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Lotz Trio: Mozart Terzetti K. 439b

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We bring you a unique recording of Mozart’s works for wind instruments. Lotz Trio plays on the original basset horns.

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SKU: PA 0190-2-131

Music from Seisenburg Castle
W. A. Mozart: Terzetti K. 439b

Terzetto 1
Allegro 4:20
Menuetto 2:32
Adagio 2:40
Menuetto 2:11
Romance Andante 2:44
Polonaise 1:17
Rondo Allegro 1:48

Terzetto 2
Allegro 2:03
Adagio 2:46
Menuetto 3:33
Larghetto 3:54
Menuetto 3:36
Rondo 3:40

Terzetto 3
Allegro 3:17
Menuetto 4:25
Adagio 4:15
Menuetto 4:14
Rondo Allegro assai 4:03

Terzetto 4
Allegro 2:40
Larghetto 3:07
Menuetto 2:23
Adagio 2:00
Menuetto 2:24
Adagio 2:03
Rondo Allegretto 2:05

Total Time: 74:12


REVIEW Hudobný život 5/2022

LOTZ TRIO plays on period basset horns.
Róbert Šebesta – basset horn I – artistic leader
Ronald Šebesta – basset horn II
Igor Františák – basset horn III
Elegant package with a 40-page booklet.
Release Date: 8/30/2021
Music from Seisenburg Castle
Mozart Terzetti K. 439b

The story of Mozart’s original composition for basset horn trio, K. 439b, includes the loss of the manuscript, consequent change of instrumentation, and reordering of movements in prints of Breitkopf & Härtel (1803) and Nicolaus Simrock (1812). The so-called Seisenburg manuscript (c. 1790) does not contain these modifications. It indicates the original basset horn version under the name Terzetti with the original order of movements. A grouping into four terzetti outlines Mozart’s compositional idea of K. 439b with four introductory and final movements, which were probably first performed by the brothers Anton and Johann Stadler with “Mr. Griesbacher”. It is presented in this form on historical basset horns by the Lotz Trio on the recording: Music from Seisenburg Castle.

Róbert Šebesta

Recorded in August 2020, in the historical area of the Veľký Biel Chateau near Bratislava.
Recorded by Lotz Trio
Production and Distribution PAVLÍK RECORDS
Sound Direction & Technical Support Martin & Rostislav Pavlík
Sleeve notes Róbert Šebesta
Translation Katarína Ester Šebestová, ed. Albert R. Rice
Photography Martina Šimkovičová
Seisenburg Castle
Georg Matthäus Vischer – Topographia Austriae superioris modernae
design & layout Zuzana Číčelová
Recorded in high definition format (352.8 kHz/32 bit)
Stereo and 5 channel acoustic version in DXD format available
Supported using public funding by Slovak Arts Council


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