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Mozart: Oboe Concerto K. 314 - J. Haydn: Sinfonia concertante, Hob. I:105

Lucas Macías Navarro, Gregory Ahss, Konstantin Pfiz, Guilhaume Santana, Orchestra Mozart, Claudio Abbado

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Oboe Concerto in C Major, K. 314  
1.1
I. Allegro aperto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Lucas Macías Navarro; Orchestra Mozart; Claudio Abbado
7:12
1.2
II. Adagio non troppo
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Lucas Macías Navarro; Orchestra Mozart; Claudio Abbado
7:08
1.3
III. Rondo. Allegretto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Lucas Macías Navarro; Orchestra Mozart; Claudio Abbado
5:35
Sinfonia Concertante in B Flat Major, Hob. I.105  
1.4
I. Allegro
Franz Joseph Haydn; Lucas Macías Navarro; Gregory Ahss; Konstantin Pfiz; Guilhaume Santana; Orchestra Mozart; Claudio Abbado
9:30
1.5
II. Andante
Franz Joseph Haydn; Lucas Macías Navarro; Gregory Ahss; Konstantin Pfiz; Guilhaume Santana; Orchestra Mozart; Claudio Abbado
4:55
1.6
III. Allegro con spirito
Franz Joseph Haydn; Lucas Macías Navarro; Gregory Ahss; Konstantin Pfiz; Guilhaume Santana; Orchestra Mozart; Claudio Abbado
6:22
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Total Playing Time    40:42
"Five Stars ... the performance of the Mozart Oboe Concerto is admirably beautiful, with fine playing from Lucas Macias Navarro and every orchestral phrase lovingly caressed by Abbado ... few would want to measure the musical riches it offers by the clock." - BBC Music Magazine "What we have here is quality rather than quantity ... (Navarro is) an outstanding soloist in the Mozart concerto, offering fluent, agile playing in a beautifully nuanced account of the first movement. His oboe sings the lines in the slow movement in a completely winning fashion and the way he plays the little cadenza is gorgeous. In this movement and, indeed, throughout the concerto, his colleagues in the orchestra, under Abbado’s guiding hand, give him refined accompaniment. The sparkling finale is pure delight from start to finish ... a completely successful performance of a piece that shows Haydn at his most engaging and entertaining. The interplay of the soloists in the first movement is a cause for delight, as is the stylish orchestral playing. This is truly music for pleasure ... in all honesty, this is a disc about which little need be said ... two excellent and completely enjoyable performances ... the sound is good ..." - MusicWeb International Representing some of Claudio Abbado's final recordings before his death in January 2014, this album celebrates the conductor's legacy with stunning performances from soloists and the Orchestra Mozart. The Mozart concerto was spearheaded by Lucas Macias Navarro, solo oboe of the Concertgebow Amsterdam, who has received lavish praise for his playing here. Haydn's delightful Sinfonia Concertante completes the programme.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Claves Records Studio Masters

Recorded in Auditorio de Zaragoza and Auditorio Nacional de Música, Madrid, March 20 - 25, 2013 Recording producer and editing: Stephan Flock, Emil Berliner Studios Recording engineer: Philip Krause Photographs © 2010 Peter Fischli, Lucerne Festival (cover), © 2014 Marco Borggreve (Macías Navarro), © 2010 A. Bofil (Ahss, Pfiz) Text: Patrick Peikert (French) Translations: Isabelle Watson (English), Gabriela Zehnder (German) Design: Amethys Executive producer: Claves Records, Patrick Peikert

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