Eine kleine Nachtmusik. Sérénade no 13 en sol majeur Eine kleine Nachtmusik ; K. 525; serenata in Sol maggiore K 525; Piccola Serenata; Serenade No. 13 for strings in G major; Serenade nr. 13 for strygekvartet & bass i G-dur; Serenade für Streicher in G-Dur.
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Various Composers - Schott Music Distribution. Menuett from string quintet op. 13, NO. 5 by BOCCHERINI. EINE KLEINE NACHTMUSIK, 1ST MOVEMENT by MOZART. Concerto for piano and orchestra no. 21, 2ND movement by mozart. Concerto for clarinet and orchestra in a major, 2ND movement by mozart.
Pachelbel: Canon; Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik; Albinoni: Adagio is a 1982 Philips Classics recording Pina Carmirelli as Solo violinist. We also get to hear I Musici ensemble. The music notes have been written by Jan Rubinstein. Throw in Mozart's familiar Eine Kleine Nachtmusik plus Albinoni's gem and this is a wonderful disc. Recorded sound is excellent.
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Serenade No. 13 for strings in G Major), K. 525, is a 1787 composition for a chamber ensemble by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The German title means a little serenade, though it is often rendered more literally but less accurately as a little night music. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Solo Viola. Pro. 1 part, 2 pages, 05:20, 3 years ago, 9,878 views. The work is written for an ensemble of two violins, viola, and cello with optional double bass, but is often performed by string orchestras. The traditionally used name of the work comes from the entry Mozart made for it in his personal catalog, which begins, Eine kleine Nacht-Musik. by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, transcription for violin and piano. It's Mozart & therefore, whilst often appearing easy on the printed page, is probably, for me, the most difficult composer of all to get right technically & to interpret. It is so well known that it's easy to forget that this serenade is a masterpiece and, like all music really - well known or not - should be approached each time it is played in a fresh & novel way.
And speaking of perfection, I think a good case could be made that Mozart's Nachtmusik is the most perfect example of its musical species that has ever been composed. In sum, you can hardly go wrong with this recording, and if you like these chamber pieces-and who wouldn't?-you will probably treasure it forever. Better than Karajan and Bohm. You can hear the various instrument in very well.