Anne Sophie Mutter Beethoven: Violin Concerto

Anne Sophie Mutter: Romance (Violin)  

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Anne Sophie Mutter: Romance (Violin)

Anne Sophie Mutter: Romance (Violin)
Classical | APE/MP3 320kps | 260mb (APE) | 130mb (MP3)

A 1993 compilation of Anne Sophie Mutter's "romantic" collection, including Wieniawski's Legend, Massenet's Meditation from Thais, and several slow movements from the great violin concertos.
111 Years Deutsche Grammophon - DVD 5 - Anne Sophie Mutter playing Mozart violin concertos 4 & 5 (2009)

Anne Sophie Mutter - Mozart Violin Conciertos 4 & 5 (2009)
1 DVD ISO | 720x480 | MPEG-2 DVD | LPCM, DTS 5.0 | Language: English| Subtitles: No | 55 MIN | 4,5 GB
Genre: Classical | Violin

This is the DVD 5/13 of the 111 Years of Deutsche Grammophon Box. It corresponds to num. 4 & 5 violin concertos by Mozart, fantastictly played (and conducted) by Anne Sophie Mutter.
Anne-Sophie Mutter & Herbert von Karajan - Beethoven: Violin Concerto (1980/2015)

Anne-Sophie Mutter & Herbert von Karajan - Beethoven: Violin Concerto
Classical | FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | 48:23 min | 879 MB | Digital booklet
Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Tracks: 03 | Rls.date: 1980/2015

A legend in his lifetime for his interpretations of Beethoven, Herbert von Karajan recorded a large swathe of the composer's oeuvre. Here, Karajan conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, with violin soloist Anne-Sophie Mutter.
Anne-Sophie Mutter, LPO - Mozart: Violin Concertos No. 1-5; Sinfonia Concertante (2005/2015) [24/96]

Anne-Sophie Mutter, LPO - Mozart: Violin Concertos No. 1-5; Sinfonia Concertante (2005/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 148:49 minutes | 2,93 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Four-time Grammy-winning violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter celebrated the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth in 2006 with a series of releases of all his major works for violin, among them this performance with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Mutter herself. Plus, violist Yuri Bashmet appears on the Sinfonia concertante.
Anne-Sophie Mutter, BP, Manfred Honeck - Dvorak: Violin Concerto/Romance/Mazurek/Humoresque (2013) [24/96]

Anne-Sophie Mutter, BP, Manfred Honeck - Antonín Dvořák: Violin Concerto/Romance/Mazurek/Humoresque (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 55:06 minutes | 1,05 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Thirty years after their last recording together, violin virtuoso Anne-Sophie Mutter reunited in 2013 with the Berlin Philharmonic, the orchestra with whom her international career began. During that long interval, both she and the orchestra developed their repertoire and refined their musicianship in their own ways. Mutter has been playing Dvořák’s music for decades but had never recorded his Violin Concerto until now. Together with conductor Manfred Honeck and the Berlin Philharmonic, she gives us a voluptuous and emotional interpretation of the Romantic-era work. Mutter also includes Dvořák’s Mazurek, Op. 49, Romance in F Minor and Humoresque to round out this album.
Antonin Dvorak - Concerto, Romance, Mazurek (Anne-Sophie Mutter, Berliner Philharmoniker, Manfred Honeck) (2013)

Antonin Dvorak - Concerto, Romance, Mazurek (Anne-Sophie Mutter, Berliner Philharmoniker, Manfred Honeck) (2013)
Classical | Eac. Flac, Image+Cue, Log | Scans | 247 MB
Label: Deutsche Grammophon | TT: 55:08

Even though Anne-Sophie Mutter recorded most of the great violin concertos early in her career, working closely with Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic, she hadn't recorded the Violin Concerto in A minor of Antonín Dvorák. This 2013 recording with Manfred Honeck and the Berlin Philharmonic fills that gap in her legacy, and this is an exceptionally bright and passionate performance, well worth the wait. Mutter is impeccable in execution and warm in expression, especially in the infectious Finale, and her presence is quite vibrant, thanks to Deutsche Grammophon's expert microphone placement that separates the violin from the orchestra and puts it front and center in the mix.
Anne-Sophie Mutter & Herbert von Karajan - Complete Recordings on Deutsche Grammophon 1978-1988 [5CD] (2008)

Anne-Sophie Mutter & Herbert von Karajan - Complete Recordings on Deutsche Grammophon 1978-1988 [5CD] (2008)
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 1.44 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 762 Mb | Artwork
© 2008 Deutsche Grammophon | 0289 477 7572 0 | 5% repair rar
Classical / Violin

From 1976, when Herbert von Karajan – already a legend – met the prodigiously gifted 13-year-old Anne-Sophie Mutter until his death 13 years later, she was the only violinist to appear with him in concert and on disc. This 5-CD set contains all the concertos they recorded together for Deutsche Grammophon. It includes the concertos by Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Bruch and Brahms; but now, for the first time, there is also the Tchaikovsky Concerto, as well as the Beethoven Triple Concerto with Mark Zeltser and Yo-Yo Ma, and the Brahms Double Concerto with Antonio Meneses.
Karajan - Beethoven Violin Concerto - DVD 6/24 - His Legacy For Home Video

Karajan - Beethoven Violin Concerto - DVD 6/24 - His Legacy For Home Video
Classical | DVD | with scans | 2,71 Gb (DVD5) | DVD´s FULL No compression
All Videos of this collection (except one) are DVD5, yet complete, without taking anything from the original.
Release: October 1999 | Publisher: Sony Classical

I have heard many recordings of Beethoven's masterpiece. But this is not just one of the good ones …..it is THE ONE. The combination of Berlin, Karajan and last but definitely not least, Anne-Sophie Mutter makes this the best music DVD I have ever seen and listened to. Not only is the orchestra perfect, the violin takes the music to new heights and on top of all, the camera is never intrusive, but always there where the action is. If you are looking for a perfect concert and love the violin………….this is it.
Dutilleux, Bartók, Stravinsky - Violin Concertos (Anne-Sophie Mutter)

Dutilleux, Bartók, Stravinsky - Violin Concertos (Anne-Sophie Mutter)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 283 MB
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Perhaps this disc needs no explanation. Henri Dutilleux's Sur le même accord is a short piece for violin and orchestra that is, as the title suggests, based on one "chord", which Mutter rather more simply describes as an 'aria' (the piece's subtitle is 'Nocturne'). Indeed there is much lyrical writing that displays Mutter's expressive warmth that underpins this mysterious and yet illuminative work. Another Nocturne comes in the shape of Bartók's Concerto for Violin no. 2, but here it is a slightly uneasy one. The scherzoid interruption is magnificently light, the ending glorious. Mutter and Ozawa follow the twists and turns of the finale like a shadow, making clear in the process the correspondences with the Scherzando of the second movement. Finally, Stravinsky's Concerto for Violin commands a meticulous control, clarity of vision, and an attention-grabbing conviction that Mutter manages with sensitivity and nuance sufficient to maintain a masterstroke to the end.
Shlomo Mintz, Giuseppe Sinopoli - Beethoven: Violin Concerto, Romances (1988)

Shlomo Mintz, Giuseppe Sinopoli - Beethoven: Violin Concerto, Romances (1988)
EAC | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) - 294 MB | MP3 (CBR 320 kbps) - 164 MB | Covers Included | 01:05:22
Genre: Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Catalog: 4230642

Judging simply by timings, Mintz and Sinopoli seem to have decided on a middle path in their approach to the first movement of this concerto: they take nearly a minute less over it than Mutter and Karajan (also on DG), about a minute and a half more than Perlman and Giulini on EMI. Using ears rather than a stopwatch, however, they seem to be giving by far the slowest performance of the movement that I have heard in years. It is a reading from which anything which might savour of soloistic display has been expunged, in which no note, even one of a flourish of semiquavers, is allowed to be 'merely' decorative. Mutter is fond of polishing every note like a jewel, too, but the very opening of the concerto in hers and Karajan's reading sounds positively sprightly set beside the newcomer. The moment Mutter enters the speed slackens markedly, but Karajan watchfully assures that the pulse returns with each tutti, and a sense of momentum is present throughout, even during the soloist's most wayward rhapsodizings.