Mozart - Excellent Piano Concertos - Vol. 2 (DVD) []

Mozart — Crucial Piano Concertos — Vol. 2 (DVD)

Runtime: 99min

Present Antiquated: 9/20/2005

Director/Author/Cast: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart , Andre Previn

Features: Color, Dolby Digital 5.1 Re, Soundtrack English, Guideline Screen

The series CRUCIAL PIANO CONCERTOS was produced in gala of the 250th birthday of one of Western music`s most authoritative and superb artists, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Each aggregate focuses on the concertos of a particular days in the einstein composer`s calling. This second chapter compiles performances conducted by some of the bare Mozart interpreters of the century, including Hedrun Holtmann and Andri Previn. Not only are these performances aurally pleasing, they are also a feed for the eyes, having been injection on the locations where Mozart lived and worked. This second aggregate includes concertos 1, 3, 23, and 24.

This DVD is say of a continuing series of performances of Mozart's piano concertos featuring varying artists and orchestras in a figure of bewitching European sites. This one, from near the start 1990s performances, features two near the start arrangements by Mozart of pieces by earlier composers — his Concertos Nos. 1 and 4, played by Heidrun Holtmann, with the orchestra of Italian Lingua Franca Present and Tv of Switzerland, under Marc Andreae. The concerti themselves are moderately inappreciable but astounding for having been arranged (from works by H. F. Raupach [1728-1778] and Leontzi Honauer [1737-?1790]) when Mozart was only eleven. The performances were filmed in the Teatro Scientifico del Bibiena.

The crucial A Vital Piano Concerto, K. 488, is played by the very childlike-appearing Hungarian dazzling Zoltán Kocsis with the Virtuosi di Praga under Jirí Behlohlávek in the Rittersaal of the Palais Waldstein, Prague. Kocsis is a marvelous Mozartean. I memory a terrific CD conduct of the Three Piano Concerto, K. 242, with gink Hungarians András Schiff and Deszo Ránki as well as the Two Piano Concerto (with Ránki), with the Hungarian Form Symphony under the esteemed Janos Ferencsik. The first two movements of the A Vital Concerto are absolutely ravishing.

The last splendid conduct is by André Previn playing and conducting the 23rd Concerto in C Trivial. He is given elaborate prop up by the Superb Philharmonic (London). That loveliest of all Mozartean blockish movements, the only effort he ever wrote in F clever trivial, is meltingly pleasing. The conduct is filmed at the radiant Grosse Galerie of the Schönbrunn Palatial Home in Vienna. Previn plays his own quite wonderful and make-congruent cadenzas in movements I and III.

The justifiable for getting this DVD, I think it likely, is for the visual as well as the lilting values. All three recording venues are bewitching, the healthy is ripping in all three performances.

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