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Mozart: Sonatas For Piano/ Violin (Lars Vogt/ Christian Tetzlaff) (Ondine: ODE 1204-2)

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  • Conductor: None
  • Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Audio CD (29 Oct. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ondine
  • ASIN: B00925TBLS
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 296,479 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Sonata for Piano and Violin in B flat major, K. 454 - Christian Tetzlaff/Lars Vogt
  2. Sonata for Piano and Violin in G major, K. 379 (373a) - Christian Tetzlaff/Lars Vogt
  3. Sonata for Piano and Violin in A major, K. 526 - Christian Tetzlaff/Lars Vogt

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Ondine is pleased to release its first chamber music recording from violinist Christian Tetzlaff, featuring his long time pianist Lars Vogt.

The selection of these sonatas for piano and violin by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart demonstrate the composer's genius and show a wide range of emotions.

Christian Tetzlaff is considered as one of the very best violinists in the world. His recording of the violin concertos by Mendelssohn and Schumann, released on Ondine in 2011 (ODE 1195-2) was greeted with considerable acclaim.

Lars Vogt was appointed the first ever "Pianist in Residence" by the Berlin Philharmonic in 2003/04 and enjoys a high profile as a soloist and chamber musician.


These players find so much meaning in this music. --- BBC Music Chamber Choice --Bayan Northcott, BBC Music Magazine

This disc brings together two musicians absolutely at the top of their game and with long experience of working together, as the dialogue between them amply demonstrates… A delight from beginning to end. ---- Gramophone Choice --Harriet Smith, Gramophone

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since i purchased this some months ago i listen regularly. it is a wonderful interpretation of a Mozart sonata - well done!
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HASH(0x914c08d8) out of 5 stars An exciting match 2 Jun. 2013
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I'm not a musician, but I listen to lots of violin music because my daughter plays. Count on Tetzlaff to make old music new -- electrifying. Professional reviewers say Vogt and he together are always first-rate. They also sometimes say his effort at lyricism with the Old Masters can sound forced; but these critics are jaded. Everything he plays sounds as if it were written yesterday. He also has consummate control: It seems he has only to imagine a sound in order to evoke it on his instrument. Possibly Tetzlaff relies a little too often on a predictably extreme interpretation of "piano" and "pianissimo;" more erudite listeners than I marvel at his ability to project the softest of sounds with his bow. My family heard him play the G major in concert this spring with another of his favorite pianists and after that I couldn't live without a recording. I've grown to love all three, the G major and the A major especially, because I love anything that sounds like a folk tune or lullaby, and both those have - what do you call them? -- motives around which entire movements and contrasting movements are spun.
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