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Lang Lang - The Mozart Album (2014)

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Lang Lang - The Mozart Album (2014)

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Piano Concerto No. 24 In C Minor K 491
    Cadenza – Lang Lang, Lili Kraus

A1 	I. Allegro 	
A2 	II. Larghetto 	
A3 	III. Allegretto 	

Piano Concerto No. 17 In G Minor K 453
    Cadenza – W. A. Mozart

B1 	I. Allegro 	
B2 	II. Andante 	
B3 	III. Allegretto - Presto 	

Piano Sonata No. 5 In G Major K 283 (198h) 	
C1 	I. Allegro 	
C2 	II. Andante 	
C3 	III. Presto 	

Piano Sonata No. 4 In E-Flat Major K 282 (198g) 	
C4 	I. Adagio 	
C5 	II. Menuetto I - II 	
C6 	Allegretto 	

Piano Sonata No. 8 In A Minor K 310 (300d) 	
D1 	I. Allegro Maestoso 	
D2 	II. Andante Cantabile Con Espressivo 	
D3 	III. Presto 	

D4 	March No. 1 K 408 	
D5 	Konzertstück In F Major K 33b 	
D6 	Allegro For Piano In F Major K 1c 	
	Piano Sonaata N0. 11 In A Major K 331 	
D7 	III. Rondo Alla Turca - Allegretto ("Turkish March")

Lang Lang – piano
Wiener Philharmoniker
Nikolaus Harnoncourt – conductor

 

For this all-Mozart twofer from Sony, piano virtuoso Lang Lang, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt, and the Vienna Philharmonic present a program of piano concertos, piano sonatas, and several short solo pieces that give a good sampling of the composer's keyboard output. The roster may provoke some cognitive dissonance, though, because Harnoncourt is best known for historically informed period interpretations of Mozart, while Lang Lang and the Vienna Philharmonic are more associated with a conventional, mainstream performance style. One might expect some compromise between the two camps, yet while the orchestra incorporates some aspects of Classical sound into its playing, it remains a modern orchestra of full size, and Harnoncourt doesn't ask for the tone colors and techniques he would demand of his own Concentus Musicus Wien. For the soloist's part, Lang Lang is rather restrained and sensitive to the character of the music, and apart from some showiness in his cadenzas, he shows less of the ebullience and bravura playing he otherwise shows in Liszt or Rachmaninov. The section of the program devoted to solo piano works is less of a stylistic challenge, but Lang Lang's mannered playing is a matter of taste, and listeners who like a fairly Romantic interpretation will like his approach. Others, however, will already know Lang Lang's readings are not historically informed performances and avoid them. ---Blair Sanderson, Rovi

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