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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000101.txt from 2008/10

From: "Lelia Loban" <lelialoban@-----.net>
Subj: [kl] Karl Leister K.622
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 08:59:59 -0400

Tony and Dan, thank you for the additional insights.

Tony Pay wrote,
>What is the genesis of bars 108/109/110? Where did Mozart get them from?
>
>OK, I know they occur in the opening Tutti. But where did he get them from
>when they appear THERE (bars 20/21/22)?

Oh rats. That question has turned the passage into an earworm that's going
to drive me crazy until someone answers the question. I think Mozart
borrowed the melody line there from one of his own operas. I can't place
it, but I'm hearing the melody in my head as a fairly thin orchestral
accompaniment (a few stringed instruments, not the whole gang) for a duet
between a soprano and a tenor where, right after that passage, the full
orchestra and the chorus join in. Or I could be totally wrong and I should
probably just shut up now....

Lelia Loban
http://members.sibeliusmusic.com/Lelia_Loban

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