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Mozart: Piano Concertos [Sergiu Celibidache, Norbert Buse] [Arthaus: 101673] [DVD] [NTSC] 
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LIVE RECORDING FROM THE MÜNCHNER KLAVIERSOMMER 1986
MOZART PIANO CONCERTOS NOS. 20 & 26
This first release of a concert featuring 56-year-old Friedrich Gulda and the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra at the Münchner Klaviersommer 1986 is truly legendary. Gulda plays and simultaneously conducts Mozart's Piano Concertos Nos. 20 and 26 like no one ever had before. The charismatic and exceptional pianist Gulda turned to "Mr. Mozart", as he was accustomed to calling the Austrian composer with Viennese reverence, quite late in his career, only to dedicate himself to Mozart with heart and soul and study his music right up to the end of his life. In this dedication he was cautious to avoid any kind of sentiment, anything phony or simple sing-song. Friedrich Gulda and the Munich Philharmonic delight the audience with passion, musical perfection and Mozart sounding fascinatingly new.
Sound Format: PCM Stereo
Picture Format: 4:3
DVD Format: DVD 9 / NTSC
Running Time: 69 mins
Region Code: 0
Top customer reviews
Very fine orchestral playing from the MPO (as one would expect during the Celibidache era). Like Tripod I am unclear why Celibidache was mentioned on the header. Gulda conducts the orchestra. Camera work not too intrusive.
I'm not sure why Celibidache is quoted in the product description line - it was his orchestra at the time (explaining its exceptional level of playing) but he didn't conduct these performances, Gulda did that himself.
Very highly recommended!
However, there is no subtitle for the 36 minutes’ interview and I could just rely on the given introduction which summarizes the interview briefly.
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