From Minnesota Public Radio:
All four of these sonatas display a different personality. That's the great thing about Mozart, Hahn explains, "His writing is distinctive, and intriguing. You can identify his music immediately." The fact that Mozart was able to pull off composing one completely original work after another is a testament to his amazing ability. This new collection of Mozart sonatas with Hilary Hahn and Natalie Zhu is a wonderful testament to their talent, and to the legacy of a composer who has touched generations of music lovers.
The Intro is fascinating - listen to it before you listen to the tracks.
Wolfie is smiling.
Mp3s from Mozart: Violin Sonatas K. 301, 304, 376 & 526:
Intro (Hilary Hahn on women's equality in these sonatas)
Mozart - Sonata for Piano and Violin in F, K.376, 1. Allegro
Mozart - Sonata for Piano and Violin in G, K.301, 1. Allegro con spirito.mp3