Mozart Piano Concerto 23

W.A.Mozart - Piano Concerto 23 K488, Violin Concerto 3 K216 (V.Reznikovskaya, M.Gantvarg)

W.A.Mozart - Piano Concerto 23 K488, Violin Concerto 3 K216 (V.Reznikovskaya, M.Gantvarg)
CD | APE+cue+log/MP3-320kbps+m3u | cover | 216.0/123.7Mb | 49:26 | DDD | DISCID 420B9606 | MANCHESTER 1997
Maurizio Pollini, Karl Böhm & Wiener Philharmoniker - Mozart: Piano Concertos 23 & 19 (1976/2012) [Official Digital Download]

Maurizio Pollini, Karl Böhm & Wiener Philharmoniker - Mozart: Piano Concertos 23 & 19 (1976/2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 55:08 minutes | 1.82 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front Cover

On his first concerto disc for Deutsche Grammophon and his first devoted to works by Mozart, Maurizio Pollini performs two perennial favourites: the sunny A major work and the lively F major K.459 with its overwhelming fugato finale. The veteran conductor Karl Böhm and sumptuous accompaniments by the Vienna Philharmonic provide the perfect background to Pollini’s immaculate playing.
Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 22 K. 482 & Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 3 - S. Richter; Philharmonia Orchestra; R. Muti

W. A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 22 in E flat major K. 482 & L. van Beethoven: Piano Concerto: Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor Op. 37 -
Svjatoslav Richter, piano; Philharmonia Orchestra; Riccardo Muti, conductor

Classical | 1 CD | EAC Rip | 280 Mb | FLAC+LOG+Cue | Full scans | 2 RS links
Publisher: EMI records

Beethoven: The Five Piano Concertos; Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 25 - Leon Fleisher; The Cleveland Orchestra; George Szell

Beethoven: Piano Concertos (complete) & Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 25, K. 503 -
Leon Fleisher, piano; The Cleveland Orchestra; George Szell, conductor

Classical | 3 CDs | EAC Rip | 888 Mb | FLAC+LOG+M3U+MD5 No cue | Full scans | 10 RS links
Publisher: CBS Masterworks

The benchmark recording of Beethoven Piano concertos with incomparable Leon Fleisher and George Szell.
As one customer form wrote: “This is an outstanding recording. Leon Fleischer and George Szell are a match made in heaven. The standouts in this collection are the Beethoven 4th and the Mozart 25th. George Szell was one of the absolute best conductors of concerti. The musicality and ensemble playing are flawless. The recording of the Mozart 25th is the best I've ever heard. Don't overlook one of Mozart's later masterpieces played so flawlessly. This particular work comes off best with a large modern orchestra,like the CSO, as opposed to a smaller ensemble. Great performances!”
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Sudbin, Vanska - Beethoven: Piano Concerto No 3; Mozart: Piano Concerto No 24 (2014)

Sudbin, Vanska - Beethoven: Piano Concerto No 3; Mozart: Piano Concerto No 24 (2014)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 1 CD | Full Scans | 252 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Bis | Catalog Number: 1978

In 2010 Yevgeny Sudbin released the first instalment in a cycle of Beethoven's piano concertos. Featuring the Fourth and the Fifth concerto the disc received top marks on web sites such as and and was selected CD of the Week in Daily Telegraph and Editor's Choice in Gramophone, whose reviewer wrote 'The mother-of-pearl sheen of [Sudbin's] pianism is backed by a special underlying sensitivity…Delectably light-fingered brilliance and virtuosity shines a new light on some of the most familiar scores in the repertoire…'

Mozart: Piano Concerto Kv 175 - Schoonderwoerd (2014)  

Posted by peotuvave at June 13, 2014
Mozart: Piano Concerto Kv 175 - Schoonderwoerd (2014)

Mozart: Piano Concerto Kv 175 - Schoonderwoerd (2014)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 1 CD | Full Scans | 298 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Accent | Catalog Number: 24289

With his recording of two different versions of the Piano Concerto, K175, Arthur Schooderwoerd, one of the most sought-after interpreters on the fortepiano, presents the third part of his complete recording of Mozart's Piano Concertos on ACCENT. The early version of 1773 is Mozart's first piano concerto. In 1782 he revised the concerto, adapting it to the changed prevailing taste by replacing the original final movement with a Viennese rondo (K382). Arthur Schoonderwoerd also takes into account the advance in instrument building with his juxtaposition of these two versions: he uses a harpsichord for the early Salzburg version but plays the later Vienna version on a fortepiano.
W.A.Mozart - Piano Concerto 17; M.Ravel - Piano Concerto in D major - D.Bashkirov, R.Barshai, V.Dubrovsky

W.A.Mozart - Piano Concerto No.17 in G, K.453
M.Ravel - Piano Concerto in D major (for the left hand)
D.Bashkirov, piano
Moscow chamber orchestra - R.Barshai,
Academical symphony orchestra of State Moscow Philharmonic Society - V.Dubrovsky

LP Conversion | APE/MP3-320kbps + cue + cover | no log | 195.9/107.5Mb | 46:29 | Melodija 1984
VA – Mozart: Piano Concerto K.466 – Scarlatti: 11 Sonatas – Haskil (1951/2001)

VA – Mozart: Piano Concerto K.466 & Scarlatti: 11 Sonatas
Haskil, Winterthur SO, Swoboda (1951/2001)

Classical | 68’44 | 189 MB | FLAC/CUE | Front JPG

Mozart piano concerto No 17 & 18  Music

Posted by avaxhome at Dec. 29, 2005

Mozart piano Concerto No 17 & 18
Vol. 5
Emil & Elena Gilels, Wiener Philharmoniker, Karl Bohm - Mozart: Piano Concertos K.595 & K.365; Schubert: Fantasy (2001)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No.27, K.595; Concerto For 2 Pianos, K.365
Franz Schubert: Fantasy in F minor, D. 940 (Op.103) for piano duet
Emil & Elena Gilels, pianos; Wiener Philharmoniker; Karl Böhm, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 326 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 188 Mb | Scans included
Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon | # 463 652-2 | Time: 01:17:36

This is the most beautiful of Mozart playing, his last piano concerto given here by Emil Gilels with total clarity. This is a classic performance, memorably accompanied by the VPO and Böhm. Suffice it to say that Gilels sees everything and exaggerates nothing, that the performance has an Olympian authority and serenity, and that the Larghetto is one of the glories of the gramophone. He's joined by his daughter Elena in the Double Piano Concerto in E flat, and their physical relationship is mirrored in the quality, and the mutual understanding of the playing: both works receive marvellous interpretations. We think Emil plays first, Elena second, but could be quite wrong. The VPO under Karl Böhm is at its best; and so is the quality of recording, with a good stereo separation of the two solo parts, highly desirable in this work.