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FiBO: Mozart, Mozart!

Thu  – 18:45

German Church, Bernhardinkatu 4, Helsinki

Mozart, Mozart!
Flute quartets and opera arrangements

"An instrument that I can’t stand", wrote Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to his father in 1778 and meant the flute. Mozart liked the clarinet, the bassoon and other wind instruments, but never learned to like the flute.

That being said, he appreciated the excellent flutist of Mannheim’s court orchestra, J. B. Wendling. This probably had some positive influences on the birth and quality of Mozart's flute quartets. Mozart composed three quartets (probably in G, C and D major) and two concertos as commissioned work.

Many versions of Mozart’s operas arranged for different ensembles have been found. The trio arrangement of The Magic Flute is Mozart’s work.

Finnish Baroque Orchestra (FiBO)Players:
Pauliina Fred, recorder
Minna Kangas, violin
Laura Kajander, viola
Louna Hosia, cello

German Church
20.8. at 18.00

Tickets 20€ from Holvi Shop, duration 45 min

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