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Mozart's Sinfonia concertante, K364: - II. Andante

In the September issue, violin pedagogue Zakhar Bron selects the slow movement of Mozart's K364 as one of his favourite works. Here's a performance at the Zagreb International Chamber Music Festival in 2010.


Susanna Yoko Henkel (violin) Maxim Rysanov (viola) Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra


'This slow movement speaks to me in a profounder way than those of his violin concertos. Even leaving aside the movement's harmonic structure, there is an incredible dialogue between the violin and viola that encompasses many opposing elements: loveliness and tragedy, lyricism and drama' – Zakhar Bron


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