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Mozart (1756-1791) - Violin Concerto, 4, : Martzy(Vn)Beinum / Concertgebouw O +mendelssohn: Concerto: Klemperer / Handel (Uhqcd) - Import UHQCD

Mozart (1756-1791) - Violin Concerto, 4, : Martzy(Vn)Beinum / Concertgebouw O +mendelssohn: Concerto: Klemperer / Handel (Uhqcd) - Import UHQCD

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Concerto

January 19, 2021

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Catalog No.:EPITA016

JAN/ISBN: 4909346310957

Number of Discs: 1

Country/Region of Manufacture: Import

Credits:

Orchestre National De Lil

Description:

Mozart No. 4 by Marzi, live with Baynum & ACO! Coupling is Mendelssohn with Klemperer! Marzi's heartstrings touch the heartstrings of those who listen to him. With his naïve sensibility, Marzi has never let go of his fans' hearts. Since there are only a few recordings left, many companies are actively searching for live recordings of his music. This Mozart No. 4 is a live recording of the Concertgebouw Orchestra (ACO) in 1951, although there was a studio recording with Jochum & Bavarian Radio Chamber Orchestra on DGG in Germany in 1952 and a live performance in Stuttgart in 1962. This is believed to be the first time the sound was released. The sound is good, although there are some scratch noises from the reissue of the original broadcast disc, and Marzi's beautiful sound is well captured. The performance is full of Marzi's temperament fire, vividly expressed, and in perfect harmony with the music. The permanent conductors, Baynum & ACO, also provided solid backing. The Mendelssohn Concerto is one of Marzi's main repertoire.The most fascinating thing about this live recording is that it was made around the same time as the Columbia/EMI/WM recordings of Savarisch (1954) and Krecki (1955), both conducted by Klemperer! This was Klemperer's last performance as a guest conductor with the Hague Residential Orchestra. Several LPs and CDs have been available, but the pitch was too high. Klemperer, who is well known for his masterpieces "Scotland" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (recorded by EMI), was a great conductor of Mendelssohn, but Marzi's sensitive spirit was revealed in his rich and romantic conducting. This performance at normal pitch is extremely attractive. The performance is limpid, but also high in energy. Marzi's heartstrings touch the heartstrings of the listener. The sound still has some noise, but this has been improved by the remastering technique at Sekiguchidai Studio, and the UHQCD will further improve the sound quality. Unfortunately, 25-30 seconds of the orchestra prelude at the beginning of the second movement (before the solo begins) is missing due to damage to the original recording. Please understand this in advance.The margins include Handel's Violin Sonata, Op. 1, 12, recorded for broadcast in 1955. Harpsichord virtuoso Picht-Axenfeldt plays piano here. The sound is good, with almost no noise. The performance is also very intimate! Marzi has not left any studio recordings of this piece (although there are two other live CDs), so it is very valuable. These are the three precious pieces by Johanna Marzi, and this CD is a must-have for any fan of her music. King International

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