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Les Adieux - Mozart - 6 Adagios und Fugen KV 404a / Adagio und Fuge c-moll KV 546 (1995)

12-02-2016, 08:04
Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Title: Mozart - 6 Adagios und Fugen KV 404a / Adagio und Fuge c-moll KV 546
Year Of Release: 1995
Label: NCA
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue) / MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 48:46
Total Size: 343 Mb / 169 Mb


6 Adagios und Fugen KV 404a für Violine, Viola und Violoncello
Adagio und Fuge d-moll
Mozart / J. S. Bach "Wohltemperiertes Klavier" 1. Teil, es-moll
1 Adagio
2 Fuge
Adagio und Fuge g-moll
Mozart / J. S. Bach "Wohltemperiertes Klavier" 2. Teil, fis-moll
3 Adagio
4 Fuge
Adagio und Fuge F-dur
Mozart / J. S. Bach "Wohltemperiertes Klavier" 2. Teil, Fis-dur
5 Adagio
6 Fuge
Adagio und Fuge F-dur
J. S. Bach "Orgelsonate Nr. 3 BWV 527" / J. S. Bach "Kunst der Fuge" Contrapunctus 8
7 Adagio
8 Fuge
Largo und Fuge Es-dur
J. S. Bach "Largo und Fuge" aus der Orgelsonate Nr. 2 BWV 526
9 Largo
10 Fuge
Adagio und Fuge f-moll
Mozart / W. Fr. Bach, Falk-Verz. 31/8
11 Adagio
12 Fuge

Adagio und Fuge c-moll KV 546 für 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncello
13 Adagio
14 Fuge

Ensemble Les Adieux
Mary Utiger, Violine
(italienisch, anonym 18. Jh.)
Ursula Bundies, Violine (KV 546)
(sachsisch, anonym 18. Jh.)
Hajo Bäß, Viola
(süddeutsch, anonym 18. Jh. )
Nicholas Selo, Violoncello
(England, ca. 1780)

While the influence of Bach on Mozart's entire compositional output cannot be understated, there are certain works where this influence can be more prominently felt. At the head of the list is the K. 546 Adagio and Fugue in C minor. The Fugue was originally composed for two keyboards and Mozart later arranged it for string quartet, adding the Adagio; it closely follows the model of Bach's Preludes and Fugues from both the Well-Tempered Klavier and the Art of Fugue, sounding much more like Bach, in fact, than a Mozart composition. In addition to this original composition, there exists a set of six transcriptions of Bach (both J.S. and W.F.) Adagios and Fugues for string quartet that have been attributed to Mozart, though firm evidence to the authorship of each is evasive. Performing these works is the ensemble known as Les Adieux in this reissue of the original 1995 NCA recording. The group's four members play with technical accuracy and together create a warm, appealing sound quality. What's missing, though, is much in the way of noticeable energy, passion, or excitement. With so much going on in these brilliant fugues, there's plenty of room for some drama, some tension, some enthusiasm; alas, there is none to be found. Listeners seeking a quality recording of these fine works will not be disappointed with Les Adieux's precision, but may find themselves wanting more on the musical side.

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