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Giuliano Carmignola, Il Quartettone, Carlo de Martini - Mozart - Violin Concertos (2006) Lossless

18-10-2016, 19:42
Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Title: Mozart - Violin Concertos
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Brilliant Classics
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Total Time: 68:38 + 62:47
Total Size: 617 Mb


CD 1:
Violin Concerto No.1 B-Dur KV 207
1. Allegro moderato 7:00
2. Adagio 7:35
3. Presto 5:27
4. Rondo for Violin & Orchestra B-Dur KV 269 6:30
Violin Concerto No.2 D-Dur KV 211
5. Allegro moderato 8:25
6. Andante 6:44
7. Rondeau: Allegro 4:14
Violin Concerto No.3 G-Dur KV 216
8. Allegro 8:42
9. Adagio 7:23
10. Rondeau: Allegro 6:14

CD 2:
Violin Concerto No.4 D-Dur KV 218
1. Allegro 8:07
2. Andante cantabile 6:13
3. Rondeau, andante grazioso – allegro ma non troppo 7:21
Violin Concerto No.5 A-Dur KV 219
4. Allegro aperto 9:36
5. Adagio 10:01
6. Rondeau: Tempo di menuetto 8:51
7. Adagio for Violin & Orchestra E-Dur KV 261 6:43
8. Rondo for Violin & Orchestra C-Dur KV 373 5:39

Giuliano Carmignola – violin Pietro Guarneri di Venezia (1733)
Il Quartettone
Carlo de Martini - direction

Is there really a crying need for another recording of Mozart's Violin Concertos? After all, the works have already had hundreds of recordings and the honor roll of the great recordings probably runs to the dozens. But, in fact, the answer is yes, not only is there room for another recording of Mozart's Violin Concertos, but, in truth, there must be more recordings of Mozart's Violin Concertos. Why? Because if there weren't, classical music would become what most people already think it is: a museum.
But as long as there are violinists around like Giuliano Carmignola, classical music will never be a museum for the dead because in his hands, Mozart's Concertos are brilliantly, vibrantly, irresistibly alive. Carmignola, who later signed with Sony and then Deutsche Gramophone after these recordings were made in 1997, is a violinist with a light bow, a warm tone, an impeccable intonation and a superlative technique, all of which are needed for Mozart's effervescent Concertos. But, best of all, Carmignola has an elegant way of turning a phrase and a graceful manner of expressing the inner life of the music. With the skilled if not especially characterful il Quartettone led by Carlo de Martini, Carmignola turns in performances of Mozart Concertos which while they might not challenge the greatest recordings ever made, certainly do reconfirm the life enhancing -- life affirming -- qualities of the music.

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