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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.622

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Iceland Symphony Orchestra
Cornelius Meister, conductor
Arngunnur Árnadóttir, clarinet

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.622 0:00
- Allegro 0:27
- Adagio 12:58
- Rondo (Allegro) 20:07

From Iceland Symphony's concert, Harpa, Reykjavík, September 10th 2015.

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This is the very concerto, that was played at my brother`s funeral. It brought me back to the days, that he and I played together more than six decades ago. We both loved the same music, which my parents and other siblings also liked. Now they are all dead and I am left with so many beautiful memories. This piece will always remind me of my childhood.

Author — Albert Willems

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Who is listening to Mozart during the COVID lockdown?

Author — Mark Johnson

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I am a 13 years, and I play the clarinet. I hope I someday can play this piece, and maybe half as good as she did. She’s so talented, and she makes it seem easy.

Author — Caroline

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Eu achei maravilhoso. Digno de Mozart.

Author — Nivaldo Castro

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Lindo timbre do clarinete... lembro de quando participei da banda sinfônica da escola.

Author — Jose Izel

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12:58 toca no fundo de qualquer coração

Author — Guilherme Conceição dos Santos

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Even in the wilds of Africa "long live Mozart! "

Author — Daniel gitau Mukuhi

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I am very elderly and have always loved Mozart. This lass with her clarinet is just heaven. During lock down I have been endeavouring to renew my acquaintance with the piano although it is sixty years since I last did so. Although I make many mistakes the piano has been my saviour.

Author — Margaret Taylor

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I was a very talented clarinet player when I was young (14 years old), I earned 1st chair in the state. Since then I lost the motivation to practice and by the time I was in college band I was mediocre at best. I haven’t played since but this brings me back to how fulfilling it was to create such a beautiful sound. I miss being a musician so much.

Author — Sara Morris

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I am a wdow, of a few yrs, I miss my husband so much, the lonliness is unbarable, when I play this music, I seem to gain strengh, to carry on. so talented. Thank you so much Gwyneth from Wales

Author — Gwyneth Wynne

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Thank you, Mozart, for keeping me sane in this insane world.

Author — David Calhoun

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The bitter-sweet beauty of the second movement brings tears to my eyes...

Author — Ramonit Belascuain

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All the hours spent practising as children, honing their skills, all that time, all the mistakes, all the pain and sweat, until one day as adults they finely all congregate together working as a finely tuned machine to reproduce such amazing music written by a genius who lived hundreds of years ago...i salute all the musicians here in this video and Mozart himself and am humbled and grateful they can give us such beautiful and amazing music to listen to and touch our hearts...at times we humans can truly shine!

Author — MrCOLTSR2

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When my father was in the hospital being treated for terminal cancer, I took a selection of classical music for him to listen to. This concerto was his favorite. I always think of him when I hear it.

Author — zephyr2141

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Love the way Ms. Arnadottir plays - lovely lovely tone and expression.

Author — writeract2 La Principessa Anne

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tudo superlativo:música, interpretação e visual

Author — Francisco Bártolo

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I've listened to this several times. The performance is exquisite and the sound balance between the clarinet and the orchestra is outstanding.

Author — Vic

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Quelle superbe interprétation. J'ai des frissons en voyant cette merveilleuse clarinettiste, sans oublier tous les autres musiciens ainsi que le chef d'orchestre. Bravo!

Author — Benjamin Dray

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Mozart would be pleased. Beautiful, expressive, lyrical playing. Brava! (And beautiful work from the orchestra as well!)

Author — Inés de Erausquin

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Just what I needed as I work at my desk through the enforced isolation. So beautiful. Thank you

Author — bryanstone6