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MOZART, Angela Hewitt, Hannu Lintu, Orchestra da Camera del Conservatorio di Mantova

Piano Concertos Nos 17 and 27

Piano Concerto No 17 in G major K453 [30'10] 1 Allegro [12'21] 2 Andante [9'49] 3 Allegretto – Presto [8'00] Piano Concerto No 27 in B flat major K595 [29'09] 4 Allegro [13'23] 5 Larghetto [6'01] 6 Allegro [9'45]
  • Angela Hewitt - piano
  • Hannu Lintu - conductor
  • Orchestra da Camera del Conservatorio di Mantova - orchestra
  • MOZART
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Nr kat.: CDA67919
Label  : Hyperion

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH CLASSICAL ALBUM OF THE WEEK 'The Andante of K453 evokes the finest in Hewitt, its trajectory exposed through pathos and proud gesture, the pauses treated as silences to generate expectancy for daring harmonic modulations. That's model musicianship' (Gramophone) 'The sound is wonderfully clean and focused, with an ideal balance between Hewitt's customary Fazioli piano and the orchestra. … [K453 finale] Here Lintu starts the movement with light-footed grace, using minimal vibrato on the strings, Hewitt taking her cue with playing of elegance and buoyancy … The attention to musical contrast and stylistic integrity is similar throughout. Hewitt's own illuminating notes in the booklet are a bonus, making this a Mozart release to cherish' (The Daily Telegraph) 'The success of her performances of K595 and the G major, K453, rests in part on Hewitt's feeling for Mozart's remarkable harmonic and tonal range in both works … Mozart gives us plenty more surprises … Hewitt relishes these, as if freshly exploring and delighting in them … These characteristics of intelligent delight in the music also mark Hewitt's performance of the G major Concerto … It is brilliantly done, and this is a brilliant performance all round' (International Record Review) 'Angela Hewitt’s recording is perfection itself — not just in how precisely she places each and every note, but in how she and the orchestra sound as if they are breathing and working as one' (Musical Toronto, Canada) 'Hewitt draws great delicacy from her Fazioli piano … Strongly recommended' (Liverpool Post)