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The Best Of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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A new version of Last. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The Very Best of Mozart. Overview (current section).

A new version of Last. Mozart The Very Best of.

This article is a look at Mozart's most popular songs, overtures, symphonies, and piano concerto movements. Find out which pieces of his music have stood the test of time and continue to be popular today. His best and most popular songs, concertos, symphonies, and operas are some of the greatest and most famous classical music compositions ever written. His genius has had a profound impact on the world of music and on many of his contemporaries. Beethoven, while not following Mozart's style, was highly influenced by the musical ideas Mozart put forth, as were many other composers who came after him. Even though classical music is no longer the most popular form of music (nor is it being made as much today), people still love to hear.

1. Clarinet Concerto in A . 22. As a clarinettist I would perhaps be in error not to initially discuss Mozart’s wonderful Clarinet Concert . 22 in A. This is a performance given by Sabine Meyer who I consider to be one of the most outstanding clarinet players alive today. The work is also surrounded by mystery and even though much of this was generated by the Shaffer play titled Amadeus, where the dark and menacing figure of Salieri is charged with commissioning the work that turns out to be a Requiem for the composer himself. Tom Service takes up the story here. 4. Piano Concerto N. 4 in C Minor: K. 491. This work probably given its first performance in 1786 in Vienna may have stunned the Viennese public, but it is one of the most wonderful Piano Concertos Mozart composed. The work is a powerful and masterful composition.

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. Born in Salzburg, 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.

Mozart lived for just 35 years, but in that time he wrote some of the greatest classical songs of all time. From his Requiem to the Marriage of Figaro, here are the ten greatest pieces of music by Mozart. According to Peter Shaffer’s play (later made into a film) ‘Amadeus’, Mozart literally wrote this piece on his deathbed, having been poisoned by Salieri. But what is true is that the piece was left unfinished when Mozart died in 1791. Mozart’s pupil Sussmayr completed the work, but the gorgeous Lacrimosa and Kyrie are Mozart at his exquisite best. Symphony No. 41 ‘Jupiter’.

The Very Best Of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Released by Past Classics Jan 2009 10 Tracks. The Very Best Of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is a English album released on Jan 2009. The Very Best Of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Album has 10 songs sung by Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Tito Gobbi Baritone, Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Very Best Of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

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1 Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Allegro
Conductor – F. Sandor*Orchestra – Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra*
5:51
2 Overture, "The Marriage Of Figaro"
Conductor – L. Siegel*Orchestra – London Philharmonic Orchestra*
4:15
3 Andante From Piano Concerto No. 21 In C, K 467
Conductor – Janos SandorOrchestra – Budapest Symphony*Piano – D. Dechenne*
6:49
4 "Ein Mädchen Oder Weibchen", Papageno's Aria From "The Magic Flute"
Baritone Vocals – Hermann PreyConductor – Kurt WössOrchestra – Slovak Philharmonic*
4:22
5 Allegro Maestoso From Sinfonia Concertante, K 364
Conductor – K. Teutsch*Orchestra – Polish Chamber OrchestraViola – St. Kamasa*Violin – K. Kulka*
13:02
6 Laudate Dominum From "Vesperae Solennes De Confessore", K 339
Chorus – Jeunesses Musicals*Conductor – Ivan FischerOrchestra – Budapest Philharmonic*Soprano Vocals – Maria Zadori*
4:09
7 "Dies Bildnis Ist Bezaubernd Schön", Tamino's Aria From "The Magic Flute"
Conductor – Kurt EichhornOrchestra – Munich Radio Orchestra*Tenor Vocals – Josef Protschka
4:34
8 Molto Allegro From Symphony No. 40 In G Minor
Conductor – Vilmos Tatrai*Orchestra – Hungarian Chamber Orchestra
7:52
9 Rondo Allegro, From Concerto For Two Pianos And Orchestra In E Flat, K 365
Conductor – Janos Ferencsik*Orchestra – Hungarian State OrchestraPiano – Dezsö Ranki*, Zoltan Kocsis*
6:47
10 Rondo-Allegro From "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik"
Conductor – F. Sandor*Orchestra – Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra*
4:02

Credits

  • Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Notes

℗ 1988 Delta Music Inc. (traycard)
℗ 1987 Delta Music GmbH (cd)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 1811-15018-2 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 018111501828

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
15 018 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Das Beste Von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ‎(CD, Comp) LaserLight Digital 15 018 Germany 1987
15 018 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart The Best Of W.A. Mozart ‎(CD, Comp, RE) LaserLight Digital 15 018 US 1998
19 407 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ‎(CD, Comp) Master Digital 19 407 Europe 1987
15 018 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Das Beste Von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ‎(CD, Comp) LaserLight Digital 15 018 Germany 1987

Tracklist Hide Credits

Volume 1 65:51
1-1 The Magic Flute - Overture, K. 620
Conductor – Alfred ScholzOrchestra – The London Philharmonic Orchestra
7:20
1-2 A Little Night Music Serenade No. 13 In G Major, K. 525: Menuetto
Conductor – Libor Pesek*Orchestra – Slovak National Philharmonic Orchestra*
2:08
1-3 Sonata Facile No. 16 In C Major, K. 545: Allegro
Piano [Steinway] – Peter Schmalfuss*
3:18
1-4 Salzburg Symphony No. 1 (Divertimento In D Major, K. 316): Allegro
Conductor – Libor Pesek*, Slovak National Philharmonic Orchestra*
5:51
1-5 Horn Concerto No. 3 In E-flat Major, K. 447: Romance: Larghetto
Conductor – Kurt RedelHorn – Joze Falout*Orchestra – Camerata Labacensis
4:07
1-6 Andante For Flute And Orchestra In C Major, K. 315
Conductor – Joseph SchneiderFlute – Arife Gülsen TatuOrchestra – Salzburg Mozart Soloists
7:26
1-7 Violin Concerto No. 5 In A Major, K. 219: Allegro Aperto
Conductor – Paul KantschiederOrchestra – Capella IstropolitanaViolin – Juray Cizmarovic*
10:17
1-8 Piano Sonata No. 11 In A Major, K. 331: Andante Grazioso
Piano [Steinway] – Peter Schmalfuss*
10:18
1-9 The Marriage Of Figaro - Overture
Conductor – Alfred ScholzOrchestra – The London Philharmonic Orchestra
4:15
1-10 Fantasy No. 2 In D Minor, K. 397
Piano – Marian Pivka
4:57
1-11 Laudate Dominum In F Major, K. 339
Chorus – Stuttgard Hymnus ChoirConductor – Gerhard WilhelmVocals – Manfred Ackermann, Matthias Strässner*, Thomas Schulze, Wolfgang Idenhardt*
5:07
Volume 2 73:24
2-1 Divertimento In F Major, K. 138: Allegro 5:21
2-2 Piano Concerto No. 21 In C Major, K. 467: Andante
Conductor – Michail GantvargOrchestra – The St. Petersburg SoloistsPiano [Steinway] – Carmen Piazzini
5:37
2-3 Serenade No. 4 In D Major, K. 203: Menuetto
Conductor – Klaus-Peter HahnOrchestra – Kurpfalz Chamber Orchestra
3:25
2-4 Divertimento No. 7 In D Major, K. 205: Largo - Allegro
Conductor – Libor Pesek*Orchestra – Slovak National Philharmonic Orchestra*
6:27
2-5 Rondo Alla Turca - Allegretto, K. 331/3
Piano [Steinway] – Peter Schmalfuss*
3:30
2-6 Piano Concerto No. 23 In A Major, K. 488: Allegro
Conductor – Michail GantvargOrchestra – The St. Petersburg SoloistsPiano [Steinway] – Carmen Piazzini
10:27
2-7 Violin Concerto No. 5 In A Major, K. 219: Adagio
Conductor – Paul KantschiederOrchestra – Capella IstropolitanaViolin – Juray Cizmarovic*
10:18
2-8 A Little Night Music Serenade In A Major, K. 525: Rondo: Allegro
Conductor – Libor Pesek*Orchestra – Slovak National Philharmonic Orchestra*
2:50
2-9 Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, K. 550: Andante
Conductor – Libor Pesek*Orchestra – Slovak National Philharmonic Orchestra*
7:50
2-10 Piano Concerto No. 26 In D Minor, K. 466: Romance
Conductor – Michail GantvargOrchestra – The St. Petersburg SoloistsPiano [Steinway] – Carmen Piazzini
8:11
2-11 Symphony No. 41 In C Major, K. 551: Molto Allegro
Conductor – Alfred ScholzOrchestra – The London Philharmonic Orchestra
8:49

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mediaphon
  • Copyright (c) – Madacy Music Group Inc.
  • Distributed By – Madacy Music Group Inc.

Credits

  • Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Notes

The spars code on Volume 1, Track 11 is ADD.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 056775301125
  • Other (Spars Code): DDD