Mozart: "(re)inventions" for flute and cello
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Eric Lamb, Martin Rummel
More "(re)inventions" ... following the Bach project from 2013, Eric and I moved on to Mozart. The two violin/viola duos exist in an early 18th century version for violin and cello, and although the anonymous arranger made quite a few unnecessary changes to the lower part, this served as a starting point for our Mozart journey. I returned to the original in most places, but had to admit that for the cello some of the changes (such as the second movement of the B Flat Major duo) made more sense. Naturally some double stop passages of the violin part needed to be re-distributed between flute and cello, and here and there the violin has the odd note more than the flute ...