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|1. Allegro vivace|
|3. Allegro assai|
|4. "Ch'io mi scordi di te?"|
|5. "Non temer, amato bene" K. 505 (Idamante)|
|6. "Ch'io mi scordi di te?"|
|9. Allegro assai|
|10. Etude in F minor, Op.posth. "Méthode des méthodes"|
Her skill/understanding of classical music is excellent.
I love her piano playing.
Ms Grimaud's style and sensitivity is a splendid medium through which to channel Mozart. Mozart may not be generally classed as a Romantic composer, but her performance conveys the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by ophelia99
Helene is superb! She plays Mozart with tremendous skill and great artistic interpretation, not just mechanical.
Very inspiring and uplfiting.
I am no expert on the technicalities and correct interpretations of specific composers. However, this is an extremely well put together album. Read morePublished on December 14, 2012 by Hamsa
Helene Grimaud brings her usual drama to two Mozart piano concertos, lifting them above the ordinary. Read morePublished on November 17, 2012 by DMesserPRR
These Mozart Piano Concertos are played within the context of the classical style. Phrasing and terraced dynamics are superb. Read morePublished on March 15, 2012 by Donald Macey
The orchestra plays beautifully, however, Ms. Grimaud's piano part sounds more dull than dulcet with willful rubatos from the beginning to the end. Read morePublished on November 25, 2011 by henearkrxe
It is a pleasure and a privilege to join the other positive reviewers in appreciating this new disc from Helene Grimaud. She serves up concertos 19, plus 23. Read morePublished on November 17, 2011 by drdanfee