Mozart, Mostly #9103

…Through arrangements, transcriptions and revised attributions we discover that Wolfgang Amadeus really did revere the 'king of instruments', sometimes in unexpected ways.

W.A. MOZART: Overture in C, K. 399  Gerhard Weinberger (1782 Stumm organ/Amorbach Abbey Church)

W.A. MOZART: "Adagio" & Fugue in c, K. 546  E. Power Biggs (1923 Adema Gallery Organ/Basiliek St. Bavo, Haarlem, The_Netherlands)

W.A. MOZART: Fugue in g, K. 154; Gigue in G, K. 574; Fugue in g, K. 401  Martin Haselböck (1758 Pirchner/Duomo, Brixen, Italy)

W.A. MOZART: Festival Sonatas in C, K. 329/336  Ian Watson; The King's Consort/Robert King, conductor (Sillman)

W.A. MOZART: "Adagio" in C, K. 536  Martin Haselböck

W.A. MOZART: Chorale-prelude, "Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein", from "Die Zauberfloete", K. 621  Gerhard Weinberger

W.A. MOZART: Prelude & Fugue in C, K. 394  Johannes Proeger (1745 Stumm/Kirchheimbolanden Monastery)

W.A. MOZART: "Molto allegro", from Symphony No. 40 in g, K. 550  Hans van Nieuwkoop, Jacques van Oortmerssen (1827 Baetz/Grotekerk, Hardewijk)

W.A. MOZART: "Benedictus", K. 275; Fugue in E-flat, K. 153  Martin Haselböck (1773 Pfliegler/Kloster, Altenburg, Austria)

W.A. MOZART: Festival Sonata in E-flat, K. 67  The King's Consort