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Viennese Cuisine – Mozartiade!

Scroll below to preview samples from the Mozartiade menu! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Template not foundMozartiade MenuOne way this concert is set apart in our minds is the chance to prepare food not unlike the way we’d prepare music. Practice: oh yes, sampling is very important! If you attended last year’s Schubertiade, you […]

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Program Notes: Mozart Serenade No. 12

by Jack Bryce board member andCarleton Collegeprofessor emeritus The Bratislava Wind Octet performs in the recording below: Template not foundNorbert Nielubowski (bassoon), John Snow (oboe), and Susan Billmeyer, (piano) performing at MPR’s studio with Alison Young. I hate to admit this, but music for winds really does tend to be ever so cheery, and frequently […]

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Program Notes: Mozart’s String Quintet No.4

by Jack Bryce board member andCarleton Collegeprofessor emeritus Watch this live 1966 recording of London’s Amadeus Quartet: Template not foundJim Jacobson, cello, commenting on a challenging Webern piece from last season. The String Quintet number 4 in g minor, K. 516 (1787) is one of a pair of string quintets which offer an intriguing contrast. […]

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Program Notes: Mozart’s Kegelstatt

by Jack Bryce board member andCarleton Collegeprofessor emeritus Listen to Susan Billmeyer, David Pharris, and Gareth Zehngut perform Kegelstatt live on MPR hosted by Alison Young: Listen on MPR Template not foundSusan Billmeyer and Alison Young, MPR. Photo: Luke Taylor The Trio in E-flat, K. 498 (1786), for clarinet, viola, and piano, is an extremely […]

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Program Notes: Mozart’s Flute Sonata in Bb major

by Jack Bryce board member andCarleton Collegeprofessor emeritus Listen below to a recording in the original instrumentation for violin and harpsichord: Template not foundJane Garvin, Flute The Flute Sonata in Bb major, K. 10, originally published as Opus 3 #1 on June 13, 1765, was one of six keyboard sonatas written in London in 1764, […]