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3 November / 19:30 / Kunsthalle

Bohemian Serenade and “Nannerl-Septett” – Družecký, Mozart

The Friday Academy Berne

The pleasure-seeking aristocracy of the Baroque era liked to ennoble their summer evenings with outdoor music. Over time, this practical desire gave rise to a genre of its own – the serenade. In the classical period, this form increasingly found its way into the concert hall. The wind instruments, which had a viable sound, were joined by strings and the compositions became increasingly sophisticated and instrumentally virtuosic. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart played a significant role with his serenades and divertimenti, creating works of highly virtuosic elegance. His Bohemian colleague Georg Druschetzky took it almost further, his large-scale Serenade in E-flat major being an absolute bravura piece of classical instrumental music and allowing every single instrument in the ensemble to show off with virtuosity.

Jiří Družecký: Serenade in E flat major
for oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, violoncello and double bass.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Divertimento KV 251 "Nannerl-Septett
for oboe, 2 horns, 2 violins, viola and bass

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