Among the many instrumental pieces that remained incomplete at Mozart's death there were four particularly beautiful fragments for violin and piano. Timothy Jones has made multiple new completions of these fragments based on Mozart's evolving style during the 1780s, exploring the open-endedness of the fragments and the different directions the music might have taken. Rachel Podger and Christopher Glynn present the world premiere recordings, which include two completions of each Sonata fragment, enabling listeners to take alternative journeys through Mozart's material.
Among the many instrumental pieces that remained incomplete at Mozart's death there were four particularly beautiful fragments for violin and piano. Timothy Jones has made multiple new completions of these fragments based on Mozart's evolving style during the 1780s, exploring the open-endedness of the fragments and the different directions the music might have taken. Rachel Podger and Christopher Glynn present the world premiere recordings, which include two completions of each Sonata fragment, enabling listeners to take alternative journeys through Mozart's material.
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Mozart: Violin Sonatas Fragment Completions
Artist: Rachel Podger / Glynn,Christopher
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Mozart: Fragment of a Sonata in B Flat for Piano and Violin FR 1782C, Jones Completion 3
2. Mozart: Fragment of a Sonata in a for Piano and Violin FR 1784B, Jones Completion 4
3. Mozart: Fragment of a Sonata in G for Piano and Violin FR 1789F, Jones Completion 1
4. Mozart: Fragment of a Fantasia in C minor for Piano and Violin FR 1782L, Jones Completion 1
5. Mozart: Fragment of a Sonata in B Flat for Piano and Violin FR 1782C, Jones Completion 2
6. Mozart: Fragment of a Sonata in a for Piano and Violin FR 1784B, Jones Completion 1
7. Mozart: Fragment of a Sonata in G for Piano and Violin FR 1789F, Jones Completion 2

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Among the many instrumental pieces that remained incomplete at Mozart's death there were four particularly beautiful fragments for violin and piano. Timothy Jones has made multiple new completions of these fragments based on Mozart's evolving style during the 1780s, exploring the open-endedness of the fragments and the different directions the music might have taken. Rachel Podger and Christopher Glynn present the world premiere recordings, which include two completions of each Sonata fragment, enabling listeners to take alternative journeys through Mozart's material.