Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) Divertimento No. 2 in Bb major K. App. 229
edited by Trio di Clarone (Sabine Meyer, Wolfgang Meyer, Reiner Wehle) [3bassethn[F](clar. bsn or 3clar)]
The Trio di Clarone's new edition of the five Mozart Divertimenti K. 229(439b) offers alternative performance possibilities:
- original version: 3 Basset Horns
- traditional, standard version: 2 Clarinets and Bassoon
- new version, for group teaching: 3 Clarinets
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Like Ludwig Güttler and his "Trumpet and Organ" albums, another team of esteemed soloists has prepared its own edition of a work they have superbly recorded: Sabine Meyer, Wolfgang Meyer and Reiner Wehle, who perform together in the "Trio di Clarone" besides appearing as soloists, offer a practical edition which is absolutely faithful to the original musical text.
The Divertimento No. 2 is the first of our new, fundamental editions of the five Mozart Divertimenti K. Anh. 229 (439 b), which were originally conceived for three basset horns. However, these well-known pieces can naturally still be played by two clarinets and bassoon, a scoring which has become standard since the beginning of the'19th century. In addition, they can also be performed an three clarinets, which makes them ideal for use in teaching instrumental ensemble playing.