Composed in his final year, this concerto is one of Mozart's last and most enduring works. Nicole and John explore the origins of the concerto, which was originally for a slightly different and more obscure instrument. They also talk about what to listen for in each movement and even give a little music theory lesson to explore some unintended consequences in the music. 

Show Notes

Mozart's Clarinet Concerto performed by the Frankfurt Radio Symphony, Clarinetist Jochen Tschabrun, and conductor Alondra de la Parra

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