Dvorák: Violin Concerto CD+DVD
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For all that I can hear the extra bounce and force applied by Mutter compared with Vengerov's more restrained and patrician live performance, I cannot say that the two versions are so very different: both are surpassingly sweet of tone and technically brilliant; these are two great discs. Mutter allows herself a little more schmaltz and encompasses a slightly broader range of colouring and dynamics but she never approaches the excessive expressivity that her critics find in her playing. You would never guess that its original dedicatee never played it in public because he thought the orchestral scoring "too thick"; Mutter commands proceedings and convinces the listener that this is a masterpiece rather than a loose, undeveloped string of jolly folk tunes.
The sound is marginally warmer and more immediate on this later DG disc and the Berlin Philharmonic has the edge over the New York Philharmonic for virtuosity and sheen - but again, there's not much in it. Honeck I have found to be skilled but faceless in previous recordings; here he is galvanised rather than cowed by the outsize personality of his soloist and the results are magical.Read more ›
If you want to hear this done properly check out any Czech Philharmonic rendition or the Baremboim/Perlman version which is sublime.
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Beautiful playing and great to have a DVD as well, I gave it as a present to my mother and she loves it.Published on 5 Jan. 2014 by Isobel Clarey