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Mozart: Piano Concertos K.271 - "Jeunehomme"&  K.503

Alfred Brendel

Mozart: Piano Concertos K.271 - "Jeunehomme"& K.503

...full of feeling and chemistry
UNI077 (Decca)
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Piano Concerto No.9 in E flat, K.271 - "Jeunehomme" - 1. Allegro

Piano Concerto No.9 in E flat, K.271 - "Jeunehomme" - 1. Allegro

Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Soloist Alfred Brendel
Band Scottish Chamber Orchestra
10:40 Play
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Piano Concerto No.9 in E flat, K.271 - "Jeunehomme" - 2. Andantino

Piano Concerto No.9 in E flat, K.271 - "Jeunehomme" - 2. Andantino

Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Soloist Alfred Brendel
Band Scottish Chamber Orchestra
13:01 Play
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Piano Concerto No.9 in E flat, K.271 - "Jeunehomme" - 3. Rondeau (Presto) - Menuetto

Piano Concerto No.9 in E flat, K.271 - "Jeunehomme" - 3. Rondeau (Presto) - Menuetto

Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Soloist Alfred Brendel
Band Scottish Chamber Orchestra
10:48 Play
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Piano Concerto No.25 in C, K.503 - 1. Allegro maestoso

Piano Concerto No.25 in C, K.503 - 1. Allegro maestoso

Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Soloist Alfred Brendel
Band Scottish Chamber Orchestra
15:36 Play
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Piano Concerto No.25 in C, K.503 - 2. Andante

Piano Concerto No.25 in C, K.503 - 2. Andante

Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Soloist Alfred Brendel
Band Scottish Chamber Orchestra
08:13 Play
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Piano Concerto No.25 in C, K.503 - 3. Allegretto

Piano Concerto No.25 in C, K.503 - 3. Allegretto

Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Soloist Alfred Brendel
Band Scottish Chamber Orchestra
09:25 Play
Total Running Time 68 minutes
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In this album, legendary Australian conductor Charles MacKerras conducts the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in this excellent rendition of Mozart's piano concertos.

This album is licensed for download from Decca.

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Alfred Brendel

Alfred Brendel

Alfred Brendel's place among the greatest musicians of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries is assured. Renowned for his masterly interpretations he is one of the indisputable authorities in musical life today.
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Scottish Chamber Orchestra

Scottish Chamber Orchestra

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra is one of Scotland’s foremost cultural ambassadors. The Linn series features performances conducted by Robin Ticciati, Alexander Janizcek, Joseph Swensen and Sir Charles Mackerras.
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Sir Charles Mackerras

Sir Charles Mackerras

Sir Charles Mackerras enjoyed a long relationship with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and was renowned as an expert in Mozart interpretation.
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Alfred Brendel's discography is among the most extensive of any pianist.  He is one of the few pianists to have recorded all of the Mozart piano concertos, eight of which he recorded with Sir Charles Mackerras.

Mackerras' partnership with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra yielded many outstanding recordings.  They developed an impressive reputation particularly for their interpretations of Mozart and this recording is further proof that within this field they are an unbeatable partnership.

Brendel, Mackerras and the SCO are something of a dream team and Decca has captured all their skill in a must-have recording of some of Mozart's best-loved music.

‘The balance between playfulness and thoughtfulness is magically realized. The improvisational vein and deep feelings, the classical poise, the seductive wit and the noble melancholy - all are there in Brendel's rendition drawing that long invoked image of Mozart, the genius "smiling through tears". Brendel reached that ineffable level of music-making where any comment on his fabulous technical and musical skills falls in superfluous. No stupefying speed, no hail on keyboard, no outrageous fortissimos, but subtleties, crystal-clear finger-work and a refined poised touch instead.' P. Adrian

‘Mackerras listens to Brendel, they exhange little turns of phrase, musical ideas; the orchestra joins in the fun and games; the result this spontaneous, fresh, joyous recording.' N. Ford

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