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MOZART "Symphony No.38 in D major K504" (Prague) BERNARD HAITINK (2017)

Mozart Symphony No.38 (Prague) K504
Bernard Haitink (conductor)
Chamber Orchestra of Europe
BBC Proms 2017

Mozart - Symphony No. 38, K.504 "Prague" (1786)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791), baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and influential composer of the classical era. According to Bartje Bartmans one of the greatest and brightest stars on the firmament.

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Symphony No. 38 in D major, K. 504 "Prague" (1786)

1. Adagio - Allegro (0:00)
2. Andante (13:43)
3. Finale: Presto (23:05)

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Wolfgang Sawallisch
due to a mishap with the 3rd movement I decided to replace that with the Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Karl Böhm.

Although Mozart's popularity among the Viennese waxed and waned, he was consistently popular among the Bohemians and had a devoted following in Prague. In spite of the fact that the Symphony No. 38 was first performed in Prague, it is not certain that it was actually written for Prague. Much of the confusion surrounds the chronology of its inception. It is clear that Mozart was invited to Prague on the strength of the reception of his opera Le nozze di Figaro during the 1786–87 winter season of the National Theatre (now called the Estates Theatre) in Prague. It is not known, however, when the run started, possibly in November 1786, possibly in December. No mention of the overwhelming success of Le nozze di Figaro is recorded in the Prague press until December 11, 1786, five days after the symphony was completed. It is certain that the opera's run began before that week, but there is no documentation to confirm when. It is known from a letter of Leopold Mozart written in January 1787 that Mozart was invited to Prague by a group of musicians and patrons. It is possible that this invitation came through long before Le nozze di Figaro was actually performed in Prague, perhaps during the time of rehearsals, when the brilliance of the music would have been recognized already by the musicians playing it. It is also possible that the Prague Symphony was intended to be performed for the Advent instrumental concerts given in Vienna in December 1786 along with the Piano Concerto No. 25, but all that can be established for certain is that it was not performed in Vienna before it was performed in Prague.

Mozart - Sinfonia K. 504 ("Praga") - I movimento: Adagio-Allegro (score)

00:02: Adagio
02:46: Allegro (Esposizione)
05:43: ripetizione dell'Esposizione
08:41: Sviluppo
10:28: Ripresa
13:08: ripetizione della II parte (Sviluppo+Ripresa)




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