Bach, Abel and Mozart: London Concert Life in 1765


An exploration of the birth of the famous Bach-Abel concerts in 1765, featuring music by the nine-year-old Mozart and the two Germans who arguably provided the biggest influence on the young composer’s burgeoning compositional voice.


J.C. Bach

Symphony in G major, Op.3, No.6


“Va, dal furor portata”, K.21

J.C. Bach

“Cara, la dolce fiamma” from Adriano in Siria


Symphony in E flat, Op.7, No.6


Overture to ‘Love in a Village’

J.C. Bach

“Misera, che ascoltai… Più madre non sono” from Orione
“Non so d’onde viene” from Ezio


Symphony in F major, K.19a

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