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Maia Cabeza & Concertino Ensemble & José Gallardo & Dirk Kaftan & Liga Skride Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Alfred Schnittke: Kammermusik OC 766 CD
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FormatAudio CD
Ordering NumberOC 766
Barcode4260034867666
labelOehmsClassics
Release date02/05/2016
salesrank2189
Players/ContributorsMusicians Composer
  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
  • Schnittke, Alfred

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      W.A. Mozart - Alfred Schnittke


      Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)
      Sonata for Violin and Piano in D major, K. 306
      Adagio in E major, K. 261 · Rondo in C major, K. 373

      Alfred Schnittke (1934–1998)
      Fugue for Violin Solo, 1953
      Sonata for Violin and Chamber Orchestra, 1963/68

      Maia Cabeza, violin
      José Gallardo, piano
      Liga Skride, harpsichord
      Concertino Ensemble of the Leopold Mozart Centre of Augsburg University
      Conductor: Dirk Kaftan

      Every three years, the atmosphere is full of the sound of violins in Augsburg. This is the time when upand- coming violin stars from all over the world participate in the Leopold Mozart International Violin Competition, playing before a renowned jury and competing for the coveted Mozart Prize. The list of previous first-prize winners is a long one, and includes such outstanding names as Isabelle Faust, Benjamin Schmid, Lena Neudauer and most recently in 2013, Maia Cabeza.
      OehmsClassics is releasing a Mozart and Schnittke programme with the prize winner on the occasion of the opening of the competition and for the Presentation Concert of this CD on 2 May 2016 in Augsburg.

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      CD 1
      • WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756–1791)
        Sonate für Violine und Klavier in D-Dur, KV 306
        • ALFRED SCHNITTKE (1934–1998)
          • Sonate für Violine und Kammerorchester, 1963/68
            • WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART