Mozart, W A - Wolf Gang (The) - REbaroque

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Mats Klingfors, bassoon
Maria Lindal, violin
Anders Åkered, violin
Olof Ander, violin, viola
Monica Carlén, viola
Magdalena Mårding, cello
Jonas Dominique, double bass and arrangements
Karl Nyhlin, gallicho
Anita Agnas, accordion
Åsa Karlberg, flute
Tomas Agnas, clarinet
Hans Larsson, French horn

Artwork by Sara Buschkühl

"Performing the music of Mozart is like trying to tell a story everyone knows and has heard many times as if it were the very first time it has been told. It is a combination of musical pleasure and a wealth of variation in its execution.The Concerto for violin nr.3 in G major was composed in Salzburg in 1775, when Mozart was 19 years of age.We know from his letters that Mozart dreaded the first performance of the work by Concert Master Antonio Brunetti, who, according to Mozart was a blunt, reeking, mediocre violinist. He was however, greatly relieved when Frans Xaver Kolb performed the premiere instead. Kolb was a considerably more accomplished (and probably less offensive-smelling) violinist. The G major Concerto has always been a personal favorite of mine, and together with Rebaroque, I consider it a privelege to make it "ours," To tell, with our own eyes, ears and Jonas Dominique's fantastic wind arrangements, such a beautiful and moving story as this."
(Maria Lindal)

"Imagine if an amateur bassoonist in Austria around 1778 could have had the slightest idea what an impact his commissioning of a concerto for bassoon from an 18 year old composer would make 200 years later. I am thinking of Mozart's Concert for Bassoon, K.191b, commissioned by Freeman Thaddäus von Durnitz. Despite its wonderful music, it can arouse feelings of anxiety in bassoonists, even others, as it is used in auditions, competitions and such for many decades. The concert for bassoon was Mozart's first solo concert for a wind instrument. It is believed he wrote at least three concerts for bassoon, but only this one survives. Mozart's affection for wind instruments is reflected in his fantastic compositions for winds: Grand Partita for 13 winds, serenades, divertimento and such, all. As late as 1784 wrote Mozart in a letter that his quintet for winds and piano was his finest work to date! As a bassoonist I find nothing more pleasurable that performing his operas, with all their fantastic solos and colorings. Another reason for the amount of wind music from this time period is that it became "hip" for the upper class to learn a wind instrument in order to be seen, and they commissioned works from both known and unknown composers. This is in contrast to attitudes toward wind instruments during the 1800's, when they came to be considered "only" orchestral instruments. That was a time when piano, violin and cello dominated almost totally the fields of solo and chamber music. As a thought: How many "great" solo concerts after the year ca. 1811, when Weber wrote his concert, are written for bassoon? The quartet presented here should be seen as a showcase, exploiting the possibilities of all the instruments. As a bassoonist, playing a bassoon quartet of Mozart is fantastic fun. The original key was F major, it has been transposed here to B major in order to better fit the bassoon's register. And please excuse me all oboists, I think it works just as well on bassoon! And there IS a concert for oboe...?!! One interesting detail, the instrument I perform on is a copy of an instrument whose original was discovered on the wall of a widow living in Stockholm in the 1980's. The instrument's maker was Grenser, a famous reputational instrument-making family who supplied Europe with first class wind instruments for almost a hundred years."
(Mats Klingfors)

Artikelnummer PRCD2072
Streckkod 0822359020726
Utgivningsdatum 2012-12-05
Kategori Klassiskt
Skivbolag Proprius
Enhet CD
Antal enheter 1
Artister REbaroque
Kompositörer Mozart, W A
Disk: 1
1 Bassoon Concerto in B fl at major, K. 191/186e
2 Bassoon Quartet i B fl at major (originally for ob
3 Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, K. 216
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