Andante cantabile, String Quartet No. 14 in G major K387: IV. Molto allegro and 8 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. From: Smithson String Quartet. Count: 8. Views: 1. Mozart - String Quartets K 387 & K 421 tracks. String Quartet No. 15 in D minor K421/417b: IV. Allegretto ma non troppo. 14 in G major K387: III. Andante cantabile. Molto allegro. 15 in D minor K421/417b: I. Allegro moderato. 15 in D minor K421/417b: II. Andante. 15 in D minor K421/417b: III. Menuetto. 14 in G major K387: I. Allegro vivace assai
The "Haydn" Quartets by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart are a set of six string quartets published in 1785 in Vienna as his Op. 10, dedicated to the composer Joseph Haydn. They contain some of Mozart's most memorable melodic writing and refined compositional thought. 14 in G major, ("Spring"), K. 387, Op. 10 No. 1 (31 December 1782). 15 in D minor, K. 421/417b, Op. 2 (17 June 1783). 17 in B-flat major ("Hunt"), K. 458, Op. 3 (9 November 1784).
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Haydn Quartet. PLAY ALL. Mozart: String Quartets K. 387 & K. 421. Released by Tuxedo Music May 2013 8 Tracks. 421 is a English album released on May 2013. 421 Album has 8 songs sung by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Haydn Quartet. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Mozart: String Quartets K. 421 songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Album · 2006 · 12 Songs. Mozart: String Quartets . 87, . 21 & . 65 Carmina Quartett. Listen on Apple Music. String Quartet N. 5 in D Minor, . 21/417b.
Mozart had not composed a string quartet for almost ten years, a remarkably long period within such a short lifespan. The two string quartets . 87 and . 58 belong to the grou. Mozart had not composed a string quartet for almost ten years, a remarkably long period within such a short lifespan. 58 belong to the group of six so-called Haydn Quartets. Mozart dedicated the work to his fatherly friend Joseph Haydn, who was in many cases also his great model.
String Quartet No. 5. I. Allegro moderato Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Merel Quartet. The second album from the young members of the Zurich-based Merel Quartet is pure listening joy. The four string players, unswervingly pursuing their artistic path with a wide repertoire away from the mainstream, present two mature Mozart quartets full of contrasts: brightness and darkness, vitality and pain, extroversion and inwardness. All this in wonderfully explored, exciting and sonorously beautiful interpretations.