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W. A. Mozart & M. Haydn Violinkonzerte SACD

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  • Conductor: Hartmut Haenchen
  • Composer: Michael Haydn
  • Audio CD (13 Nov. 2005)
  • Please Note: Requires SACD-compatible hardware
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: SACD
  • Label: Sony Music Classical
  • ASIN: B0002QXS74
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 393,593 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. "Violin Concerto No. 3 in G Major, K. 216"
  2. "Violin Concerto in B flat major, P 53"
  3. Allegro
  4. Adagio
  5. Rondeau: Allegro
  6. "Rondo for Violin and Orchestra No.2 in C major, K. 373"
  7. "Rondo for Violin and Strings in A major, D 438"
  8. Allegro moderato
  9. Adagio
  10. Allegro molto

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Five MARVELOUS Stars! This Sony Classical recording captures the renowned, award-winning violin virtuoso Baida Skride playing a balanced program of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s "Concerto No. 3 in G Major, K. 216" and his "Rondo No. 2 in C Major for violin and orchestra, K. 373"; Franz Schubert’s "Rondo in A Major for violin and orchestra, D 438"; and Michael Haydn’s “Concerto in B flat Major for Violin and Orchestra, Perger 53". Skride is supported admirably by the Kammerorchester Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach under the direction of Hartmut Haenehen.

All of these performances are excellently rendered by Ms Skride and the kammerorchester on a clean, clear soundscape with the orchestra slightly behind Ms. Skride's violin. In the "Concerto No. 3 in G Major" Allegro movement, Mozart creates a breezy, dignified, insistent theme for the orchestra before Skride’s sweet, singing violin enters. She and the orchestra give a technically brilliant, nuanced performance exploring the themes: at one point individually a bassoon, then oboes, and then violins rise to the fore underneath, completing sub themes before Skride’s stunning 2 and 1/2 double and triple-stopped cadenza recaps the preceding themes. The tempo and sentiment slows for the Adagio movement and the lovely, persistent 7-note theme and a Skride cadenza that is dazzling beauty. The sprightly, limpid mult-part Rondeau: Allegro movement is loaded with pretty themes requiring great timing between Skride and the orchestra. Then Mozart’s "Rondo No. 2 in C Major for violin and orchestra, K. 373” allows much lyrical theme ornamentation by Skride.
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i have bought it and it's a counterfeit , this is not a SACD, is a standard CD

W. A. Mozart & M. Haydn Violinkonzerte SACD

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Conductor: Hartmut Haenchen
Composer: Michael Haydn
Audio CD (13 Nov 2005)
Please Note: Requires SACD-compatible hardware
SPARS Code: DDD
Number of Discs: 1
Format: SACD
Label: Sony Music Classical
ASIN: B0002QXS74
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Amazon.com: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful CD! 2 Nov. 2016
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I don't have much training in music at all; I am just a person that loves classical music deeply. This is one of my favorite CDs, as it let me discover the wonderful beauties in Mozart violin concertos for the first time about 10 years ago. Since then, I have collected Mozart violin concertos by Issac Stern, Anne-Sophie Mutter, and other great players. Even with all the CDs from these world famous players, I still come back to this CD very often. It simply moves me deeply!

As for her playing of both Schubert and Haydn, I don't have much to say, except for these are also very beautiful!
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5.0 out of 5 stars BAIBA SKRIDE PLAYS ENJOYABLE MOZART, HAYDN, & SHUBERT PIECES WITH KAMMERORCHESTER CPE BACH 25 Oct. 2015
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Format: Audio CD
Five MARVELOUS Stars! This Sony Classical recording captures the renowned, award-winning violin virtuoso Baiba Skride playing a balanced program of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s "Concerto No. 3 in G Major, K. 216" and his "Rondo No. 2 in C Major for violin and orchestra, K. 373"; Franz Schubert’s "Rondo in A Major for violin and orchestra, D 438"; and Michael Haydn’s “Concerto in B flat Major for Violin and Orchestra, Perger 53". Skride is supported admirably by the Kammerorchester Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach under the direction of Hartmut Haenehen.

All of these performances are excellently rendered by Ms Skride and the kammerorchester. In the "Concerto No. 3 in G Major" Allegro movement, Mozart creates a breezy, dignified, insistent theme for the orchestra before Skride’s sweet, singing violin enters. She and the orchestra give a technically brilliant, nuanced performance exploring the themes: at one point individually a bassoon, then oboes, and then violins rise to the fore underneath, completing sub themes before Skride’s stunning 2 and 1/2 double and triple-stopped cadenza recaps the preceding themes. The tempo and sentiment slows for the Adagio movement and the lovely, persistent 7-note theme and a Skride cadenza that is dazzling beauty. The sprightly, limpid mult-part Rondeau: Allegro movement is loaded with pretty themes requiring great timing between Skride and the orchestra. Then Mozart’s "Rondo No. 2 in C Major for violin and orchestra, K. 373” allows much lyrical theme ornamentation by Skride. In contrast, my favorite of the recording is Schubert’s marvelous 13 minute “Rondo in A Major, D 438” begins with the orchestra alone in a very stately mood before the tempo picks up for Skride’s kinetic, subtle fireworks, pulling off difficult phrases with ease and assurance, as the tempo varies though to the end. Skride’s interplay with the orchestra on the varied themes is enthralling.

Haydn’s Concerto in B flat Major has Skride and the kammerorchester producing an ethereal, elegant, floating experience within the Allegro moderato movement as Skride executes long sinuous phrases with the orchestra and in her cadenza. It begins with a phrase that is a popular 20th Century ‘quote’ by jazz musicians. The Adagio is a beautiful 3/4 time piece with a lovely theme that again has been used in modern popular music and ending literally with a sigh, before the Allegro molto rushes along with Skride’s urgent display, with the orchestra’s fiery rippling phases underneath. It’s interesting and refreshing that the Haydn does not go for the big ending to each movement in this concerto. This is a superb, balanced program of Mozart, Haydn, and Shubert violin and orchestra works that Baiba Skride, Hartmut Haenehen, and the Kammerorchester Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach perform impressively and ultimately enjoyably. My Highest Recommendation. Five GLORIOUS Stars. (Sony records. 8 Tracks. Time-66:33.)
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