(fortepiano and co-founder)

(clarinet and co-founder)




DeNOTE sound and video clips

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Mozart ‘Kegelstatt’ Trio, K.498, – opening of finale played by Jane Booth, Oliver Wilson & John Irving (Mozart Chamber Music Vol.1 DMCD007).

The finale from Mozart’s Piano Quartet K.478 (from Mozart Chamber Music vol.1 DMCD007):

The opening of the finale of Mozart’s Duo for Violin and Viola, K.423, played by Marcus Barcham-Stevens and Oliver Wilson (from Mozart Chamber Music vol.2 DMCD008):

The opening movement of Beethoven’s Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano, Op.38 (the composer’s own arrangement of the Septet, Op.20) played by Jane Booth, Ruth Alford & John Irving (from Beethoven and the Art of Arrangement CC5007)

Vanhal Clarinet Sonata in B flat: Andante played by Jane Booth & John Irving (from Johann Baptist Vanhal Complete Works for Clarinet and Piano SFZM0413)

Opening of Mozart’s Grand Quintetto , K.361 – c.1805 arrangement of the Gran’ Partita (from Mozart Chamber Music Vol.2 DMCD008)

Mozart Violin & Piano Sonata in B flat, K454 – opening of the finale played by Marcus Barcham-Stevens & John Irving (from Mozart Chamber Music Vol.1 DMCD007)

Promotional video clip for DeNOTE’s stageshow, The Mozart Project Live!

Fortepianist, John Irving introduces DeNOTE’s concert at the Manoel Theatre, Valletta and plays a newly-restored 19th-century Broadwood grand piano (excerpt from Beethoven Pathétique Sonata)

British group Ensemble DeNOTE will be giving a Mozart concert on the Manoel Main Stage on Wednesday 13th November using an 1888 Broadwood Piano recently restored by The Friends of the Manoel. Visit www.teatrumanoel.com.mt or call 21246389 or send an email to bookings@teatrumanoel.com.mt

Posted by Teatru Manoel on Thursday, 17 October 2019

Mozart’s Kegelstatt Trio for clarinet, viola and fortepiano.

Extract from the finale of Mozart’s Piano Quartet in E flat major, K.452 – c.1793 arrangement of the Piano & Winds Quintet (from The Mozart Project on AppleBooks)

Extract from the finale of Mozart’s Piano Quartet in G minor, K.478 (from The Mozart Project on AppleBooks)