Mozart: Divertimento in E flat major K563, String Trio in G major Kanh66 (K562e)


Mozart’s only large-scale work for string trio is here given a bold, characterful and polished reading of striking freshness and vitality. Despite some scrambled ornamentation in the first movement’s exposition, these players offer perceptive insights, particularly in the brief development and in their preparation for the reprise. There is no ...

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