Klavierkonzert in d-Moll, KV 466 ist ein Klavierkonzert von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. In even the four early Concertos, adapted from the music of Raupach, Honauer, Schobert and CPE Bach, he invests every phrase with the same microcosmic shades of expression that distinguish the later masterpieces. ", By jjfan in forum Recorded Music and Publications, By ScipioAfricanus in forum Classical Music Discussion, By Day in forum Recorded Music and Publications, All times are GMT +1. Whether listened to in sequence or picked out at random, each one is a polished gem that one can’t imagine ever being equalled, let alone surpassed – that is, until you move onto the next! Come on, don’t be mean – this concerto is perfect. I must say, too, that the Mozart Piano Concerto #1, which is an early transcription of someone else's composition by Mozart, found a superb reading on the Naxos label with Hungarian pianist Jenö Jandó. Four complete cycles stand out for their consistency of vision and accomplishment…, Daniel Barenboim (piano)English Chamber Orchestra (1967-1974)EMI 572 9302 (10 CDs). Interestingly, it is when Mozart is at his most disarmingly lyrical that Brendel really comes into his own, as in the two exquisite A major Concertos K414 and K488, which he phrases with a suppleness and gently exultant quality that captures the music’s mood perfectly. 2. Incredibly, Mozart wasn't even 20 years old when he wrote this concerto. By Freya Parr. More than any other conductor/director he takes care to ensure that important inner voices (violas especially) illuminate the texture where appropriate. Among Mozart's piano works, none are explicitly written with a part for a pedal-board. The glorious 17 with Andreas Staier is not outclassed though, (the 17 was Leonard Bernstein´s favourite piece of music). 20 in D Minor (K. 466), Mozart, who was the soloist and conductor, used his own piano, equipped with a pedal-board. Quite apart from the music’s interpretative challenges that sit on a knife-edge between restrained elegance and passion, absolute precision and spontaneity, laughter and tears, the successful Mozartian must encompass a virtuoso exuberance that is never showy, a glowing cantabile touch free of self-awareness and an uncluttered clarity of thought that avoids the clink of Dresden china. After completing it in early 1785, Mozart performed as the soloist at its world premiere on February 11, 1785. By entering your details, you are agreeing to Classical Music terms and conditions and privacy policy. March 30, 2020 at 10:00 am . Barenboim’s ability to create a convincing emotional narrative, familiar from his Beethoven Sonata recordings of the same period, turns each work into a must-hear conversation piece in which every phrase becomes an unmistakable musical metaphor. Klavierkonzert entstand im Februar 1785 in Wien. Background. He extends the same degree of care to the orchestral parts as he does his own, so that one senses the sea change in the C minor central movement of K271 as a jewel of musical intensity. Murray Perahia (piano)English Chamber Orchestra (1975-1988)Sony 82876 872302 (12 CDs). Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.5 (Emperor) Let’s start as we mean to go on. Es gilt als erstes sogenanntes sinfonisches Konzert Mozarts. For the sheer exhilaration of discovering these extraordinary works as if for the very first time, Daniel Barenboim’s (right) first integral cycle with the English Chamber Orchestra still takes pride of place. I spent a fortune on deodorant before I realized that people don't like me anyway. Einen Tag nach der Fertigstellung wurde das Klavierkonzert am 11. Even when Mozart is at his most operatically bubbly, as in the finale of No. We compare the finest complete recorded cycles of all 27 of the composer's sublime Concertos for keyboard... Alongside Bach’s cantatas, Beethoven’s String Quartets and Haydn’s Symphonies, Mozart’s series of 27 solo and multiple Piano Concertos are among the most sublime musical collectives ever committed to manuscript.