Mozart Divertimento

Trio Zimmerman - Mozart: Divertimento (2010) [TR24][OF]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by SERTiL at Feb. 13, 2017
Trio Zimmerman - Mozart: Divertimento (2010) [TR24][OF]

Trio Zimmerman - Mozart: Divertimento
Classical | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88.2 kHz | 59:22 min | 0.98 GB | Digital booklet
Label: BIS | Tracks: 07 | Rls.date: 2010

Classics Today 10/10: "This is a magnificent recording"; Music Web International: "Beautifully presented and recorded this impressive disc will prove a most worthwhile addition to any chamber music collection".
Mozart: Divertimento In E Flat Major, Preludes & Fugues Nos. 4, 5 - Hermitage String Trio (2011)

Mozart: Divertimento In E Flat Major, Preludes & Fugues Nos. 4, 5 - Hermitage String Trio (2011)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 1 CD | Full Scans | 283 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Chandos | Catalog Number: 10635

This new release highlights some of Mozart’s lesser-known works, all for string trio: the Divertimento in E flat major, KV 563 and two of the Fugues with slow Preludes from the set of six, KV 404a (after Bach). The Divertimento, KV 563 is not only Mozart’s sole large-scale composition for string trio, it is also one of the first works ever written for the combination of violin, viola, and cello. It was composed in 1788, the same year as three of Mozart’s greatest and best-known works, the symphonies in E flat, G minor, and C (the ‘Jupiter’). Mozart was at the absolute height of his powers as a composer, and at the premiere of the divertimento in Dresden in 1789, he himself played the viola part.
Mozart - Divertimento K.334 & Oboe Quartet K.370 - Janiczek · SCO Ensemble

Mozart - Divertimento K.334 & Oboe Quartet K.370 - Janiczek · SCO Ensemble
FLAC 96kHz / 24bit (Studio Master) | Stereo | Linn Records CKD 376 [2011] | 1.27 GB | 3% RAR | MU, RS

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra Ensemble, a group of principal players from the SCO, perform a selection of Mozart's chamber works written for smaller forces. This intimate performance showcases the wealth of talent present in this multi-award-winning orchestra
Mozart - Divertimento KV 563 - Isaac Stern / Pinchas Zukerman / Leonard Rose
Mozart - Divertimento (trio) in E-flat major, KV. 563 - Isaac Stern / Pinchas Zukerman / Leonard Rose
APE (EAC) & CUE | Covers & booklet texts | ADD | TT 43:57 | 186 MB | RS

Trio Zimmermann - Mozart: Divertimento K.563; Schubert: String Trio D.471 (2010)

Trio Zimmermann - Mozart: Divertimento K.563; Schubert: String Trio D.471 (2010)
Frank Peter Zimmermann, violin; Antoine Tamestit, viola; Christian Poltéra, cello

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 292 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 152 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical, Chamber Music | Label: BIS | # BIS-SACD-1817 | Time: 00:59:25

Considering that Mozart's Divertimento in E-flat is far and away the greatest string trio ever written, and one of the unquestionable monuments of chamber music generally, it doesn't get the attention that it surely deserves from either record labels or collectors. Perhaps the dearth of regularly constituted string trios (as opposed to quartets) has something to do with it, but the fact remains that there is no greater testament to Mozart's genius than this epic, nearly 50-minute-long masterpiece in six movements that contains not a second that fails to rise to the highest level of textural gorgeousness and supreme melodic inspiration. Happily, most performances understand how special the music is, and give it their best effort. This one is no exception. The Zimmerman Trio plays with remarkably accurate intonation and a ravishing tone that's also mindful of the Classical style. Schubert's single-movement trio makes the perfect coupling. It seems to grow right out of the Mozart until the end of the exposition, when Schubert suddenly sails in with some typically arresting harmony.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Divertimento KV 287, 136, 138 (CLASSICAL GOLD: CD 50/50) APE+СUE

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Divertimento KV 287, 136, 138
Classical Gold: CD 50/50 | APE+СUE | 340 Mb
Genre: Classical | ES, FF
Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Alexander Janiczek - Mozart: Oboe Quartet K. 370, Divertimento K. 334 (2011) [24/96]

Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Alexander Janiczek - Mozart: Oboe Quartet K. 370, Divertimento K. 334 (2011)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 63:37 minutes | 1.23 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Director and violinist Alexander Janiczek leads principal players from the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in this beautifully intimate recording. Mozart's writing allows each player to shine and demonstrates the depth of talent within the ensemble, illustrating why this orchestra has had such extensive success with its previous Mozart recordings. The works on this disc are full of well-known tunes which demonstrate Mozart's trademark melodic beauty. Acclaimed oboist, Robin Williams, gives a dazzling performance of the composer's great masterpiece. This is the fourteenth recording in the orchestra's hugely successful partnership with Linn Records, a series that includes the award-winning Mozart Symphonies recordings with the late Sir Charles Mackerras.

VA - Mozart 225: Serenades & Divertimenti (2016)  Music

Posted by tomashass at Nov. 20, 2016
VA - Mozart 225: Serenades & Divertimenti (2016)

VA - Mozart 225: Serenades & Divertimenti (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 08:06:11 | 1.11 GB
Genre: Classical | Label: Decca, Deutsche Grammophon

In celebration of Mozart’s 225th anniversary, presented by Decca Classics and Deutsche Grammophon in partnership with the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation.
Mozart - Double Concerto; Chick Corea & Friedrich Gulda - Compositions (1995)

Mozart - Double Concerto; Chick Corea & Friedrich Gulda - Compositions (1995)
Concertgebouw Orchestra, conducted by Nikolaus Harnoncourt; Chick Corea & Friedrich Gulda, piano

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 195 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 144 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Teldec | # 2292-42988-2 | Time: 00:47:09

Believed to have been composed between August 1775 and January 1777, the Concerto In E Flat Major for two pianos technically counts as being the tenth of Mozart's twenty-seven concertos, that huge and prodigious body that would set the standards for all piano concertos from Mozart's time forward. Although it is not performed with the same frequency as his later works (especially the final eight concertos, 20-27), this "Double" piano concerto, believed to have been composed by Mozart for performance by him and his sister Maria Anna ("Nannerl"), is nevertheless a fascinating experiment of Mozart's, one that requires a pair of solid keyboard virtuosos to do (and for the composer's Seventh piano concerto, you needed three soloists). Fortunately on this 1984 Teldec recording, we have the required two keyboard virtuosos, both of whom come from very divergent musical backgrounds. Austrian-born pianist Friedrich Gulda came from a classical music background and began exploring jazz later on in his life; while Chick Corea is one of the best-known pianists in American jazz music, and, like fellow jazz musicians Wynton Marsalis and Herbie Hancock, developed a great feel for classical music.
Ronald Brautigam, Die Kolner Akademie - Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 18 & 22 (2014)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Concertos Nos. 18 in B flat major & 22 in E flat major (2014)
Ronald Brautigam, fortepiano; Die Kölner Akademie; Michael Alexander Willens, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 263 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 147 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: BIS | # BIS-SACD-2044 | Time: 01:00:03

The sixth disc in this highly acclaimed series combine two works in which Mozart's powers as an orchestrator come to the fore. Concerto No. 18 in B flat major, K 456, is sometimes referred to as one of the composers military concertos on the basis of the march-like main theme of the first movement. But more striking is the variety of ways that Mozart employs the various groups of instruments: strings, wind instruments and, of course, the piano. This aspect certainly didn't pass unnoticed by a listener as initiated as Mozart's father Leopold: in a letter to his daughter Nannerl he described how his enjoyment of the orchestral interplay had brought tears to his eyes.