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W. A. MOZART Clavier-Concerte 6 & 17

Jos van Immerseel, Anima Eterna

W. A. Mozart

SKU: 1891

Year of release: 1991

Clavier-Concert 6 KV 238 in B flat 20:13
1. Allegro aperto W. A. Mozart 06:55
2. Andante un poco Adagio W. A. Mozart 05:54
3. Allegro Rondo W. A. Mozart 07:24
Clavier-Concert 17 KV 453 in G 30:02
4. Allegro W. A. Mozart 12:08
5. Andante W. A. Mozart 10:02
6. Allegretto W. A. Mozart 07:51
Total time: 50:16

About this album

CONCERTO 6 B flat Major KV 238 Composed: Salzburg, January 1776 Mozart is 20 years old. 1777, 6 October, Munich “then I played the Concerto in C, in B flat, and in E flat, and then my trio”. 1777, 24 October, Augsburg “The concerto for 3 claviers: Herr Demmler played the first part, I: the second, and Herr Stein the third. Then I played alone, the last sonata in D [which I wrote] for Drnitz : then my concerto in B flat…” 1793 First posthumous publication, Andr, Offenbach. CONCERTO 17 G major KV 453 Composed: Vienna, before 12 April 1784 Mozart is 28 years old. 1784, 26 May, Vienna “The concerto which Herr Richter praised so much is the one in B flat, which is the first one which I wrote and for which he had already given me so many compliments. I can’t really choose between these two concerti–I think both of them will make the player sweat a bit–but the one in B flat is greater in difficulty than the one in D.–Moreover I am very eager [to know] which, among the 3 concerti in B flat, D and G, pleased you and my sister the most. The one in E flat does not belong at all to the same group.–It is a very special sort of concerto, and written more for a small than for a large orchestra–thus I am referring only to the 3 larger concerti. I am eager to know if her opinion is the same as mine and that of people in general. Obviously it is necessary to hear these concerti in a good performance and with all the orchestral parts. I am more than willing to wait until I get them back again–just make sure that no one else gets his hands on them. Just today I could have had 24 Ducats for one of them–but I think it would be of more use to me if I keep it to myself for a couple of years, and only then publicize it by having it engraved.” 1787 first (?) publication Heinrich Ph. C. Bossler, Speyer.

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Technical Specifications

Digital To Analog ConverterSony
Mastering EquimentSony digital Editor 3000
Mastering EngineerBert van der Wolf
Mixing ConsoleRens Heijnis Custom made
MicrophonesBruel & Kjaer, Schoeps
Recording FormatPCM 44.1
Analog To Digital ConverterdCS900
Recording LocationRaphaelplein Kerk, Amsterdam Holland
EditingBert van der Wolf
Recording EngineerJared Sacks, Bert van der Wolf
ProducerTed Diehl