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Mozart: Violin Concertos 3, 5 (DG The Originals) CD
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Mozart: Violin Concerto Nos.3 K.216 & 5 K.219
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Anne-Sophie Mutter's performance is certainly memorable, being full of character and charm. The recording is first rate and the BPO play their part to perfection. With repeated listening I may even warm to the 5th concerto, which is equally well played.
The jungle holds many mysteries. Will we ever understand what prompted Claudio Abbado, the former Principal Conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic no less, to go rogue and hobble around with the period practice wolf-pack and all to no vivid end? Was it the onset of senescence or a Lear-like madness? I recently re-listened to his Mozart: The Violin Concertos; Sinfonia Concertante. Heavens to betsy! When Mozart is being re-promulgated as a Dresden China figurine at a lower pitch or, to use a more modern metaphor, as Mozart Zero with no added sugar or fat - just one calorie, baby - surely the Day of the Locust is upon us. Omega Men, step forward!
It is a blessed relief to turn to this famous recording. Even after all these decades, it continues to astound. The young soloist plays fierily and poetically in turns. My celebrated Herbie soup-o-meter did not beep once for its duration. The Berlin Philharmonic, judiciously scaled down, is galvanised by the endeavour. Oh, listen to the deified double basses of this once-great ensemble as they ruminate expansively at 7'11" ff in the Adagio of K 219 - this is opulence. Indeed, both works momentarily appear to be greater than what they are. The warm analogue recording has been enhanced by the latest remastering.
Longevity has been accrued by this endeavour. I cannot say the same for a certain mangy old wolf in this domain whose ululations will soon be lost to the winds.
Anne-Sophie Mutter is a great talent (i believe she was 14 at the time)and she never let's me down with her violin spiel.
Herbert von Karajan is also one of the greats thus all ingredients for a classic classical album.
J. van der Heijden
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