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  1. Blog
    The D major Quartet, K. 575, is the first of the three Prussian quartets. The first movement opens gently with its rising arpeggios and falling scales. The background textures should be mesmerising here and the conversation relaxed and genial. The only interruptions being twice (the second one...
  2. Blog
    Mozart's final string quartet was written just a year and a half before his own death and was originally intended to be the third of six dedicated to King Frederick William II of Prussia. In June, 1790, Mozart told Puchberg in a correspondence that he had been "obliged" to give away the...
  3. Solo & Chamber Music
    Is mozart's last Prussian quartet (f major) a viable work for a high school chamber ensemble to play, if not please provide a serious alternative (please, please, please no Haydn)
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