Isabelle Faust violin
Alexander Melnikov fortepiano
Mozart wrote his first violin sonatas during childhood. He went on to develop the genre in later years with works such as the Violin Sonata in F K377, a mix of high spirits and melancholic reflection, and the Violin Sonata in A K526, considered by many to be his finest composition for violin and keyboard.
Supported by CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Violin Sonata in E flat major K380
6 Variations in G minor K360 'Helas, j'ai perdu mon amant'
Violin Sonata in F major K377
Violin Sonata in E minor K304
Violin Sonata in A major K526
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