Recorded today during the annual house concert of my viola partner and friends, the first mvt. of Mozart's famous quartet. A bit of a chance ensemble, we had only played this two or 3 times before, and that was without the celllist. Not the ultimate in refinement, but the ensemble playing is pretty tight. I like the way the cello blends in with the piano to create an orchestral-sounding canvas.
Mozart - Quartet in G minor KV 478 - 1: Allegro
Also from the same concert, first mvt of the Sinfonia Concertante for violin, viola and orchestra. This did not come out as well as the quartet, it was also not rehearsed very often, and pardon some slips in the piano reduction (by one Michael Töpel), which is pretty grueling in places.
Mozart - Sinfonia concertante in E flat major KV 364 - 1: Allegro maestoso
We had great fun with these, I hope they can be enjoyed despite the flaws (and the f***ing dogs taking part in the Sinfonia).