Recently on Marilyn's discussion boards...

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This post is a headstart if anyone cares to listen. I'll finish it later.

Begin the piece at (1:30) the reason for that is classical sonata form has a repeated exposition, in English that simply means that the whole opening is literally repeated. Many players skip the repeat because, although formal, it is antiquated. At (3:21) it builds-up to the climactic (3:35 - 3:42). Mozart should have sustained that high point longer than 7 seconds he had a good progression going and cuts it off too soon. So the criticism is rather a "not-enough" than an actual problem. Much of Mozart's instrumental music is not as intense as it is smooth with excellent finish in the lines. Difficult to appreciate such simplicity until you get an earful of B-list composers and their awkward or disproportionate phrasings.
"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gzemq3bpz54"

Handel Halvorsen, posted previously, then became unavailable on Youtube. Two favorite parts (2:24 - 2:42) Classy, nonchalant, If it were a season it'd be autumn. Then a sense of fond reminiscence in (2:52 - 2:52).
"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7TodEGLhQQ"

Fritz Kreisler. (Modern era violinist) love the repeated arpeggiated (linear) progression of (0:12 - 0:48) then (1:48 - 2:23) then a Vivaldi-esque (2:32 . . .) and if you listen you'll here more variations of that same progression-part as the music goes on.
"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBvjFhwCZAE"

Beethoven. (from previous post) The most devastating, intimate, grief-stricken opening I've heard. A very "interior" music almost like a private language. As each great composer has unrivaled works these late quartets are Beethoven's own world, completely deaf, these are his last works so this isn't just dramatic flair, but inconsolable and hopeless.
"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlFYC1U5viw"