MOZART Adagio and Rondo in C minor K.617 for flute, oboe, piano, viola and cello
MOZART String Quartet in C K.465 Dissonance
HUMMEL Septet in D minor Op.74 for piano, viola, cello, bass, flute, oboe and horn
When he was just eight years old, Hummel started to study composition with Mozart, who taught him for two years (without charge), and encouraged his precocious pupil. A year before these lessons started, Mozart had written his Dissonance Quartet as one of the set of six dedicated to Haydn – who was another of Hummel’s teachers. The Septet in D minor, for a novel combination of instruments, was greatly admired by Liszt and Chopin, and it’s among Hummel’s most impressive chamber works.
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