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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sir Charles Mackerras, Orchestra Of St. Luke's - Serenade in B-flat Major for 13 Winds "Gran Partita" Full Album

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sir Charles Mackerras, Orchestra Of St. Luke's - Serenade in B-flat Major for 13 Winds "Gran Partita" Full Album Performer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sir Charles Mackerras, Orchestra Of St. Luke's
Title: Serenade in B-flat Major for 13 Winds "Gran Partita"
Style: Classical
Category: Classical
Date of release: 1994
Country: US
Label: Telarc
Catalog number: CD-80359
Size MP3: 1965 mb
Size FLAC: 1339 mb
Rating: 4.1

Tracklist

1I. Largo; Allegro molto9:11
2VI. Thema mit Variationen9:32
3VII. Rondo: Allegro molto3:09
4II. Menuetto; Trio I; Trio II10:13
5V. Romanze: Adagio; Allegretto; Adagio7:18
6IV. Menuetto: Allegretto; Trio I; Trio II5:18
7Serenade for 13 winds, K. 361/370a "Gran Partita" (in B-flat major)
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Sir Charles MackerrasOrchestra – Orchestra Of St. Luke's
(50:37)
8III. Adagio5:28

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CD-80359Mozart - Sir Charles Mackerras, Orchestra Of St. Luke's Mozart - Sir Charles Mackerras, Orchestra Of St. Luke's - Serenade in B-flat Major for 13 Winds "Gran Partita" ‎(CD, Album)TelarcCD-80359EuropeUnknown
CD-80359Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sir Charles Mackerras, Orchestra Of St. Luke's Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sir Charles Mackerras, Orchestra Of St. Luke's - Serenade in B-flat Major for 13 Winds "Gran Partita" ‎(CD, Album)TelarcCD-80359US1994

Credits

  • Art DirectionAnilda Carrasquillo
  • Bass [String]John Feeney
  • Basset HornMitchell Weiss
  • Basset Horn [Principal]Gary Koch
  • BassoonMarc Goldberg
  • Bassoon [Principal]Dennis Goodburn
  • ClarinetDaniel Olsen
  • Clarinet [Principal]William Blount
  • Design [Cover]Susan Cybulski
  • Edited ByErica Brenner, Rosalind Ilett, Thomas Knab
  • EngineerGary Gomes, Kenneth Hamann
  • Engineer [Recording]Jack Renner
  • Executive-ProducerRobert Woods
  • HornRussell Rinzer, Scott Temple, William Purvis
  • Horn [Principal]Stewart Rose
  • Liner NotesRichard E. Rodda
  • Liner Notes [French Translation]Patricia Dussaux
  • Liner Notes [German Translation]Gila Fox
  • OboeMelanie Feld
  • Oboe [Principal]Stephen Taylor
  • Photography By [Cover]Hugh Palmer
  • Producer [Recording]Elaine Martone
  • Technician [Technical Assistance]Michael Bishop, Thomas Knab

Notes

Recorded July 1-2, 1993

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 717794574326

Companies

  • Recorded At – State University of New York at Purchase, Performing Arts Center
  • Manufactured By – Musical Heritage Society

Album

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