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dc.contributor.other Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart es
dc.contributor.other Academy of St. Martin in the Fields es
dc.contributor.other Sir Neville Marriner es
dc.coverage.spatial London, England es
dc.date.accessioned 2012-07-29T01:10:49Z
dc.date.available 2012-07-29T01:10:49Z
dc.date.copyright 1990 es
dc.date.issued 2012-07-28
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1658
dc.description.abstract Mozart wrote a large amount of what can best be described as "entertainment" music: music that was not intended to be listened to piously in a concert room, theatre or church, but is an agreeable background to eating, drinking and conversation on celebratory or other social oc¬casions, often in the open air. Most of it dates from •^c earlier part of his career, while he was based in lis native city of Salzburg and in the service of its -Archbishop, rather than during his years as a free¬lance musician in Vienna (from 1781 until his death jr 1791), and it falls into three main categories: nusic for orchestra, music for chamber groups of about half-a-dozen players and music for wind «semble. (Mozart's huge quantity of dance music s a rather different matter, since it was meant to be ianced to, not merely heard.) k is with the first of these groups that this album is concerned. The bulk of it is contained in a series of line large-scale serenades, divertimentos or cassations (the terms seem to have been freely inter¬changeable) composed bciwtm 1769 and 1779 and all but two of them in the traditionally festive key of D major. Most of them seem to have been designed to accompany celebrations marking the end of the academic year in Salzburg's University, and were known as Finalmusiken. Mozart's sister Nannerl recorded an account of one in her diary for August 1775: "The Finalmusik took place on the ninth. It left our house at half-past eight, played in the Mirabell [the Archbishop's town residence] until a quarter to ten, and thence to the Colegio [Univer¬sity], where it continued until after eleven." The serenades are substantial pieces, in as many as six to eight movements and usually with an introductory (and sometimes concluding) march. The individual movements are in a variety of different forms and styles, with a sonata-form Allegro to open and another quick movement, in sonata or rondo form, to finish, and usually two minuets with trios, interspersed with other movements in slow or fast tempo; they make concertante, soloistic use of various instruments, notably the violin, which on most occasions would have been played by Mozart himself. Some of them were later shortened and adapted as symphonies during Mozart's years in Vienna, and all display the impeccable craftsman¬ship that is the hallmark of Mozart's music. es
dc.description.tableofcontents CD 3: March in D, KV 215/213b-- Serenade in D, KV 204/213a ; Allegro assai, Andante moderato, Allegro, Menuetto, (Andante), Menuetto, Andantino (grazioso)-- Notturno in D for four orchestras, KV 286 ; Andante, Allegretto grazioso, Menuetto. es
dc.format.medium 1 CD-Rom (57 min., 25 seg.) : stereo ; 4 3/4 plg. es
dc.language.iso en es
dc.rights Uninorte F.M. Estéreo es
dc.subject.lcc 77368511 es
dc.subject.lcsh Suites (Orchestre); Marches (Orchestre); Orchestre, Musique d'; Suites (Orchestre à cordes) es
dc.title Serenades for Orchestra es
dc.title.alternative Serenatas para Orquesta es
dc.language.rfc3066 eng es
dc.rights.holder Philips Classics Productions es
dc.identifier.classification 028942250321 es
dc.subject.cdu Mo.11 es


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1. March in D, KV 215-213b.wav 3:27 34.81Mb WAV audio WAV
2. Serenade in D, KV 204-213a-Allegro assai.mp3 8:24 5.759Mb Unknown Mp3
3. Serenade in D, KV 204-213a-Andante moderato.mp3 6:40 4.572Mb Unknown Mp3
4. Serenade in D, KV 204-213a-Menuetto.mp3 5:45 3.942Mb Unknown Mp3
5. Serenade in D, KV 204-213a-Andante.mp3 3:10 2.171Mb Unknown Mp3
6. Serenade in D, KV 204-213a-Menuetto.mp3 5:32 3.788Mb Unknown Mp3
7. Serenade in D, KV 204-213a-Menuetto.mp3 3:45 2.565Mb Unknown Mp3
8. Serenade in ... 13a-Andantino grazioso.mp3 4:59 3.416Mb Unknown Mp3
9. Notturno in ... estras, KV 286-Andante.mp3 6:25 4.394Mb Unknown Mp3
10. Notturno in ... 86-Allegretto grazioso.mp3 3:05 2.108Mb Unknown Mp3
11. Notturno in ... stras, KV 286-Menuetto.mp3 7:33 5.172Mb Unknown Mp3
Serenade in D, KV 204-213a-Completo.wav 37:56 382.9Mb WAV audio WAV
Notturno in D f ... stras, KV 286-Completo.wav 16:56 170.8Mb WAV audio WAV

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