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Always curious about unjustly neglected repertoire, Louis-Noël Bestion de Camboulas introduces us here to a Mozart we have not met. Above and beyond his church sonatas, works written on commission, pieces meant to showcase a vocalist or an instrument (such as the rarely heard glass harmonica) or as a mark of friendship with another musician, this is a veritable treasure chest of musical gems that reflect the incredible versatility of the Salzburg genius.
Always curious about unjustly neglected repertoire, Louis-Noël Bestion de Camboulas introduces us here to a Mozart we have not met. Above and beyond his church sonatas, works written on commission, pieces meant to showcase a vocalist or an instrument (such as the rarely heard glass harmonica) or as a mark of friendship with another musician, this is a veritable treasure chest of musical gems that reflect the incredible versatility of the Salzburg genius.
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Artist: Louis-Noel Bestion De Camboulas
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1. Mozart: Church Sonata No.13 in C Major, K.329
2. Mozart: Church Sonata No.1 in E-Flat Major, K.67
3. Mozart: Church Sonata No.14 in C Major, K.328
4. Mozart: Fragment Eines Präludiums, K.624
5. Mozart: Ariette, K.307 ?Oiseaux Si Tous Les Ans?
6. Mozart: Gigue in G Major, K.574: Gigue in G Major, K.574
7. C.P.E Bach: 12 Variations on ?Colin A Peine A Seize Ans?, H.226 WQ.118/6
8. Mozart: Church Sonata No.8 in F Major, K.244 Violins, Bass and Organ
9. Haydn: Flötenuhrstücke, Hob. XIX:1:32: Flötenuhr in C Major, Hob. XIX:13 - Flötenuhr in F Major, Hob. XIX:2 - Flötenuhr in
10. Mozart: Church Sonata No.10 in C Major, K.263
11. Mozart: Solfeggio No.2 in F Major, K.393
12. Mozart: Zwei Deutsche Kirchenlieder: Kirchenlied ?O Gottes Lamm?, K.343/1
13. Mozart: Suite for Keyboard, K.399: Ouverture
14. Mozart: Kleiner Trauermarsch in C minor, K.453A
15. Haydn: Flötenuhrstücke, Hob. XIX:1:32: Flötenuhr in G Major, Hob. XIX:27 - Flötenuhr in D Major, Hob. XIX:25
16. Mozart: Church Sonata No.4 in D Major, K.144
17. Mozart: Andante in F Major, K.616
18. Mozart: Church Sonata No.15 in F Major, K.224
19. Mozart: Adagio for Glass Harmonica in C Major, K.356
20. Mozart: Church Sonata No.3 in D Major, K.69
21. Mozart: Adagio and Allegro in F minor, K.594
22. Mozart: Church Sonata No.17 in C Major, K.336
23. Mozart: Adagio in C minor, K.546 ; Fugue in C minor, K.426 (Arr. for Harpsichords By Louis-Noël Bestion de Camboulas)
24. C.P.E Bach: Fantasia ?Sein Oder Nicht Sein?, WQ. 202: Fantasia ?Sein Oder Nicht Sein?, WQ.202
25. Mozart: Lied ?Komm, Liebe Zither?, K.351
26. Mozart: Fantasia in F minor, K.608
27. Mozart: Church Sonata No.2 in B-Flat Major, K.68
28. Mozart: Ariette ?Dans Un Bois Solitaire?, K.308
29. Mozart: Die Zufriedenheit "Was Frag' Ich Viel Nach Geld Und Gut", K.349
30. Mozart: Adagio, K.593A ; Fugue, K.626 (After the Requiem's Kyrie) [Arr. for Harpsichords By Louis-Noël Bestion de Camboulas]
31. Mozart: Church Sonata No.11 in G Major, K.274
32. Mozart: Church Sonata No.12 in C Major, K.278

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Always curious about unjustly neglected repertoire, Louis-Noël Bestion de Camboulas introduces us here to a Mozart we have not met. Above and beyond his church sonatas, works written on commission, pieces meant to showcase a vocalist or an instrument (such as the rarely heard glass harmonica) or as a mark of friendship with another musician, this is a veritable treasure chest of musical gems that reflect the incredible versatility of the Salzburg genius.
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