Patrick G Jordan
Mozart is today accepted as a pillar of the musical canon, but in his lifetime he was another working musician, another brick in the wall, so to speak. His enlivened the musical conversation as a performer and composer and was both influenced by his colleagues and he and his work directly influenced others. This program explores the impact Mozart had on two younger musicians, Joseph Leopold Edler von Eybler in Vienna and Hyacinthe Jadin in Paris.
Joseph Edler von Eybler – String Quartet in C minor, Op. 1 no. 2
Hyacinthe Jadin – String Quartet in C major, Op. 3 no. 1
Wolfgang Amadé Mozart – String Quartet in C major “Dissonance” K. 465