Garage Mozartby john ayres(MEMBER)on May 24th, 2011
This trio is great fun for all players as each gets a turn with spectacular solo passages.
The ensemble passages are very satisfying. the clarinet part which i think is intended as the principal, is the easiest to get through but as always, takes skill to make an impression. Alternate lead part for violin and alternate cello for the viola give you some room to accommodative who you have available.
Found a trio for clarinet, cello and piano!by anonymouson March 27th, 2011
It was so easy to download this music. I had been trying to find pieces for the combination of clarinet, cello and piano and so it was good to be able to just pick out the pages I wanted. Thank you for solving my problem and at such reasonable cost.
Mozart Trio No. 7 K498by anonymouson July 20th, 2010
The Mozart piece has always been a favorite. It's been recorded by the likes of Yo Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax with Richard Stoltzman. The parts were easy to download and print and included optional violin and cello parts. We will be performing the Trio at our church in a few weeks.
For Clarinet, Viola and Pianoby Gordon Phelpson February 12th, 2008
Should be noted that the correct instrumentation is for Clarinet, Viola and Piano. The clarinet is not the "optional" part at all.
This is a superb piece, a real treat for all three players.
Mozart Trio No 7 K498by Robin Ransomeon September 3rd, 2007
A very pleasant piece for amateur chamber musicians
Kegelstattby Jared Shepardon August 26th, 2007
One of the finest examples of chamber music. This is what chamber music should be. Of special note is the rondo finale, where each instrument is featured as the 'a' theme is passed around.
-This edition contains a couple of errors, so be sure to listen to a recording or compare to another edition.