Neue Mozart-Ausgabe, Serie VIII, Werkgruppe 21, Duos und Trios für Streicher und Bläser (p. 5-32) Kassel: Bärenreiter-Verlag, 1975. It may not be public domain elsewhere, however. More information about this can be found here.
Album · 1990 · 9 Songs. Beethoven: Violin Sonata No. 1 In D Major, Op. 12 No. 1. 2009. Beethoven: Serenade in D Major, Trio in C Minor. 8 In G Major, Op. 30 No. 3.
Joseph Philip Fuchs (April 26, 1899 or 1900 – March 14, 1997) was one of the most important American violinists and teachers of the 20th century, and the brother of Lillian Fuchs. Born in New York, he graduated in 1918 from the Institute of Musical Art in New York where he studied with Franz Kneisel. In 1926 he was appointed concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra, but resigned in 1940 to pursue a solo career
Lillian Fuchs made her New York début on the violin in 1926, but soon switched to viola at the urging of Franz Kneisel (she was once heard to say, much to the great surprise of the auditors present, that it had never been her idea to play the viola, as she considered the instrument to be too big for her!). She thereafter was a founding member of the Perolé Quartet, playing viola with this ensemble from 1925 to 1945. She collaborated with the Budapest and Amadeus String Quartets (see below) and often in performance with her brothers Joseph, a violinist and Harry, a cellist. In 1947, Bohuslav Martinů composed and dedicated his 'Madrigals' for violin and viola to Lillian and Joseph Fuchs after hearing them perform the Mozart Duos at Town Hall in New York City.
Recorded Mozart duos for violin, viola and symphony concertante with Joseph Fuchs. Lillian Fuchs, classical musician, educator, composer. Recipient Artist Teacher award, 1979, award American Viola Society, 1981, award Music Education Association of New Jersey, 1960, Morris Loed prize, Isaac Newton Seligman prize; one of 1st viola artists to perform and record 6 cello suites by . Fuchs, Lillian was born on November 18, 1901. Daughter of Philip and Kate (Weiss) Fuchs. Graduate in Violinwith highest honors, Juilliard School Music. Member Perole String Quartet. Teacher viola and chamber music Juilliard School Music
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|Duo No. 1 In G Major For Violin And Viola, K. 423
Composed By – Mozart*
|A1||I - Allegro||6:05|
|A2||II - Adagio||3:32|
|A3||III - Rondo: Allegro||4:45|
|Duo No. 2 In B-Flat Major For Violin And Viola, K. 424
Composed By – Mozart*
|B1||I - Adagio||6:21|
|B2||II - Andante Cantabile||3:22|
|B3||III - Andante Grazioso; Allegro||7:52|
- Record Company – Columbia – Y 35228
- Producer – John McClure
- Viola – Lillian Fuchs
- Violin – Joseph Fuchs
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