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Trio in E-flat Major Kegelstatt, K. 498 for Clarinet (or Violin), Viola and Piano

By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Violin, viola and piano
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Score and parts. International Music Co. #1144. Published by International Music Co. (IM.1144).

Item Number: IM.1144

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  • 3

    Anonymous
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • June 14, 2015 Great Piece, Sloppy Editing

    This edition will suffice, but it has several (fairly minor) problems. The score and parts appear to have been edited by different persons with no consultation between them (or, as may be, among them): They don't match. Articulations are disparate, and so occasionally are dynamic marks. There are many...

    measure number errors in the clarinet part and at least a few in the viola part too. (I haven't checked the violin part). I recommend you buy another edition if feasible, but this one will do in a pinch.To save you rehearsal time, I'll list below some of the errors I've caught.Clarinet part: 1) Measure number errors: a) First movement: 52 should be 51; 73 should be 75; 116 should be 115. b) Third movement: 194 should be 195. 2) Other errors: a) Third movement measure 88 is missing an eighth rest. b) First movement measure 66 is missing a forte mark.Score: Second movement trio, m.47, viola, first triplet eighth of third beat should be middle C, not Bb as written.

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  • 5

    Jacob Litoff
    Location:
    Millis, MA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • April 10, 2009 It's a great piece, among my favorites.

    This Kegelstatt trio is a wonderful piece to play. I've performed it several times. All 3 instruments have great parts to play. The melodies will stay in your head forever. And to think Mozart composed the piece in his mind while playing skittles(sort of like bowling).

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