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Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 11 And 22

June 1, 1991 | Format: MP3

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Jeno Jando is certainly a wonderful pianist who plays these two Mozart concertos with much enthusiasm and warmth. No.11 (K.413) dates from Mozart's "early" days in Vienna, but it is very likable. No.22 (K.482) dates from about 3 years later, late 1785. Some have described this work as the "Queen" of all his Piano Concertos. The woodwind writing is absolutely marvelous, particularly in the middle movement. Clarinets are used that add beautiful tonal color to this great concerto. The sound quality is very good, and the performance is polished. Only reason I gave this 4 stars is because, although very good, it is not quite up to par with Murray Perahia's versions with the English Chamber Orchestra. But still, at this price, this release would be difficult to match.
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The Naxos team consisting of pianist Jenö Jandó, the chamber orchestra Concentus Hungaricus and conductor Mátyás Antal came together again in May, June and July 1990 in order to record this, the sixth volume of the Naxos Complete Mozart Piano Concertos, and it seems to me that they had lost nothing of the impetus created by the previous issues, most of which were definite five-star material. Concerto No. 22 is marked by its writing for winds, including clarinets, and my impression was of a well-functioning team where the whole is more than the sum of its parts: beautiful music, and (for Naxos) exceptionally well recorded. Concerto No. 11, probably written in January 1783, also has some interesting passages for the woodwind, this time without clarinets, and demonstrates that mixture of galant and learned, of playful glee and meditative melancholy which was to make Mozart so popular. Although this CD was not, for some reason, given three stars in the Penguin Good CD Guide, the recording quality sounds to me just as good as on the previous volume, and if you are not particular about listening to Mozart on period instruments, this disc could be just what you are looking for.
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Heard the pianist first on the radio in the kitchen and thought even from across the room what a MASTERFUL PIANIST and ALSO CONDUCTOR !!!!!!!
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