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  • Audio CD (2 Sept. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Deutsche Gramm (Ims
  • ASIN: B0000012WJ
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Mozart's singing melodies, simple rhythms and sudden dynamic changes prompt the violin to sing 9 short opera scenes with sweet virtuosity and drama.

1. Violin Concerto in D, KV271i - 1. Allegro maestoso
The sweet-voiced violin spins embellished lines with beautiful simple rhythms, plus an ambivalently expressive cadenza before sudden mood change to a happy ending with the orchestra.

2. Violin Concerto in D, KV271i - 2. Andante
The violin sings a highly ornamented simple melody, plus delightfully sensual multiphonic ascending scales in a trill-laden cadenza. The plucked strings opening creates a fairytale-like atmosphere, and the violin duly plays out infinite light and shade of emotional undercurrents of classical fairy tales.

3. Violin Concerto in D, KV271i - 3. Rondo. Allegro
Full of temperament and fleeting emotions, the vibrant violin tosses off virtuosic embellishments with colouratura agility.

4. Violin Concerto No.4 in D, K.218 - 1. Allegro
The emotionally balanced violin continues to change mood abruptly with lyrical profusion and musical expression; the intense, searing cadenza contains astringent ascending scales of incandescent beauty.

5. Violin Concerto No.4 in D, K.218 - 2. Andante cantabile
The romantically tuneful violin sings an incredibly tender love aria and even more tunefully arresting scales before the orchestra returns.

6. Violin Concerto No.4 in D, K.218 - 3. Rondeau. Andante grazioso - Allegro ma non troppo
An easy-flowing two-theme work with sudden impassioned moments spurred by orchestra sforzandi. The mellifluous violin sings with sweet serenity, shifting elegantly between bright major mode and dark rich-hued minor.

7. Sonata for Piano and Violin in B flat, K.
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Einstein was right on the money when he dismissed K 271a - the so-called Seventh Violin Concerto - as a crude forgery. Stylistic attributions mean nothing; nevertheless, not a single bar predicates Mozart as I hear it. K 268 (and its first movement in particular) has stronger claims.

I enjoyed this disc even if it doesn't strike me as being definitive. This recording was made before Abbado underwent his `On the Road to Hogwood' experience. In sharp contrast with his bloodless and bland outings with the Orchestra Mozart (sic), Abbado is virility personified - watch out Viktoria! It's a Five Star excursion on his part. The Chamber Orchestra of Europe is superlative.

This is my first encounter with David Garrett. From what I understand, he's joined the cross-over circus as a fiddler. While I enjoy his red-blooded approach, he's not the last word in refinement (for instance, the famous double-stopping episode in the finale of K 218 - an evocation of Christmas - is crude compared with the likes of Oistrakh, Grumiaux, Kantorow and Anne-Sophie Mutter). Nor do I detect any great partnership in play in his survey of K 454 - a masterpiece - with Itamar Golan. It's passionately played and no more; stillness is lacking. Not once did I sense the duo were listening to one another in depth.

The recording is excellent. This is a way-station at best.
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HASH(0x9e20abe8) out of 5 stars David Garrett the Prodigy 3 Aug. 2010
By Margo - Published on Amazon.com
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David Garrett's popularity today is his combining classical violin pieces with rock classics over two decades (or more). But this CD is early DG when he was the child prodigy beloved by all of Europe (he was born in Germany of one American parent). I love this CD because of his amazing technique. If you buy one or more of his recent works, you can see why his crossover pieces are amazing music lovers of all ages. This man knows the violin. He went to Julliard as a youth and was mentored by Izaak Perlman.
You can see why he was brought to the US's most prestigious school at an early age. I don't know the vintage of the strad he plays on this CD; he now plays one crafted in 1717. Just so you know the man's roots are in the classics. I have several of his CDs but this one is my favorite.
I recommend this CD highly, not just for DG's playing and Abbado's conducting, but for the excellent production values as well. Then stick a toe into the CD entitled David Garrett (2008 or 2009) and be amazed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e23da08) out of 5 stars Passionated Violinist 3 Feb. 2014
By Xana Munguia Basurto - Published on Amazon.com
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Early recordings. Amazing as a kid, very mature with a great sense of melody. It is true that he was only a child but so engaged and formal that traps you. Passion comes stronger with the years and there is no mistake to say that David has that Passion, delivering his soul in every note. I want to listen more and more.
HASH(0x9e23dba0) out of 5 stars Sweet Virtuosity! 3 Sept. 2014
By Peipei Qin - Published on Amazon.com
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Mozart's singing melodies, simple rhythms and sudden dynamic changes prompt the violin to sing 9 short opera scenes with sweet virtuosity and drama.

1. Violin Concerto in D, KV271i - 1. Allegro maestoso
The sweet-voiced violin spins embellished lines with beautiful simple rhythms, plus an ambivalently expressive cadenza before sudden mood change to a happy ending with the orchestra.

2. Violin Concerto in D, KV271i - 2. Andante
The violin sings a highly ornamented simple melody, plus delightfully sensual multiphonic ascending scales in a trill-laden cadenza. The plucked strings opening creates a fairytale-like atmosphere, and the violin duly plays out infinite light and shade of emotional undercurrents of classical fairy tales.

3. Violin Concerto in D, KV271i - 3. Rondo. Allegro
Full of temperament and fleeting emotions, the vibrant violin tosses off virtuosic embellishments with colouratura agility.

4. Violin Concerto No.4 in D, K.218 - 1. Allegro
The emotionally balanced violin continues to change mood abruptly with lyrical profusion and musical expression; the intense, searing cadenza contains astringent ascending scales of incandescent beauty.

5. Violin Concerto No.4 in D, K.218 - 2. Andante cantabile
The romantically tuneful violin sings an incredibly tender love aria and even more tunefully arresting scales before the orchestra returns.

6. Violin Concerto No.4 in D, K.218 - 3. Rondeau. Andante grazioso - Allegro ma non troppo
An easy-flowing two-theme work with sudden impassioned moments spurred by orchestra sforzandi. The mellifluous violin sings with sweet serenity, shifting elegantly between bright major mode and dark rich-hued minor.

7. Sonata for Piano and Violin in B flat, K.454 - 1. Largo - Allegro
With brief courteous exchanges, rapport is quickly built. The playful violin begins a flirtatious, witty duet with the piano flying across a wide pitch range.

8. Sonata for Piano and Violin in B flat, K.454 - 2. Andante
The warm, expressive, tender, yearning violin sings a beautiful art song with nuanced phrasing and pure intonation.

9. Sonata for Piano and Violin in B flat, K.454 - 3. Allegretto
A light, witty piece. The bubbly violin exchanges brisk melodic banter with the piano, reminiscing merry duets in Mozart's comic operas.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e34eeac) out of 5 stars Chook Feed from DG 24 Mar. 2014
By Bernard Michael O'Hanlon - Published on Amazon.com
Einstein was right on the money when he dismissed K 271a - the so-called Seventh Violin Concerto - as a crude forgery. Stylistic attributions mean nothing; nevertheless, not a single bar predicates Mozart as I hear it. K 268 (and its first movement in particular) has stronger claims.

I enjoyed this disc even if it doesn't strike me as being definitive. This recording was made before Abbado underwent his `On the Road to Hogwood' experience. In sharp contrast with his bloodless and bland outings with the Orchestra Mozart (sic), Abbado is virility personified - watch out Viktoria! It's a Five Star excursion on his part. The Chamber Orchestra of Europe is superlative.

This is my first encounter with David Garrett. From what I understand, he's joined the cross-over circus as a fiddler. While I enjoy his red-blooded approach, he's not the last word in refinement (for instance, the famous double-stopping episode in the finale of K 218 - an evocation of Christmas - is crude compared with the likes of Oistrakh, Grumiaux, Kantorow and Anne-Sophie Mutter). Nor do I detect any great partnership in play in his survey of K 454 - a masterpiece - with Itamar Golan. It's passionately played and no more; stillness is lacking. Not once did I sense the duo were listening to one another in depth.

The recording is excellent. This is a way-station at best.
By trisha - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
It is a wonderful album. I love the music and would recommend it to any music lover. It is good to hear Mr. Garrett in earlier years.
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