|Of the track, HAUSER says, “There were so many Mozart slow movements that I could have chosen, from at least two or three piano concertos and the violin concertos. I decided in the end to go for the Clarinet Concerto – it’s so simple and yet so beautiful. Those long lines for the clarinet are perfect for the cello, it sounds so natural when you hear it.”|
HAUSER today debuts a new music video for his rendition of Mozart’s “Concerto for Clarinet” from his debut solo album Classic – watch here. The latest installment in HAUSER’s visual companion series to Classic, the video features HAUSER performing the number inside Budapest’s Museum of Fine Arts. HAUSER will conclude the Classic visual album with video releases for remaining album tracks from Mascagni and Borodin – watch his latest videos here. Known for bold performance videos showcasing his imitable playing style, HAUSER has also paired his original video releases with a series of recent performance events entitled “Alone, Together,” streaming concerts from an empty Pula Arena in Croatia to the beautiful Krka Waterfalls National Park – watch here.
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