Mozart Symphony No. 4

as performed (still) by Academy of St. Martin in the Fields under Sir Neville Marriner Mozart Monday… I also realized last week was almost entirely of first symphonies, aside from Bruckner: Rautavaara Mozart Shostakovich Borodin Barber I apparently didn’t sync Mozart 2 or 3 to my iPod (I suppose I’ll skip the spurious symphonies) so we move to number 4. I found it thoroughly more interesting texturally. Again, it’s really short, so I listened to it a few times. Need I say it is very… Mozart-y? I suppose the boy made some progress in a year. He was nine when … Continue reading Mozart Symphony No. 4