ADDA SIMFÒNICA, VERANO 2022
ADDA CAMERÍSTICA. ADDA·SIMFÒNICA’s soloists
17 June / 19:30h. Price: Free
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, String Quintet No. 3 in C major, K. 515– 35:00
II. Menuetto: Allegretto
Pavel Penev, violin
Magdalena Gacek, violin
Paula Romero, viola
Vicent Nogués, viola
Mario Castelló, cello
Louis Spohr, Nonet in F major, Op. 31 – 34:00
IV. Finale (Vivace)
Raisa Ulumbekova, violin
Lesster Mejías, viola
Urszula Kopijkowska, cello
Beatriz García, double bass
Mayte Abargues, flute
Daniel Rodríguez, oboe
Jaume Ivorra, clarinet
Xavier Vidal, bassoon
Gloria Hijosa, horn
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, String Quintet No. 3 in C major, K. 515
One of Mozart’s most important instrumental works, the third string quintet was written in 1787, the year in which he composed Don Giovanni as well, and with which it shares some passages, it is a plethoric period of Mozart’s creation. The notion of a string quintet with two violas was new in the 1760s, when Mozart wrote this first work under the influence of Michael Haydn, creator of the first music of relative substance for this somewhat daring combination of instruments, bold simply because the taste of the time called for finer, thinner textures.
This quintet exudes pride, confidence and even the most exuberant joy, especially when compared to the quintet K.516 written at the same time. Both quintets are temporarily related to the passing of his father, Leopold Mozart, however it isn’t clear which of the two has more to do with that event.
Louis Spohr, Nonet in F major, Op. 31
Composed and premiered in 1813 during Spohr’s stay in Vienna, at the request of Johann Tost, whom a few years earlier had been concertmaster in Haydn’s orchestra, it was so popular that its instrumentation became the standard for other composers.
Spohr truly captures each instrument’s personality and the numerous timbre possibilities of combining them all. Like most of Spohr’s music, the Nonet is a characteristic composition of the early Romantic era, with its formal and tonal organization, and classical clarity enriched by chromatic harmony which would flourish soon after with composers such as Franz Liszt or Richard Wagner.
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