Mozart Keyboard Music Vol. 5 And 6

Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol. 5 & 6 (2014) [Official Digital Download - 24bit/88.2kHz]

Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol. 5 & 6 (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88.2 kHz | Digital Booklet | 2.44 GB
Genre: Classical | Official Digital Download - Source: Qobuz

With this double set encompassing volumes five and six, fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout completes his multi-disc survey of Mozart's music for solo keyboard. The first four volumes in the series have been met with the highest critical acclaim from around the world. On this collection Bezuidenhout performs a mix of Piano Sonatas, Variations and other works on a fortepiano by Paul McNulty that was modeled after an instrument made by the great instrument maker Anton Walter.

Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music (Vol 1-4)  Music

Posted by peotuvave at Feb. 1, 2015
Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music (Vol 1-4)

Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music (Vol 1-4)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 4 CDs | Full Scans | 1.08 GB
Genre: Classical | Label: Harmonia Mundi

Fortepiano phenomenon Kristian Bezuidenhout begins his multi-volume traversal of Mozart’s music for solo keyboard.
Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol 3 (2012) [Official Digital Download - 24bit/88.2kHz]

Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol 3 (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88.2 kHz | Digital Booklet | 1.13 GB
Genre: Classical | Official Digital Download - Source: Qobuz

In Volume 3 of his widely acclaimed traversal of Mozart’s music for solo keyboard, fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout plays a modern reproduction of an 1805 Viennese instrument by Anton Walter. The programme includes the well-loved Sonata in F major K. 332, alongside Mozart’s very last composition for piano, the Variations K. 613. Kristian Bezuidenhout was born in South Africa in 1979. He began his studies in Australia, completed them at the Eastman School of Music in the USA and now lives in London. He is a frequent guest artist with the Freiburger Barockorchester, the Orchestre des Champs-Élysées, the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century, Les Arts Florissants, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, The English Concert, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and Collegium Vocale Gent, in many instances assuming the role of guest director.
Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol. 7 (2015) [Official Digital Download 24/88]

Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol. 7 (2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/88.2 kHz | Time - 72:48 minutes | 1.26 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

In Volume 7 of his internationally praised Mozart cycle, Kristian Bezuidenhout includes two works influenced by Wolfgang's 1778 stay in Paris: the grandly proportioned Sonata in A minor, K310 and the dazzling Variations in C on 'Lison dormait', K264.

Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol 7 (2015)  Music

Posted by newskl at Aug. 28, 2015
Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol 7 (2015)

Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol 7 (2015)
Classical | MP3 320kbps CBR | 1 CD | Full Scans | 175 MB
Label: Harmonia Mundi | Catalog Number: 907531 | Rls.date: 12th Jan 2015

In Volume 7 of his internationally praised Mozart cycle, Kristian Bezuidenhout includes two works influenced by Wolfgang's 1778 stay in Paris: the grandly proportioned Sonata in A minor, K310 and the dazzling Variations in C on 'Lison dormait', K264. Kristian Bezuidenhout was born in South Africa in 1979. He studied at the Eastman School of Music, where he explored early keyboards, studying harpsichord with Arthur Haas, fortepiano with Malcolm Bilson, and continuo playing and performance practice with Paul O’Dette. He now lives in London. Bezuidenhout is a frequent guest artist with all of the principal period ensembles and orchestras of Europe, often assuming the role of guest director, and he collaborates regularly with many of today’s most celebrated artists.
Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol. 4 (2013) [Official Digital Download - 24bit/88.2kHz]

Kristian Bezuidenhout - Mozart: Keyboard Music Vol. 4 (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88.2 kHz | Digital Booklet | 1.25 GB
Genre: Classical | Official Digital Download - Source: Qobuz

On volume four of his widely acclaimed traversal of Mozart's music for solo keyboard, fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout performs on an instrument by Paul McNulty, modeled on a Viennese original by Anton Walter & Sohn (c.1805). The program includes Piano Sonatas in D major K.311 and G major K.283 and the lovely Variations on 'Je suis Lindor' in E flat Major, K.354. As with the other volumes in this exceptional series, Bezuidenhout brings out colors and shadings in these works that are only possible when performed on a fortepiano.

Timothy Roberts - Cabanilles: Keyboard Music, Vol. 2 (2018)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at Jan. 25, 2018
Timothy Roberts - Cabanilles: Keyboard Music, Vol. 2 (2018)

Timothy Roberts - Cabanilles: Keyboard Music, Vol. 2 (2018)
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 403 MB
Label: Toccata Classics | Tracks: 24 | Time: 78:29 min

Much of the music of Joan Cabanilles (1644-1712) is as virtuosic and colourfully Baroque as that of his northern contemporary, Dietrich Buxtehude, though it is also touched with a distinctively Spanish intensity. He is claimed as the most prolific of all composers for the organ, and publication of his works, begun in 1927, is still under way.
Miklós Spányi - C.P.E. Bach: The Solo Keyboard Music, Vol. 34 (2017)

Miklós Spányi - C.P.E. Bach: The Solo Keyboard Music, Vol. 34 (2017)
Classical | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 341 MB
Label: BIS | Tracks: 24 | Time: 78:19 min

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach had begun his series für Kenner und Liebhaber – ‘for Connaisseurs and Amateurs’ – with the traditional formula of a set of six sonatas, but became more unconventional in the second and third collection in which he alternated three sonatas with three rondos. With the fourth instalment, published in 1783, he went further still as he increased the number of pieces to seven and added ‘free fantasias’ to the sonatas and rondos.
Jackie McLean - 4, 5 and 6 (1956) [Analogue Productions' Prestige Mono Series, Remastered 2012] Audio CD Layer

Jackie McLean - 4, 5 and 6 (1956)
Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio, 2012
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 260 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 123 Mb | Scans included
Hard Bop, Saxophone Jazz | Label: Analogue Productions | # CPRJ 7048 SA | 00:45:36

This LP for Prestige helped establish alto sax giant McLean on the jazz scene. He was joined by trumpeter Donald Byrd (who shines with the altoist on Charlie Parker’s “Confirmation”) and tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley (also bopping hard on the tune), in a date solidified by McLean’s rhythm section: Mal Waldron on piano, Doug Watkins on bass and Arthur Taylor on drums. McLean also plays ballads, including Waldron’s sublime tune “Abstraction.” Writing in the original notes, Ira Gitler said, ”Jackie McLean is musically coming of age. His playing, out of Charlie Parker and Sonny Rollins, has become a personalized, more individual voice in 1956 and he has not lost any of the basic emotion, swinging qualities that help his style live up to the second syllable of his last name so well.” Hybrid Mono SACD for sale individually and as part of Analogue Productions’ Prestige Mono Series. Mini "old style" gatefold jacket packaging.
Christian Zacharias, Lausanne Chamber Orchestra - Mozart: Piano Concertos, Vol. 5 (2009)

Christian Zacharias, Lausanne Chamber Orchestra - Mozart: Piano Concertos, Vol. 5 (2009)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 268 Mb | Total time: 66:23 | Scans included
Classical | Label: MDG | # 940 1562-6 | Recorded: 2008

MDG's complete recording of Mozart's piano compositions with Christian Zacharias in the double role as pianist and conductor of the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra continues with KV 488, certainly the most-performed piano concerto by the great Salzburg composer, complemented here by KV 246 and KV 175, Mozart's very first piano concerto. Mozart himself regarded his first piano concerto of December 1773 as a gem. Five years later he continued to enjoy great success with it in Mannheim "because here it pleases quite well," as he proudly reported to his father. And even at his Vienna academies of 1782-83 the concerto still figured significantly for him. When he sent its new finale, the Rondo (KV 382), to his father, he wrote, "I made it especially for me, and nobody but my dear sister can play it after me."