Idomeneo: Ballet Music, K. 367
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Idomeneo : K. Mozart , , and Italian words. Imprint Los Altos, Calif. Physical description 1 score 2 v. Series Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Selections Packard ; 1.
Piano Concerto No. 15 in B-flat, K. 450 (Kalmus Edition)
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Kreutzer, Hans Joachim. Brown, Bruce Alan. In Read more addition there is a Passecaille in E flat which Mozart excised, probably intended in the first place to follow the gavotte.
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All this is music well worth rescuing. Christopher Hogwood directs the Chaconne with plenty of vitality, catching happily the mood of the celebratory finale there is a bit too much of noisy D major junketing at the end, but that's Mozart's fault ; I thought the Larghetto a little slow and heavy some of it is rather thickly scored , but the little passepied is done with much delicacy. The gavotte which Mozart remembered when composing the finale of the Piano Concerto, K is played with much charm and I enjoyed the exceptionally rare opportunity to hear the Passecaille, which is not really vintage material but has some attractive scoring including clarinets.
The Posthorn Serenade, the last of Mozart's big Salzburg serenades unless you reckon in the Haffner Symphony, designed for a similar purpose , done here with its attendant marches, goes with a splendid swing to its rhythms, with the quick outer movements as crisp and lively as one could wish. The solo posthorn in the second minuet has a noble and resonant ring.
The soloists in the inserted two-movement concertante are pairs of flutes, oboes and bassoons, sensitive to the tender expression of the Andante grazioso, and especially the principal flute and oboe, delightfully neat and playful in the rondo. Perhaps the days of the carefree serenade were over for Mozart by The careful shaping and the intensity of Hogwood's reading do not contradict that view.
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