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Dvořák

Anne-Sophie Mutter, Berliner Philharmoniker, Manfred Honeck

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Violin Concerto In A Minor, Op .53  
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1. Allegro ma non troppo - Quasi moderato
Antonín Dvořák; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Berliner Philharmoniker; Manfred Honeck
12:26
Violin Concerto In A Minor, Op. 53  
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2. Adagio, ma non troppo
Antonín Dvořák; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Berliner Philharmoniker; Manfred Honeck
11:25
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3. Finale (Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo)
Antonín Dvořák; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Berliner Philharmoniker; Manfred Honeck
9:54
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Romance In F Minor, Op. 11
Antonín Dvořák; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Berliner Philharmoniker; Manfred Honeck
12:15
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Mazurek, Op. 49
Antonín Dvořák; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Berliner Philharmoniker; Manfred Honeck
5:54
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Humoresque, Op. 101, No. 7 - Arranged By Fritz Kreisler
Antonín Dvořák; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Ayami Ikeba
3:12
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:06
"... Mutter's playing is never less than dazzling."
- BBC Music Magazine

"Mutter truly 'speaks' through her instrument, and what she says sheds an entirely new light on Dvořák ..."
- ClassicsToday.com

"The chemistry between soloist and orchestra is very much present ... the performances vividly capture the colour, melancholy and folklore-tinged tunefulness that are Dvořák's trademark."
- Classic FM

“With a sound like molten chocolate and a romantic temperament to match, Mutter is in her element here ...The Berlin Philharmonic under Manfred Honeck tempers the sweetness with playing that is rich, intense, but also edgy where needed.”
- The New York Times

Thirty years after their last recording together, violin virtuoso Anne-Sophie Mutter reunited in 2013 with the Berlin Philharmonic, the orchestra with whom her international career began. During that long interval, both she and the orchestra developed their repertoire and refined their musicianship in their own ways. Mutter has been playing Dvořák’s music for decades but had never recorded his Violin Concerto until now. Together with conductor Manfred Honeck and the Berlin Philharmonic, she gives us a voluptuous and emotional interpretation of the Romantic-era work. Mutter also includes Dvořák’s Mazurek, Op. 49, Romance in F Minor and Humoresque to round out this album.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – DG Studio Masters

Recordings: Berlin, Philharmonie (Concerto, Romance, Mazurek); Berlin, Meistersaal (Humoresque), 6/2013
Executive Producer: Ute Fesquet
Producer: Arend Prohmann
Recording Engineer (Tonmeister): Stephan Flock
Recording Assistance: Gregor Schweiger
Project Coordinator: Misha Aster
Recorded and mastered by Emil Berliner Studios
Publisher (Humoresque): N. Simrock, Hamburg – London / Anton J. Benjamin GmbH
Booklet Editor: Jochen Rudelt
Cover Illustrations © Tina Tahir
Artist Photos © Harald Hoffmann
Illustrations: © Tina Tahir (p. 2);©shutterstock/yukitama (pp. 3, 4, 7, 8); © shutterstock/Kundra (pp. 5, 6)
Photo of Dvořák, 1879 © akg-images
Design: Fred Münzmaier
Art Direction: Merle Kersten

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