canon
Canon for 4 Voices O du eselhafter Martin KV 560 F Major 1783 Canon
O du eselhafter Peierl KV 559a F Major 1787 Canon
Canon for 3 Voices Difficile lectu mihi mars KV 559 F Major 1788 Canon
Canon in 4 Parts Gehn wir im Prater, gehn wir in d'Hetz KV 558 B-flat Major 1788 Canon
Canon for 4 Voice Nascoso è il mio sol KV 557 F Minor 1788 Canon
Canon for 4 Voices Grechtelt's enk KV 556 G Major 1788 Canon
Lacrimoso son'io KV 555 1788 Canon
Canon for 4 Voices Ave Maria KV 554 F Major 1788 Canon
Canon for 4 voices Alleluia KV 553 1788 Canon
Canon for 4 voices Alleluia KV 553 C Major 1788 Canon
Canons for 2 or 3 Voices KV 508a 1786 Canon
Canon for 3 Voices Auf das Wohl aller Freunde KV 508 F Major 1786 Canon
Canon for 3 Voices Heiterkeit und leichtes Blut KV 507 F Major 1786 Canon
Canon for 12 Voices V'amo di core KV 348/382g G Major 1782 Canon
Canon for 6 voices Wo der perlende Wein im Glase blinkt KV 347/382f D Major 1782 Canon
Canon for 3 Voices Bei der Hitz im Sommer eß ich KV 234/382e G Major 1782 Canon
Canon for 3 voices Leck mir den Arsch fein recht schön sauber KV 233/382d B-flat Major 1782 Canon
Canon for 4 voices Lieber Freistädtler, lieber Gaulimauli KV 232/509a G Major 1787 Canon
Canon for 6 voices Leck mich im Arsch; Lasst froh uns sein KV 231/382c B-flat Major 1782 Canon
Canon for 2 voices Selig, selig alle KV 230/382b C Minor 1782 Canon
Canon for 3 voices Sie ist dahin KV 229/382a C Minor 1782 Canon
Double Canon for 4 Voices first version Ach! zu kurz KV 228/515b B-flat Major 1787 Canon
Double Canon for 4 Voices second version Ach! zu kurz KV 228/515b F Major 1787 Canon
Four Riddle Canons 4 Puzzle Canons KV 89a/73r 1772 Canon
Kyrie KV 89/73k G Major 1772 Religious work
6. "Canon for 3" 1786 Canon
7. "Canon for 2" 1786 Canon
"Canon for 4" 1786 Canon
4. "Canon for 4" 1786 Canon
3. "Canon for 4" 1782 Canon
2. "Canon for 4 1782 Canon
1. "Canon for 6" 1782 Canon
Piano Quartet #2 KV 493 E-flat Major 1786 Quartet
Piano Quartet #1 KV 478 G Minor 1785 Quartet
Quintet for Piano and Winds KV 452 E-flat Major 1784 Quintet
Clarinet Quintet KV 581 A Major 1789 Quintet
Twelve Variations on "Ah vous dirai-je, Maman" KV 265/300 C Major 1782 Theme and variations
Fantasies KV 475
Concertos KV 370b Concerto
6 Contredanses KV 448b Contredanse
Fugues KV 404b
Rondos KV 386
Sonatas KV 374d Sonata
Sonatas KV 373a Sonata
Ah spiegarti oh Dio vorrei. Sketches KV 417e Opera
Sonatas KV 123a Sonata
Variations KV 573 Variations
Quartets KV 417b
Trios KV 498
Variations KV 455 Variations
Variations KV 613 Variations
Adagio KV 540
Contrapuntal studies KV anh. c9.07
Variations KV 501 Variations
Non temer amato bene KV 490
Duets KV 423
Quintets KV 516b
Litanies KV 243
Masses KV c1.04
Heiliger sieh gnädig hernieder KV b125
Herr vor deinem Throne KV b259 Sacred Song
Divertimentos KV 320b Divertimento
Quartets KV 370
Symphonies KV b425
Männer suchen stets zu naschen KV 416c Lieder
Ständchen KV c9.04
Concertos KV 414 Concerto
Masses KV c1.06
Quintets KV 386c Divertimento
Concertos KV 387b Concerto
Fugues KV 154
Fugues KV 153
Litaniae de Venerabili Altaris Sacramento (Heiliger, sieh gnädig) KV anhang b zu 125
Litaniae Lauretanae BVM (Allerbarmer höre) KV anhang zu 74e 9109)
Misericordias Domini KV 205a Motet
Litaniae de Venerabili Altaris Sacramento (Heiliger, sieh gnädig) KV 125 Cantata
Masses KV anh. 232 Sacred Song

Elena Mosuc Queen of the Night Aria

From the FIFA World Player Gala on December 18th at the Zurich Opera

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David Greilsammer Plays Mozart's Fantasia in C Minor, K. 475

WQXR's Midday Masterpieces series comes to you live every Wednesday at 1 pm on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WQXRClassical/ Watch pianist David Greilsammer play Mozart's Fantasia in C Minor, K. 475. WQXR's Midday Masterpieces Host: Terrance McKnight Producers: Eileen Delahunty, Aaron Dalton & Christine Herskovits Video Producer: Kim Nowacki Audio Engineer: Irene Trudel Executive Producer: Martha Bonta

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Mozart : Le nozze di Figaro l Angelika Kirchschlager as Cherubino "Non so più" (Blu-ray highlight)

A historical production by Jean-Louis Martinoty, these "Nozze di Figaro" recorded in Paris and conducted by René Jacobs, first issued on DVD, are now available on DVD & Blu-ray ! Check out on Amazon : http://geni.us/XsZL Learn more on website : http://geni.us/oHgnn Subscribe to BelAir Classiques : http://bit.ly/2g1aCPA Follow on Facebook : http://bit.ly/BelAirFacebook Follow on Twitter : http://bit.ly/TwitterBelAir Follow on Instagram : http://bit.ly/InstaBelAir Recorded at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in June 2004, these Nozze di Figaro were unanimously acclaimed by public and critics alike as a Mozart opera landmark. Director Jean-Louis Martinoty brings an elegantly intelligent narrative sense to an interpretation in which the protagonists, against a backdrop of magnificent canvases of 18th-century inspiration, are dressed by Sylvie de Segonzac in a palette in which every shade is perfect. Hans Schavernoch’s set suggests an elitist society that is coming apart at the seams. René Jacobs’s conducting of Concerto Köln is meticulous and perfectly balanced, offering a ravishing use of tonal colour and orchestral dynamics. A veteran Almaviva, the excellent Pitero Spagnoli plays opposite Annette Dasch’s beauteous Countess. As Figaro and Susanna, Luca Pisaroni and Rosemary Joshua are a truly sparkling couple, while mezzo Angelika Kirchschlager embodies the most divinely troubling of Cherubino. The exceptional quality of this production, and the great success encountered by its first edition on DVD, inevitably led to the remastering in high-definition of this program, now and for the first time also available on Blu-ray. ******************************************************************* Opera in four acts Music : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Libretto : Lorenzo Da Ponte Il Conte : Pietro Spagnoli La Contessa : Annette Dasch Susanna : Rosemary Joshua Figaro : Luca Pisaroni Cherubino : Angelika Kirchschlager Marcellina : Sophie Pondjiclis Antonio : Alessandro Svab Bartolo : Antonio Abete Don Basilio : Enrico Facini Barbarina : Pauline Courtin Don Curzio : Serge Goubioud Concerto Köln Conductor : René Jacobs Chorus of the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Stage direction : Jean-Louis Martinoty Chorus master : Irene Kudela

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Sonya Yoncheva & Alfredo Daza "Là ci darem la mano"

Sonya Yoncheva and Alfredo Daza singing "Là ci darem la mano" from Mozart's "Don Giovanni" accompanied by Giuseppe Mentuccia during the Rolex "Perpetual Music" Concert at Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin. You may watch the complete concert on Medici.tv clicking on the following link: https://www.medici.tv/en/concerts/rolex-gala-sonya-yoncheva/

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LARS VOGT - Mozart Piano Concerto in D mnor - Sakari Oramo / Proms 2015

Lars Vogt performs Mozart's Piano Concerto in D minor with Sakari Oramo conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra on the first night of the Proms in 2015. Mr. Vogt's exceptional playing is otherwise marred only his own rather unconventional cadenza in the first movement.

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Julia Lezhneva sings "Exsultate, jubilate" from Mozart's "Exsultate, jubilate, K165"

Julia Lezhneva sings "Exsultate, jubilate" from Mozart's "Exsultate, jubilate, K165" iTunes: http://smarturl.it/AlleluiaLezhneva Amazon: http://smarturl.it/LezhnevaAlleluia Sign up to Julia's mailing list and discover more at www.julialezhneva.com Like Julia on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Julia-Lezhneva-official/180974205286192?ref=ts&fref=ts

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Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 23 in A, K. 488 [complete]

The Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major (K. 488) is a musical composition for piano and orchestra written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It was finished, according to Mozart's own catalogue, on March 2, 1786, around the time of the premiere of his opera, The Marriage of Figaro. It was one of three subscription concerts given that spring and was probably played by Mozart himself at one of these. The concerto is scored for piano solo and an orchestra consisting of one flute, two clarinets, two bassoons, two horns and strings. In Mozart's later works the wind instruments are equal to the stringed instruments, and this is also the case in this concerto. It has three movements: 1. Allegro in A major and common time. 2. Adagio in F-sharp minor and 6/8 time (in later editions, the tempo is listed as Andante). 3. Allegro assai in A and alla breve (in later editions, the tempo is listed as Presto). In Rondo form. The first movement is mostly sunny and positive with the occasional melancholic touches typical of Mozart pieces in A major and is in sonata form. The piece begins with a double exposition, the first played by the orchestra, and the second when the piano joins in. The first exposition is static from a tonal point of view and is quite concise, the third theme is not yet revealed. The second exposition includes the soloist and is modulatory. It is also includes the third previously unheard third theme. The second exposition is ornamented as opposed to the first exposition which is not. The second theme has harmonic tension. This is expressed by dissonances that are played on the beat, and then solved by an interval of a second going downwards. This is also expressed in the use of chromatics in the melody and bass lines which is a cause for harmonic tension, as the listeners anticipate the arrival of the tonic. The second, slow movement, in ternary form, is melancholic and somewhat operatic in tone. The piano begins alone with a theme characterized by unusually wide leaps. This is the only movement by Mozart in F sharp minor. The dynamics are soft throughout most of the piece. The middle of the movement contains a brighter section in A major announced by flute and clarinet that Mozart would later use to introduce the trio "Ah! taci ingiusto core!" in his opera Don Giovanni. The third movement is a vigorous and cheerful rondo, shaded by moves into other keys as is the opening movement (to C major from E minor and back during the secondary theme in this case, for instance) and with a central section whose opening in F sharp minor is interrupted by a clarinet tune in D major, an intrusion that reminds us, notes Girdlestone, that instrumental music at the time was informed by opera buffa and its sudden changes of point of view as well as of scene. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE .mp3 and .wav files of all Mozart's music at: http://www.mozart-archiv.de/ FREE sheet music scores of any Mozart piece at: http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/start.php?l=2 ALSO check out these cool sites: http://musopen.org/ and http://imslp.org/wiki/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: I do not know who the performers of this are, nor the place and date of recording!!! Any suggestions are welcome. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ENJOY!!!! :D

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Mozart -Piano Concerto No 23 A major K 488, Maurizio Pollini, Karl Bohm

Mozart Piano Concerto No 23 A major K 488 Maurizio Pollini, piano Karl Böhm , Wiener Philharmoniker

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W. A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23 - Christian Zacharias - Sinfónica de Galicia

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concierto para piano y orquesta nº 23, en la mayor, K 488 Allegro (00:23) Adagio (11:23) Allegro assai (17:39) Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia Christian Zacharias, piano y director Grabación realizada en el Palacio de la Ópera de A Coruña el 29 de mayo de 2013. Realización de Antonio Cid www.sinfonicadegalicia.com https://twitter.com/osggalicia https://www.facebook.com/sinfonicadegalicia

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Mozart - Concerto no 23 in A major k 488 - Daniil Trifonov and the Israel Camerata Orchestra

Daniil Trifonov and the Israel Camerata Orchestra performing Mozart - Concerto no 23 in A major k 488 at the Arthur Rubinstein Piano Master Competition (Tel Aviv). Conducted by Avner Biron. Since its inception in 1974, the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition is one of the foremost Piano Competitions in the world. Arthur Rubinstein, who gave his blessing to the competition, headed the jury of the first two competitions (1974 & 1977). The competition, is held every three years in Tel Aviv, Israel. Subscribe for more classical piano music videos: http://www.youtube.com/AthurRubinstein http://www.arims.org.il

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Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488 (Murray Perahia)

00:00 - Allegro 11:43 - Adagio 19:10 - Allegro assai Murray Perahia English Chamber Orchestra 1984

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Mozart - Clarinet Concerto in A, K. 622

Mozart's Clarinet concerto in A major, K. 622 was written in 1791 for the clarinetist Anton Stadler. It consists of the usual three movements, in a fast-slow-fast form: 1. Allegro 2. Adagio and 3. Rondo: Allegro. It was also one of Mozart's final completed works, and his final purely instrumental work (he died in the December following its completion). The concerto is notable for its delicate interplay between soloist and orchestra, and for the lack of overly extroverted display on the part of the soloist (no cadenzas are written out in the solo part). Mozart originally wrote the work for basset clarinet, a special clarinet championed by Stadler that had a range down to low (written) C, instead of stopping at (written) E as standard clarinets do. As most clarinets could not play the low notes which Mozart wrote to highlight this instrument, Mozart's publisher arranged a version of the concerto with the low notes transposed to regular range, and did not publish the original version. This has proven a problematic decision, as the autograph no longer exists, having been pawned by Stadler, and until the mid 20th century musicologists did not know that the only version of the concerto written by Mozart's hand had not been heard since Stadler's lifetime. Once the problem was discovered, attempts were made to reconstruct the original version, and new basset clarinets have been built for the specific purpose of performing Mozart's concerto and clarinet quintet. There can no longer be any doubt that the concerto was composed for an extended-range clarinet. In this context it is worth noting two other works written for Stadler and his instrument by composers closely linked to the Mozart-Stadler circle that used the extended range of Stadler's instrument: the clarinet concerto by Franz Xaver Süssmayr (famous for having completed Mozart's Requiem) and that by Joseph Leopold Eybler. In recent years, the restored original version has been recorded by a number of different artists. The concerto was given its premiere by Stadler in Prague on October 16, 1791. Reception of his performance was generally positive. The Berlin Musikalisches Wochenblatt noted in January of 1792, "Herr Stadeler, a clarinettist from Vienna. A man of great talent and recognised as such at court... His playing is brilliant and bears witness to his assurance." There was some disagreement on the value of Stadler's extension; some even faulted Mozart for writing for the extended instrument. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE .mp3 and .wav files of all Mozart's music at: http://www.mozart-archiv.de/ FREE sheet music scores of any Mozart piece at: http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/start.php?l=2 ALSO check out these cool sites: http://musopen.org/ and http://imslp.org/wiki/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: I do not know who the performers of this are, nor the place and date of recording!!! Any suggestions are welcome. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ENJOY!!!! :D

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Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A major K 622

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.622

Iceland Symphony Orchestra Cornelius Meister, conductor Arngunnur Árnadóttir, clarinet Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.622 0:00 - Allegro 0:27 - Adagio 12:58 - Rondo (Allegro) 20:07 From Iceland Symphony's concert, Harpa, Reykjavík, September 10th 2015.

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W.A.Mozart: Clarinet concerto in A major, K.622 with Nadja Drakslar

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Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A, K.622

W.A. Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A, K.622 Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra Carlo Ponti, conductor Juan Gallegos, clarinet For more information, please visit: http://www.lavirtuosi.org

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Mozart Piano Sonata No 8 A minor K 310 Barenboim

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Mozart - Piano Sonata No. 8 in A minor, K. 310

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Sonata No. 8 in A minor, K. 310/300d, written in 1778 is a sonata in three movements: 1. Allegro maestoso, common time 2. Andante cantabile con espressione, F major, 3/4 3. Presto, 2/4 A typical performance takes about 22 minutes. The A minor sonata is the first of only two Mozart piano sonatas to have been composed in a minor key (the other being the No. 14 in C minor, K. 457). Written around the time of the death of Mozart's mother, it is one of the darkest of his sonatas. The last movement in particular has an obsessive, haunted quality about it, heightened near the end by the interruption of the relentless drive to the conclusion by repeated and chilling quiet falling passages. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE .mp3 and .wav files of all Mozart's music at: http://www.mozart-archiv.de/ FREE sheet music scores of any Mozart piece at: http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/start.php?l=2 ALSO check out these cool sites: http://musopen.org/ and http://imslp.org/wiki/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: I do not know who the performers of this are, nor the place and date of recording!!! Any suggestions are welcome. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ENJOY!!!! :D

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Mozart Piano Sonata No. 8 in a-minor KV 310, Grigory Sokolov

Grigory Sokolov: Mozart Piano Sonata No. 8 in a-minor KV 310 1. Allegro maestoso [0:00] 2. Andante cantabile con espressione [8:33] 3. Presto [19:09] This work was on his program from February until December 2012. From "Mozart's piano sonatas" by Paul and Eva Badura-Skoda (from the web site of Henle Verlag, www.henle.de): Mit der a-Moll-Sonate wird plötzlich ein Abgrund aufgerissen. Alfred Einstein dürfte recht gehabt haben, wenn er annahm, dass diese Sonate unter dem Eindruck des Todes der Mutter in Paris entstanden sein muss und wenn er damit die in dieser Sonate ausgedrückte Tragik erklärt. ERSTER SATZ Allegro maestoso ist der erste Satz überschrieben, und er beginnt auch mit einem wahrhaft majestätischen Thema. Früher galt ja der punktierte Rhythmus als Symbol des Majestätischen und wurde von Mozarts Zeitgenossen als solches verstanden. Die unerbittlich klopfenden Akkorde der orchestralen Begleitung freilich zeigen keine festliche, sondern viel eher eine dämonische, düstere Majestät: Ein ständiges Hin und Her zwischen Aufbäumen und Resignation oder Verzweiflung charakterisiert diesen ersten Satz. Die Vorschlagsnoten im 2. und 4. Takt des ersten Thema sind sicherlich jeweils „lang" zu nehmen. Anstelle eines zweiten Themas steht (ab Takt 23) [0:44] eine durchgehende Sechzehntel-Bewegung, der eine polyphonierende Zweistimmigkeit in der linken Hand ab Takt 28 [0:53] folgt. Die letzten fünf Takte der Exposition [1:24] bringen nochmals den punktierten Rhythmus des Hauptgedankens. In der Durchführung [3:07] bricht dann ein Sturm los, wie er nicht seinesgleichen hat, weder bei Mozart noch in der Klaviermusik seiner Zeit. Ganz ungewöhnlich ist dabei der vorgeschriebene dynamische Kontrast zwischen ff und pp und danach wieder ff, wie Mozart ihn für die drei Wellen der Durchführung vorzeichnete. Spezielle Beachtung verdienen zwei verminderte Septimenakkorde in Takt 126/127 [5:31], die in der Klassik-Epoche immer Ausdruck höchster Tragik und Erschütterung bedeuteten. ZWEITER SATZ Wunderbar ist dann der milde Trost, das ruhige „Schreiten der Grazien" im zweiten Satz dieser Sonate [5:47], ein Andante cantabile con espressione in F-Dur, das mit Würde zu spielen ist. Trotz einer lyrischen Grundstimmung vermittelt dieser ausdrucksvolle Satz etwas leidenschaftlich-Großartiges und ist somit weit entfernt von der warmen und graziösen Innigkeit anderer Mittelsätze in einer Dur-Tonart. Ein zweites Thema (ab Takt 15) [9:53] erinnert mit seinen Tonwiederholungen im Aufbau übrigens deutlich an das Seitenthema im zweiten Satz der Symphonie KV 201. Die großartige Steigerung in der Durchführung mit dem Höhepunkt in Takt 43-49 [15:10] erweckt natürlich Reminiszenzen an die Durchführung des ersten Satzes. Umso schöner ist dann die Rückkehr zum trostreichen Hauptthema und zur Reprise [16:00]. DRITTER SATZ Der dritte Satz [19:07] führt wieder in die düstere Stimmung des ersten Satzes zurück, nur dass er anstelle der orchestralen Dramatik nur eine im presto-Tempo dahinhuschende schattenhafte Darstellung des tragischen Grundaffekts gibt. Anders als Beethoven kennt Mozart in den Finali seiner Moll-Sonaten und Symphonie nicht oder nur selten die Befreiung in strahlendes Dur, die Überwindung der Tragik durch die Freude. Schicksalshaft kehren die meisten seiner Moll-Stücke nach Dur-Episoden in die Stimmung des Anfangs zurück. So ist es auch hier. Dieser Presto-Satz ist eines der düstersten Stücke, die Mozart je geschrieben hat, mit einem merkwürdigen Wechsel von Aufbäumen und Verzweiflung. Nur einmal wird in diesem Satz eine subtil zarte, lichte Vision der Seligkeit in A-Dur, eine Fata Morgana, kurz sichtbar; danach kehrt die Stimmung der Verzweiflung und Resignation vom Anfang zurück. Trotzig und energisch schließt der Satz in a-Moll. The sheet music is freely available at imslp.org. This edition is Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig 1878 (public domain: free from copyrights).

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Claudio Arrau - Mozart - Piano Sonata No 8 in A minor, K 310

Support us on Patreon and get more content: https://www.patreon.com/classicalvault --- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Sonata No 8 in A minor, K 310 1 Allegro maestoso 2 Andante cantabile con espressione 3 Presto Claudio Arrau, piano

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Mozart - String Quartet No. 15 in D minor, K. 421 / K. 417b

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's String Quartet No. 15 in D minor K. 421/417b, the second of the Quartets dedicated to Haydn and the only one of the set in a minor key, is believed to have been completed in 1783. The quartet is, however, undated in the autograph. It is in four movements: 1. Allegro moderato 2. Andante (F major) 3. Menuetto and Trio (the latter in D major). Allegretto 4. Allegretto ma non troppo The first movement is characterized by a sharp contrast between the aperiodicity of the first subject group, characterized by Arnold Schoenberg as "prose-like," and the "wholly periodic" second subject group. In the Andante and the Minuet, "normal expectations of phraseology are confounded." The main part of the Minuet is in minuet sonata form, while "the contrasting major-mode Trio ... is ... almost embarrassingly lightweight on its own ... [but] makes a wonderful foil to the darker character of the Minuet." The last movement is a set of variations. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE .mp3 and .wav files of all Mozart's music at: http://www.mozart-archiv.de/ FREE sheet music scores of any Mozart piece at: http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/start.php?l=2 ALSO check out these cool sites: http://musopen.org/ and http://imslp.org/wiki/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: I do not know who the performers of this are, nor the place and date of recording!!! Any suggestions are welcome. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ENJOY!!!! :D

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Mozart String Quartet No. 15 in D Minor K 421

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W. A. Mozart - KV 421 (417b) - String Quartet No. 15 in D minor

The quartet is set in 4 movements: 1. Allegro (0:00) 2. Andante (12:05) 3. Menuetto: Allegretto (19:25) 4. Allegretto ma non troppo (23:11) Composed in Vienna in June 1783. Published as Op. 10 No. 2 in 1785 with a dedication to Joseph Haydn. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/String_Quartet_No._15_(Mozart) Performers: Mosaïques Quartet.

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Mozart - String Quartet No.15 in D minor, K. 421/K.417b

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's String Quartet No. 15 in D minor K. 421/417b, the second of the Quartets dedicated to Haydn and the only one of the set in a minor key, is believed to have been completed in 1783. The quartet is, however, undated in the autograph. It is in four movements: 1. Allegro moderato 2. Andante (F major) 3. Menuetto and Trio (the latter in D major). Allegretto 4. Allegretto ma non troppo The first movement is characterized by a sharp contrast between the aperiodicity of the first subject group, characterized by Arnold Schoenberg as "prose-like," and the "wholly periodic" second subject group. In the Andante and the Minuet, "normal expectations of phraseology are confounded." The main part of the Minuet is in minuet sonata form, while "the contrasting major-mode Trio ... is ... almost embarrassingly lightweight on its own ... [but] makes a wonderful foil to the darker character of the Minuet." The last movement is a set of variations. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 -- 5 December 1791), baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. At 17, he was engaged as a court musician in Salzburg, but grew restless and travelled in search of a better position, always composing abundantly. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his death. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized. He was survived by his wife Constanze and two sons. He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence on subsequent Western art music is profound; Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote that "posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years." Free video background: http://www.free-video-footage.com Creative Commons license: Public Domain.

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MOZART - (FULL) String Quartet No. 15 in D Minor, K 421

MOZART - (FULL) String Quartet No. 15 in D Minor, K 421 - High Quality Classical Music by Czech National Symphony Orchestra Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's String Quartet No. 15 in D minor, K. 421/417b is the second of the Quartets dedicated to Haydn and the only one of the set in a minor key. Though undated in the autograph, it is believed to have been completed in 1783. Constanze says rising string figures in the second movement corresponded to her cries from the other room. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/String_Quartet_No._15_%28Mozart%29 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 -- 5 December 1791), baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. At 17, he was engaged as a court musician in Salzburg, but grew restless and travelled in search of a better position, always composing abundantly. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his death. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized. He was survived by his wife Constanze and two sons. He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence on subsequent Western art music is profound; Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote that "posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart musique classique, klassische Musik, 古典音乐, 고전 음악, música clásica, शास्रीय संगीत, musik klasik, musica classica, クラシック音楽, klassieke muziek, klassisk musikk, música clássica, muzică clasică, классическая музыка, класична музика, klassisk musik, klasická hudba, เพลงคลาสสิค, klasik müzik, класична музика, nhạc cổ điển, موسيقى كلاسيكية

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W. A. Mozart - KV 465 - String Quartet No. 19 in C major "Dissonance"

The quartet is set in 4 movements: 1. Adagio - Allegro (0:00) 2. Andante cantabile (14:00) 3. Menuetto: Allegro (22:10) 4. Allegro (28:29) Composed in Vienna and dated January 14, 1785. Published in 1785 as Op. 10 No. 6 with a dedication to Joseph Haydn. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/String_Quartet_No._19_(Mozart) Performers: Mosaïques Quartet.

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Mozart - String Quartet No. 19 in C, K. 465

The String Quartet No. 19 in C Major, KV. 465 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, nicknamed "Dissonance" on account of its unusual slow introduction, is perhaps the most famous of his quartets. It is the last in the set of six quartets composed between 1782-1785 that he dedicated to Joseph Haydn. According to the catalog of works Mozart began early the preceding year, the quartet was completed on January 14, 1785. As is normal with Mozart's later quartets, it is in four movements: 1. Adagio-Allegro 2. Andante cantabile - in F major 3. Menuetto. Allegro. (C major, trio in C minor) 4. Allegro molto The first movement opens with ominous quiet Cs in the cello, joined successively by the viola (on A♭ moving to a G), the second violin (on E♭) and the first violin (on A), thus creating the "dissonance" itself and narrowly avoiding a greater one. This lack of harmony and fixed key continues throughout the slow introduction before resolving into the bright C major of the Allegro section of the first movement, which is in sonata form. Mozart goes on to use chromatic and whole tone scales to outline fourths. Arch shaped lines emphasizing fourths in the first violin (C - F - C) and the violoncello (G - C - C' - G') are combined with lines emphasizing fifths in the second violin and viola. Over the barline between the second and third measures of the example a fourth-suspension can be seen in the second violin's tied C. In another of his string quartets, KV 464, such fourth-suspensions are also very prominent. The second movement is in sonatina form, i.e. lacking the development section. Alfred Einstein writes of the coda of this movement that "the first violin openly expresses what seemed hidden beneath the conversational play of the subordinate theme." The third movement is a minuet and trio, with the exuberant mood of the minuet darkening into the C minor of the trio. The last movement is also in sonata form. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE .mp3 and .wav files of all Mozart's music at: http://www.mozart-archiv.de/ FREE sheet music scores of any Mozart piece at: http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/start.php?l=2 ALSO check out these cool sites: http://musopen.org/ and http://imslp.org/wiki/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: I do not know who the performers of this are, nor the place and date of recording!!! Any suggestions are welcome. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ENJOY!!!! :D

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Mozart - String Quartet No.19 in C major K.465 “Dissonance” (Hagen Quartet)

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MOZART - (FULL) String Quartet No.19 in C Major, K465 Dissonance

MOZART - (FULL) String Quartet No.19 in C Major, K465 Dissonance - High Quality Sound Complete Classical Music HD (music in public domain) HQ The String Quartet No. 19 in C Major, K. 465 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, nicknamed "Dissonance" on account of its unusual slow introduction, is perhaps the most famous of his quartets. It is the last in the set of six quartets composed between 1782 and 1785 that he dedicated to Joseph Haydn. According to the catalog of works Mozart began early the preceding year, the quartet was completed on January 14, 1785. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/String_Quartet_No._19_%28Mozart%29 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 -- 5 December 1791), baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. At 17, he was engaged as a court musician in Salzburg, but grew restless and travelled in search of a better position, always composing abundantly. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his death. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized. He was survived by his wife Constanze and two sons. He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence on subsequent Western art music is profound; Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote that "posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart musique classique, klassische Musik, 古典音乐, 고전 음악, música clásica, शास्रीय संगीत, musik klasik, musica classica, クラシック音楽, klassieke muziek, klassisk musikk, música clássica, muzică clasică, классическая музыка, класична музика, klassisk musik, klasická hudba, เพลงคลาสสิค, klasik müzik, класична музика, nhạc cổ điển, موسيقى كلاسيكية

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Dissonance, String Quartet No. 19 - Mozart (K. 465)

The Borromeo String Quartet gives a superb performance of Mozart's Dissonance, String Quartet No. 19 in C Major (K. 465). Full version in HD! The String Quartet No. 19 in C Major, K. 465 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, nicknamed "Dissonance" on account of its unusual slow introduction, is perhaps the most famous of his quartets. It is the last in the set of six quartets composed between 1782 and 1785 that he dedicated to Joseph Haydn. According to the catalog of works Mozart began early the preceding year, the quartet was completed on January 14, 1785. As is normal with Mozart's later quartets, it is in four movements: 1. Adagio-Allegro 2. Andante cantabile in F major 3. Menuetto. Allegro. (C major, trio in C minor) 4. Allegro molto The first movement opens with ominous quiet Cs in the cello, joined successively by the viola (on A♭ moving to a G), the second violin (on E♭), and the first violin (on A), thus creating the "dissonance" itself and narrowly avoiding a greater one. This lack of harmony and fixed key continues throughout the slow introduction before resolving into the bright C major of the Allegro section of the first movement, which is in sonata form. Mozart goes on to use chromatic and whole tone scales to outline fourths. Arch shaped lines emphasizing fourths in the first violin (C - F - C) and the violoncello (G - C - C' - G') are combined with lines emphasizing fifths in the second violin and viola. Over the barline between the second and third measures of the example, a fourth-suspension can be seen in the second violin's tied C. In another of his string quartets, KV 464, such fourth-suspensions are also very prominent. The second movement is in sonatina form, i.e., lacking the development section. Alfred Einstein writes of the coda of this movement that "the first violin openly expresses what seemed hidden beneath the conversational play of the subordinate theme". The third movement is a minuet and trio, with the exuberant mood of the minuet darkening into the C minor of the trio. The last movement is also in sonata form. ----------------------------------------------------- The text above is offered by courtesy of Wikipedia, under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Full Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/String_Quartet_No._19_(Mozart) Performed by: Borromeo String Quartet Music by courtesy and under copyright of: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston Music license: CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Website: www.gardnermuseum.org Portrait: © Fine Art Images, www.fine-art-images.net Thank you for listening, and if you would like to discover more beautiful classical music, subscribe to our Youtube channel! :)

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Mozart - Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote his Symphony No. 40 in G minor, KV. 550, in 1788. It is sometimes referred to as the "Great G minor symphony," to distinguish it from the "Little G minor symphony," No. 25. The two are the only minor key symphonies Mozart wrote. The 40th Symphony was completed on 25 July 1788. The composition occupied an exceptionally productive period of just a few weeks in 1788, during which time he also completed the 39th and 41st symphonies (26 June and 10 August, respectively). The symphony is scored (in its revised version) for flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, and strings. Notably missing are trumpets and timpani. The work is in four movements, in the usual arrangement (fast movement, slow movement, minuet, fast movement) for a classical-style symphony: 1. Molto allegro, 2/2 2. Andante, 6/8 3. Menuetto. Allegretto -- Trio, 3/4 4. Finale. Allegro assai, 2/2. Every movement but the third is in sonata form; the minuet and trio are in the usual ternary form. This work has elicited varying interpretations from critics. Robert Schumann regarded it as possessing "Grecian lightness and grace". Donald Francis Tovey saw in it the character of opera buffa. Almost certainly, however, the most common perception today is that the symphony is tragic in tone and intensely emotional; for example, Charles Rosen (in The Classical Style) has called the symphony "a work of passion, violence, and grief." Although interpretations differ, the symphony is unquestionably one of Mozart's most greatly admired works, and it is frequently performed and recorded. Ludwig van Beethoven knew the symphony well, copying out 29 measures from the score in one of his sketchbooks. It is thought that the opening theme of the last movement may have inspired Beethoven in composing the third movement of his Fifth Symphony. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE .mp3 and .wav files of all Mozart's music at: http://www.mozart-archiv.de/ FREE sheet music scores of any Mozart piece at: http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/start.php?l=2 ALSO check out these cool sites: http://musopen.org/ and http://imslp.org/wiki/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: I do not know who the performers of this are, nor the place and date of recording!!! Any suggestions are welcome. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ENJOY!!!! :D

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Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550

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Mozart - Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550 (Julien Salemkour & Staatskapelle Berlin)

A Mozart Gala from the Berlin State Opera (Deutsche Staatsoper) Staatskapelle Berlin Julien Salemkour - conductor Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550 0:27 I. Molto allegro 7:38 II. Andante 15:10 III. Menuetto (Allegretto) 19:28 IV. Finale (Allegro assai) Watch the full concert: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcJh6q1LFMU&list=PLBjoEdEVMABLzF6uwYF8cITMIFeF4DyhM

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Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K.550

- Movements - 1. Molto allegro: 0:00 2. Andante: 6:00 3. Menuetto (Allegretto - Trio): 13:39 4. Finale - Allegro assai: 18:14 Performed by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra. For some reasons, the first few seconds of the second movement have been omitted. Sheet music: http://imslp.org/wiki/Symphony_No.40_in_G_minor,_K.550_(Mozart,_Wolfgang_Amadeus)

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Mozart - Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550

I. Molto allegro [0:00] II. Andante [8:27] III. Menuetto. Allegretto - Trio [16:32] IV. Allegro assai [21:18] Berliner Philharmoniker Karl Böhm

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Mozart - Requiem in D minor, K. 626

The Requiem Mass in D minor (K. 626) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was composed in Vienna in 1791 and left unfinished at the composer's death. A completion by Franz Xaver Süssmayr was delivered to Count Franz von Walsegg, who had anonymously commissioned the piece for a requiem Mass to commemorate the February 14 anniversary of his wife's death. It is one of the most enigmatic pieces of music ever composed, mostly because of the myths and controversies surrounding it, especially around how much of the piece was completed by Mozart before his death. The autograph manuscript shows the finished and orchestrated introit in Mozart's hand, as well as detailed drafts of the Kyrie and the sequence Dies Irae as far as the first nine bars of "Lacrimosa", and the offertory. It cannot be shown to what extent Süssmayr may have depended on now lost "scraps of paper" for the remainder; he later claimed the Sanctus and Agnus as his own. Walsegg probably intended to pass the Requiem off as his own composition, as he is known to have done with other works. This plan was frustrated by a public benefit performance for Mozart's widow Constanze. A modern contribution to the mythology is Peter Shaffer's 1979 play Amadeus, in which the mysterious messenger with the commission is the masked Antonio Salieri who intends to claim authorship for himself. The Requiem is scored for 2 basset horns in F, 2 bassoons, 2 trumpets in D, 3 trombones (alto, tenor & bass), timpani (2 drums), violins, viola and basso continuo (cello, double bass, and organ). The vocal forces include soprano, contralto, tenor, and bass soloists and a SATB mixed choir. At the time of Mozart's death on 5 December 1791, only the opening movement (Requiem aeternam) was completed in all of the orchestral and vocal parts. The following Kyrie and most of the sequence (from Dies Irae to Confutatis) were complete only in the vocal parts and the continuo (the figured organ bass), though occasionally some of the prominent orchestral parts were briefly indicated, such as the violin part of the Confutatis and the musical bridges in the Recordare. The last movement of the sequence, the Lacrimosa, breaks off after only eight bars and was unfinished. The following two movements of the Offertorium were again partially done; the Domine Jesu Christe in the vocal parts and continuo (up until the fugue, which contains some indications of the violin part) and the Hostias in the vocal parts only. The Sussmayr completion of the Requiem is divided into fourteen movements, with the following structure: I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam (choir and soprano solo) II. Kyrie eleison (choir) III. Sequentia (text based on sections of the Dies Irae): -Dies irae (choir) -Tuba mirum (soprano, contralto, tenor and bass solo) -Rex tremendae majestatis (choir) -Recordare, Jesu pie (soprano, contralto, tenor and bass solo) -Confutatis maledictis (choir) -Lacrimosa dies illa (choir) IV. Offertorium: -Domine Jesu Christe (choir with solo quartet) -Versus: Hostias et preces (choir) V. Sanctus: -Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth (choir) -Benedictus (solo quartet, then choir) VI. Agnus Dei (choir) VII. Communio: -Lux aeterna (soprano solo and choir) Mozart esteemed Handel and in 1789 he was commissioned by Baron Gottfried van Swieten to rearrange Messiah. This work likely influenced the composition of Mozart's Requiem; the Kyrie is probably based on the And with his stripes we are healed chorus from Handel's Messiah (HWV 56), since the fugato, in which Handel was a master, is the same, with only slight variations by adding ornaments on melismata. Some believe that the Introitus was inspired by Handel's Funeral Anthem for Queen Caroline (HWV 264), and some have also remarked that the Confutatis may have been inspired by Sinfonia Venezia by Pasquale Anfossi. Another possible influence may be Michael Haydn's Requiem in C minor; as the Introitus sounds rather similar to Mozart's. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE .mp3 and .wav files of all Mozart's music at: http://www.mozart-archiv.de/ FREE sheet music scores of any Mozart piece at: http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/start.php?l=2 ALSO check out these cool sites: http://musopen.org/ and http://imslp.org/wiki/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: I do not know who the performers of this are, nor the place and date of recording!!! Any suggestions are welcome. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ENJOY!!!! :D

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Mozart - Requiem in D minor

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem in D minor (K.626) -- Live Version. I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam (choir with soprano solo) (0:00) II. Kyrie (choir) (5:28) III. Sequentia: - Dies irae (choir) (7:55) - Tuba mirum (solo quartet) (10:02) - Rex tremendae majestatis (choir) (13:47) - Recordare, Jesu pie (solo quartet) (16:22) - Confutatis maledictis (choir) (22:13) - Lacrimosa dies illa (choir) (24:32) * IV. Offertorium: - Domine Jesu Christe (choir with solo quartet) (27:48) - Versus: Hostias et preces (choir) (31:23) V. Sanctus & Benedictus: - Sanctus (choir) (35:46) - Benedictus (solo quartet and choir) (37:46) VI. Agnus Dei (choir) (42:50) VII. Communio: - Lux aeterna (soprano solo and choir) (46:03)

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W.A. Mozart • Requiem Mass in D Minor KV 626

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Mozart: Requiem Mass in D minor, K 626

Mozart: Requiem Mass in D minor, K. 626 14 movements 1. Introitus 2. Kyrie Eleison 3. Sequentia: Dies irae 4. Sequentia: Tuba mirum 5. Rex tremendae majestatis 6. TSequentia: Recordare, Jesu pie 7. Sequentia: Confutatis 8. Sequentia: Lacrimosa 9. Offertorium: Domine Jesu Christe 10. Offertorium: Hostias et preces 11. Sanctus: Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth 12. Sanctus: Benedictus 13. Agnus Dei 14. Communio Directed By – Hendrik Timmerman Soprano Vocals – Rob Petri Bass Vocals – Gerard Rooker Countertenor Vocals – Jan Brink Tenor Vocals – Robert Overpelt Choir – Noordhollands Jongenskoor And Koorschool Of The "Grote Of St. Laurenskerk", Alkmaar, Holland . . . AMEN

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Requiem in D minor, K. 626

- Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 -- 5 December 1791) - Orchestra: English Baroque Soloists - Choir: Monteverdi Choir - Conductor: John Eliot Gardiner - Soloists: Barbara Bonney (soprano), Anne Sofie von Otter (contralto), Hans Peter Blochwitz (tenor), Willard White (bass) - Year of recording: 1990 Requiem in D minor for soloists, chorus & orchestra, K. 626, written in 1791. This version is the Süssmayr completion of the Requiem, with the following structure: 00:00 - I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam (choir and soprano solo) 04:44 - II. Kyrie eleison (choir) ----- III. Sequentia: (text based on sections of the Dies Irae) 07:15 - Dies irae (choir) 09:01 - Tuba mirum (soprano, contralto, tenor and bass solo) 12:09 - Rex tremendae majestatis (choir) 14:20 - Recordare, Jesu pie (soprano, contralto, tenor and bass solo) 19:02 - Confutatis maledictis (choir) 21:17 - Lacrimosa dies illa (choir) ----- IV. Offertorium: 24:05 - Domine Jesu Christe (choir with solo quartet) 27:38 - Versus: Hostias et preces (choir) ----- V. Sanctus: 31:35 - Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth (choir) 32:58 - Benedictus (solo quartet, then choir) 38:12 - VI. Agnus Dei (choir) ----- VII. Communio: 41:25 - Lux aeterna (soprano solo and choir) The Requiem was composed in Vienna in 1791 and left unfinished at the composer's death on the 5th of December. A completion dated 1792 by Franz Xaver Süssmayr was delivered to Count Franz von Walsegg, who had anonymously commissioned the piece for a requiem mass to commemorate the 14th of February anniversary of his wife's death. The autograph manuscript shows the finished and orchestrated introit in Mozart's hand, as well as detailed drafts of the Kyrie and the sequence Dies Irae as far as the first nine bars of "Lacrimosa", and the offertory. It cannot be shown to what extent Süssmayr may have depended on now lost "scraps of paper" for the remainder; he later claimed the Sanctus and Agnus Dei as his own. Walsegg probably intended to pass the Requiem off as his own composition, the bulk of this copy derives from the hand of Franz Süssmayr. The Requiem contains five sections, each capped by a fugue: Requiem/Kyrie, Sequence ("Dies Irae"), Offertory, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei. Throughout, choral writing drives Mozart's music; even the four soloists rarely sing alone. The darkly colored orchestra supports the choir with often vivid motives. This pictorial aspect is most evident in the Sequence: "Tuba mirum" (solo trombone), "Rex tremendae" (regal dotted-rhythms), "Confutatis" (fiery accompaniment), and "Lachrymosa" (sighing strings). Not only do individual movements display an extraordinary level of motivic unity, Mozart carefully creates motivic relationships across the entire Requiem. The very first melody sung by the basses ("Requiem aeternam"), for instance, is repeated at the very end and also echoes throughout the work; the opening melody of "Dies irae" translates into major mode to open the "Sanctus." Mozart is never afraid, however, of acknowledging his debt to earlier traditions of church music. His fugues deliberately reference Bach, and in the first movement alone he quotes from Michael Haydn's Requiem, Handel's funeral anthem for Queen Caroline, Messiah, and the Gregorian chant known as the "Pilgrim's Tone."

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Mozart: Overture - 'Die Zauberflöte'

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (German: [ˈvɔlfɡaŋ amaˈdeus ˈmoːtsaʁt], English see fn.), name Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart (27 January 1756 -- 5 December 1791), was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. At 17, he was engaged as a court musician in Salzburg, but grew restless and travelled in search of a better position, always composing abundantly. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his death. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized. He was survived by his wife Constanze and two sons. Mozart learned voraciously from others, and developed a brilliance and maturity of style that encompassed the light and graceful along with the dark and passionate. He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence on subsequent Western art music is profound; Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote that "posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart The Magic Flute (German: Die Zauberflöte, K. 620) is an opera in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to a German libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. The work is in the form of a Singspiel, a popular form that included both singing and spoken dialogue. The work premiered in 1791 at Schikaneder's theater, the Freihaus-Theater auf der Wieden in Vienna... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Magic_Flute A link to this wonderful artists Website: http://www.classicalarchives.com/mozart.html Please Enjoy! I send my kind and warm regards,

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Herbert Von Karajan: Mozart - Overture, 'Die Zauberflöte'

Herbert von Karajan (German pronunciation: [ˈhɛɐbɛɐt fɔn ˈkaʁaˌjan]; born Heribert, Ritter von Karajan; 5 April 1908 – 16 July 1989) was an Austrian conductor. He was principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic for 35 years. He is generally regarded as one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century, and he was a dominant figure in European classical music from the mid-1950s until his death. Part of the reason for this was the large number of recordings he made and their prominence during his lifetime. By one estimate he was the top-selling classical music recording artist of all time, having sold an estimated 200 million records. Karajan was born in Salzburg, Austria-Hungary, as Heribert Ritter von Karajan. He was a child prodigy at the piano. From 1916 to 1926, he studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg with Franz Ledwenke, theory with Franz Zauer, and composition with Bernhard Paumgartner. He was encouraged to concentrate on conducting by Paumgartner, who detected his exceptional promise in that regard. In 1926 Karajan graduated from the conservatory and continued his studies at the Vienna Academy, studying piano with Josef Hofmann (a teacher with the same name as the pianist) and conducting with Alexander Wunderer and Franz Schalk. In 1929, he conducted Salome at the Festspielhaus in Salzburg and from 1929 to 1934 Karajan served as Kapellmeister at the Stadttheater in Ulm. His senior colleague in Ulm was Otto Schulmann. After Schulmann was forced to leave Germany in 1933, Karajan became first Kapellmeister. Karajan's career was given a significant boost in 1935 when he was appointed Germany's youngest Generalmusikdirektor and performed as a guest conductor in Bucharest, Brussels, Stockholm, Amsterdam and Paris. In 1938 Karajan made his debut with the Berlin Philharmonic and the Berlin State Opera, conducting Fidelio. He then enjoyed a major success at the State Opera with Tristan und Isolde. Karajan joined the Nazi Party in Salzburg on 8 April 1933; his membership number was 1,607,525. In June 1933, the Nazi Party was outlawed by the Austrian government. However, Karajan's membership was valid until 1939. In that year the former Austrian members were verified by the general office of the Nazi Party. Karajan's membership was declared invalid but his accession to the party was retroactively determined to have been on 1 May 1933. Karajan's prominence increased from 1933 to 1945, which has led to speculation that he joined the Nazi Party solely to advance his music career. In 1946, Karajan gave his first post-war concert in Vienna with the Vienna Philharmonic, but he was banned from further conducting activities by the Soviet occupation authorities because of his Nazi party membership. That summer he participated anonymously in the Salzburg Festival. In 1949, Karajan became artistic director of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde, Vienna. He also conducted at La Scala in Milan. in 1951 and 1952, he conducted at the Bayreuth Festspielhaus. In 1956, he was appointed principal conductor for life of the Berlin Philharmonic as successor to Wilhelm Furtwängler. He conducted and recorded prolifically, mainly with the Berlin Philharmonic and the Vienna Philharmonic. Although he conducted other orchestras (including the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Orchestre de Paris and the Orchestra of La Scala, Milan) the vast majority of his recordings were made with the Berlin and Vienna orchestras with which he was most associated. He also left a considerable legacy of recordings with the Philharmonia Orchestra, his last performance being in 1960. Although he made recordings with several labels, notably EMI, it is Deutsche Grammophon with which he became most associated. He made 330 recordings with the label during his career. In his later years, Karajan suffered from heart and back problems, needing surgery on the latter. He increasingly came into conflict with his orchestra for an all-controlling dictatorial style of conducting that had vanished from use everywhere else. Karajan resigned as the Principal Conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic on April 24, 1989. His last concert was Bruckner's 7th Symphony with the Vienna Philharmonic. He died of a heart attack in his home in Anif[1] on 16 July 1989 at the age of 81... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_von_Karajan A link to this wonderful artists personal website: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/herbert-von-karajan-mn0000031181/discography I send my kind and warm regards, Please Enjoy!

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