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Chamber Music


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Sidney Griller (violin); Jack O'Brien (violin) ; Philip Burton (viola);
Colin Hampton (violoncello)
REGINALD KELL (clarinet)
ALAN HYDE (horn)
JOHN ALEXANDRA (bassoon) VICTOR WATSON (double bass)
This work has always been known as the ' Stadlerquintet ' since it was composed by Mozart for his friend and crony, Anton Stadler , a celebrated clarinet player. The quintet ranks very high in Mozart's chamber music, as high, some musicians think, as the two quintets for strings composed in the last two years of Mozart's life, when his powers were at their most mature.
Of the four movements, the second is probably the most familiar, from the fact of its many arrangements for other instruments ; for, though a slow movement, actually it is little more than an accompanied and very beautiful clarinet solo.


Violin: Sidney Griller
Violin: Jack O'Brien
Violin: Philip Burton
Viola: Colin Hampton
Clarinet: Reginald Kell
Horn: Alan Hyde
Bassoon: John Alexandra
Bassoon: Victor Watson
Unknown: Anton Stadler

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