Mozart, Chromadepth 3D Version, Piano Quartet in G minor, KV 478, 3rd mvt




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Published on Mar 31, 2012

The third movement (Rondeau) of Mozart's Piano Quartet in G minor, KV 478, with a 3D score.

Q: 3D? What's this about?
A: If you are wearing Chromadepth glasses, this video will appear in 3D, which each instrument separated from the other.

Q: This is cool; where can I see more of these?
A: I've created a separate YouTube channel dedicated to ChromaDepth 3D videos:

Q: Why did you delete my comment?
A: I posted this video as an experiment with Chromadepth; I'm only keeping comments that are related to the special glasses (either from viewers who are using them, or questions about the glasses). If you want to comment on the music, please visit the original version of the video:

Q: What is Chromadepth?
A: You can read about the system here:

Q: Where can I get Chromadepth glasses?
A: I got the "premium" plastic version (ChromaPro 3D, $6.00 apiece) here:
There is also a paper version (ChromaDepth 3D, $1.65 apiece):

Q: Are the paper glasses a lot worse than the plastic ones?
A: The image seems nearly identical, but the plastic ones fit better, stay on better, and have lenses made with thicker/sturdier material. To me, the plastic ones seem worth the extra money if you're buying a single pair for yourself, but if you're handing them out at a party or something, the paper ones are adequate.

Q: Will this work with any 3D glasses?
A: No; only with Chromadepth glasses (Chromadepth/ChromaPro). It will not work with polarized, shutter, or 2-color (anaglyphic) glasses.

Q: Will these glasses work with your other videos?
A: These glasses will give some 3D effect on any of my videos (since they all contain multiple colors); some will be more dramatic than others.

Q: Is it worth the trouble?
A: I don't know. One of my viewers told me about these glasses, and said she'd enjoyed watching my videos with them. I thought it was interesting enough to experiment with. Let me know what you think in the comments.

Q: Who is performing?
A: This recording is by the Charmillon Piano Quartet; its members are Etienne Abelin, violin, Michael Schwendimann, viola, Matthias Kuhn, violoncello, and Eva-Maria Zimmermann, piano.

Q: Where can I download the MP3 of this piece?
A: Either on iTunes ...
... or on Amazon ...

Q: Where can I hear more music by that group?
A: Here:


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