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Julia Fischer/Yakov Kreizberg - Mozart Violin Concertos Nos. 1, 2 & 5 (2006) {HD Tracks}

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Julia Fischer/Yakov Kreizberg - Mozart Violin Concertos Nos. 1, 2 & 5 (2006) {HD Tracks}

Artist: Julia Fischer/Yakov Kreizberg
Title Of Album: Mozart Violin Concertos Nos. 1, 2 & 5
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: PentaTone Classics
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (Tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless {24bit/96kHz}
Time: 01:09:49 min
Total Size: 1,23 Gb
WWW: allmusic

Julia Fischer is joined by Yakov Kreizberg and the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, as the musicians explore three Mozart concertos for violin and orchestra. The program includes Mozart’s joyous first two concertos and his complex fifth. This highly anticipated work follows the pair’s successful recording of Mozart’s Concertos Nos. 3 and 4. Fischer delivers a radiant performance filled with lyricism and refined charm, while Kreizberg commands the well-balanced orchestra with vibrant spontaneity.
Review Richard Wigmore ""
This follow-up to Julia Fischer's widely acclaimed disc of Mozart's Concertos Nos 3 and 4 confirms the 23-year-old as a player of dazzling maturity and technical finish. Her tone is sweet and imaginatively coloured, her shaping of the music invariably interesting, with each phrase related naturally to its place in the larger scheme.
In fast movements, launched by Yakov Kreizberg's bristling, bright-eyed tuttis (the orchestral sound slightly inflated by the reverberant church acoustic), Fischer tends to be fierier and more assertive than either Pamela Frank or James Ehnes. The opening Allegro of No 5 and the outer movements of No 1 are superb in their mingled finesse of detail and exhilarating sweep - and I liked the aptly scaled cadenzas concocted jointly by Fischer and Kreizberg. More controversial is the triple-time finale of No 2. Fischer's unusually swift, tense reading is certainly effective, though here, as occasionally elsewhere, I did miss the wit and playfulness found by Ehnes and, especially, Frank.
It would be an exaggeration to say that Fischer slightly romanticises the slow movements. But she does cultivate a more intense vibrato and a more moulded, espressivo style of phrasing than either of the rival versions, especially in the seraphic Adagio of No 5, where her tempo is by some way the broadest of the three. While her performance is subtle and very beautiful, I am even more moved by Ehnes and Frank, both of whom seem to me to capture a crucial quality of spiritual innocence that eludes the more sophisticated Fischer. Ultimately, though, it all boils down to taste. Certainly, no one could deny the intelligence, panache or musical insight of Fischer's vividly imagined performances.

Julia Fischer/Yakov Kreizberg - Mozart Violin Concertos Nos. 1, 2 & 5 (2006) {HD Tracks}
Violin Concerto No. 1 in B flat
01. Allegro moderato (6:51)
02. Adagio (7:54)
03. Presto (5:44)

Violin Concerto No. 2 in D
04. Allegro moderato (7:56)
05. Andante (7:22)
06. Rondeau (Allegro) (4:11)

Violin Concerto No. 5 in A
07. Allegro aperto (9:30)
08. Adagio (11:35)
09. Rondeau (Tempo di menuetto) (8:45)

Julia Fischer, violin
Pieter-Jan Belder, harpsichord (K.207 & K.211)
Netherlands Chamber Orchestra
Yakov Kreizberg, conductor

Julia Fischer/Yakov Kreizberg - Mozart Violin Concertos Nos. 1, 2 & 5 (2006) {HD Tracks}

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aldighieri   User offline   14 August 2015 22:09

Thank you very much

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