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Mozart, Haydn: Piano Concertos

Alexandre Tharaud, Bernard Labadie, Joyce DiDonato, Les Violons du Roy

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Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-Flat Major, K. 271, 'Jeunehomme'  
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I. Allegro (feat. Bernard Labadie, Les Violons du Roy)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Alexandre Tharaud; Bernard Labadie; Les Violons du Roy
10:32
2
II. Andantino (feat. Bernard Labadie, Les Violons du Roy)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Alexandre Tharaud; Bernard Labadie; Les Violons du Roy
11:11
3
III. Rondo (Presto). Alla breve (feat. Bernard Labadie, Les Violons du Roy)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Alexandre Tharaud; Bernard Labadie; Les Violons du Roy
9:17
4
Rondo in A Major, K. 386 (feat. Bernard Labadie, Les Violons du Roy)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Alexandre Tharaud; Bernard Labadie; Les Violons du Roy
9:31
5
"Ch'io mi scordi di te?... Non temer, amato bene", K. 505 (feat. Joyce DiDonato, Les Violons du Roy, Bernard Labadie)
Giambattista Varesco; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Alexandre Tharaud; Joyce DiDonato; Les Violons du Roy; Bernard Labadie
10:24
Piano Concerto in D Major, Hob XVIII:11  
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I. Vivace (feat. Bernard Labadie, Les Violons du Roy)
Joseph Haydn; Alexandre Tharaud; Bernard Labadie; Les Violons du Roy
8:21
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II. Un poco adagio (feat. Bernard Labadie, Les Violons du Roy)
Franz Joseph Haydn; Alexandre Tharaud; Bernard Labadie; Les Violons du Roy
7:25
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III. Rondo all'Ungarese (feat. Bernard Labadie, Les Violons du Roy)
Franz Joseph Haydn; Alexandre Tharaud; Bernard Labadie; Les Violons du Roy
4:11
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    70:52
"The centrepiece of this exhilarating disc, themed loosely around music by Haydn and Mozart written between 1777 and 1786, is the latter’s Piano Concerto No 9 in E flat K271, known as the “Jeunehomme”, a play on the name of the original pianist, Victoire Jenamy, for whom it was written. The song-like quality of the slow movement prompted Alexandre Tharaud to programme the concert aria Ch’io mi scordi di te? alongside it, gratefully and gracefully sung by Joyce DiDonato. Tharaud has had fun interjecting his own magpie cadenzas into Mozart’s Rondo K386 and Haydn’s D major piano concerto. The French pianist’s restless energy and esprit are infectious throughout. Les Violons du Roy and Bernard Labadie are sparkling partners."
- Gramophone
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Erato/Warner Classics Studio Masters

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