W. A. MOZART Clavier-Concerte 6 & 17

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Tracklist

1.
Clavier-Concert 6 KV 238 in B flat - Allegro aperto
04:15
2.
Clavier-Concert 6 KV 238 in B flat - Andante un poco Adagio
03:54
3.
Clavier-Concert 6 KV 238 in B flat - Allegro Rondo
04:44
4.
Clavier-Concert 17 KV 453 in G - Allegro
07:29
5.
Clavier-Concert 17 KV 453 in G - Andante
06:02
6.
Clavier-Concert 17 KV 453 in G - Allegretto
00:00

Description

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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Producer

Ted Diehl

Recording engineer

Jared Sacks, Bert van der Wolf

Editing

Bert van der Wolf

Recording location

Raphaelplein Kerk, Amsterdam Holland

Analog to digital converter

dCS900

Recording format

PCM 44.1

Microphones

Bruel & Kjaer, Schoeps

Mixing console

Rens Heijnis Custom made

Mastering engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Mastering equiment

Sony digital Editor 3000

Digital to analog converter

Sony

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