℗ 2010 Claves records
Released December 12, 2010
Duration 57m 12s
Record Label Claves Records
Genre Classical
 

Beethoven: Piano Concerto in D Major - C.P.E. Bach: Concerto in C Minor, Wq. 43, No. 4

Dmitri Bashkirov, Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, Péter Csaba

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Piano Concerto in D Major, Op. 61a, based on Op. 61  
1.1
I. Allegro, ma non troppo
Ludwig van Beethoven; Dmitri Bashkirov; Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne; Péter Csaba
24:52
1.2
II. Larghetto
Ludwig van Beethoven; Dmitri Bashkirov; Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne; Péter Csaba
9:06
1.3
III. Rondo: Allegro
Ludwig van Beethoven; Dmitri Bashkirov; Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne; Péter Csaba
10:12
Keyboard Concerto in C Minor, Wq. 43, No. 4  
1.4
I. Allegro assai
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Dmitri Bashkirov; Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne; Péter Csaba
3:34
1.5
II. Poco adagio
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Dmitri Bashkirov; Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne; Péter Csaba
2:50
1.6
III. Tempo di minuetto
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Dmitri Bashkirov; Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne; Péter Csaba
2:13
1.7
IV. Allegro assai
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Dmitri Bashkirov; Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne; Péter Csaba
4:25
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"Editor's Choice ..." - Gramophone Russian pianist Dmitri Bashkirov is accompanied by the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne led by Péter Csaba on an original programme coupling C.P.E. Bach, forbearer of the great Romantic composers, with a rare Beethoven concerto that copies, almost note for note, the score of his earlier Violin Concerto Op. 61. Written about two years later, this piano transcription is shrouded in mystery. It could have been the consequence of the original lack of success of the violin concerto or Beethoven’s response to pianist and editor Muzio Clementi, who commissioned the work.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Claves Records Studio Masters

Recorded at Salle Métropole, Lausanne, Switzerland, April 30 - May 2, 2010 Executive producer: Thierry Scherz Recording: Nordklang Recording producer and editing: Johannes Kammann Balance engineer: Ines Kammann Piano: Steinway & Sons D-274, Musikhaus Krompholz, Bern Piano technician: Gerd Finkenstein Photographs: Patrick Légeret Design: Amethys
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-5.01
-13.80 to -0.08
-26.65
-32.79 to -22.85
14
12 to 16
1
I. Allegro, ma non troppo
-0.09-23.9016
2
II. Larghetto
-5.17-29.0115
3
III. Rondo: Allegro
-0.08-22.8514
4
I. Allegro assai
-5.65-25.6812
5
II. Poco adagio
-13.80-32.7912
6
III. Tempo di minuetto
-6.01-26.9113
7
IV. Allegro assai
-4.30-25.4014

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