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Don Juan, ballet, Wq. 52: 2. Andante
Bruno Weil, Tafelmusik
Don Juan, ballet, Wq. 52: 2. Andante

Gluck, Don Juan, or the Stone Guest’s Banquet (1761): 2. Andante

Tafelmusik • Bruno Weil (1993)

Mozart borrows from this melody at least twice (it was the ‘Deh vieni alla finestra’ in Gluck’s ballet): the first time, in that haunting serenade Pedrillo sings in the Abduction ('In Moorish lands, a maid was imprisoned…’), and the second, as the source for the variations in the D minor quartet. 


1932 Bauhaus Cabinet Model B 290 | Design: Bruno Weil for Thonet | Germany

This very rare cabinet was designed by Bruno Weil (BèWè), the artistic director of Thonet-Frères in Paris and it was produced by Thonet Germany in Frankenberg. The furniture is unrestored, in original coral color and stunningly beautiful patina. Highly rare and a museum piece. - Via


Haydn, Symphony No. 82 in C major “The Bear” (1786)

1. Vivace assai
2. Allegretto (7:20)
3. Menuet & Trio (14:06)
4. Finale. Vivace (17:54)

Tafelmusik • Bruno Weil (1994)