Chamber Music by W. A. MOZART & M. BRUCH
Mozart was the first to combine the clarinet, the viola and the piano in a trio resulting in a work which flows with inspiration and beauty of melody and form. The special timbres of the clarinet and the viola give the music an especially intimate and gentle character. Bruch’s magnificent composition for the same instrument combination is in essence a set of character pieces abounding with strong emotions: gloom, rhapsodic exaltation, restlessness and agitation, ardour and introverted lyricism.
W. A. MOZART: Trio for clarinet, viola and piano in E-flat major, K. 498
M. BRUCH: Eight pieces for clarinet, viola and piano, op. 83
Dusko Zarkovic (clarineto)
Krzysztof Wrobel (viola)
Elena Mitella-Violari (piano)
In collaboration with Lemesos Municipality
Location recording for Cyprus Symphony Orchestra chamber music concert featuring Dusko Zarkovic (clarineto), Krzysztof Wrobel (viola) and Elena Mitella-Violari (piano) at Pallas Theatre.