Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (German: , full baptismal name Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791), was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. 4 at Amazon.com. Recording Engineer: Rainer HoepfnerStudio Personnel, Mixer: Stephan FlockComposer: Wolfgang Amadeus MozartAuto-generated by YouTube. The “Neue Mozart Ausgabe” indicates that the fermata in bar 45 is to be “ornamented”, i.e., filled with a short cadenza. Duration: 9’24”; 1/4 = 118 — 1/4 = 144A tad faster than Zukerman, lighter, slightly better, overall. 5 in A major, K. 219, was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1775, premiering during the holiday season that year in Salzburg. It starts with the soloist introducing the Rondo theme:The soloist has the opportunity for two short cadenzas (bars 58 and 109), each leading back into the Rondo theme. ), one ends up with even more vibrato. The last one in particular is not just joyful, but at least playful as well, even joking, if not provocative. 5 in a, 2nd movement - Mozart ngay trên Nhaccuatui. HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER. The theme is accompanied by tremolo in the second violin and the viola: The solo violin is introduced with a sudden change to Adagio in bar 40: The Adagio section is just 6 bars, ending in a fermata. Zukerman follows the orchestra dynamics. Rating criteria, scale(s) and detail, how one should / should not read my ratings, their "value", pitfalls, shortcomings & limitations. Nghe bài hát Violin Concerto No. Especially in his Violin Concerto No. But that is not overly conspicuous. But to me, Repin’s solution (or rather, Joachim’s) appears valid, convincing as well. All violin concertos are joyful compositions. Zukerman’s playing in general (apart from the vibrato) is fine, maybe sometimes rather robust. 5 in A major, K. 219, often referred to by the nickname The Turkish , was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1775, premiering during the Christmas season that year in Salzburg. The purpose of the cadenza is not to make a smooth transition to the Allegro aperto: that part should start as a little surprise. This item: Mozart: Violin Concerto No. One additional, minor point: in bars 133/134 the solo has resting, full notes, while the orchestra has f – p – f – p in both bars. Free returns are available for the shipping address you chose. 31," of Henri Vieuxtemps is explained by Hahn as personal: she learned both works early in her education. 4 K 218 (the CD's booklet nicely reproduces the cover of that and of the original Beethoven LP). I assume he is playing the “Dushkin” Guarnerius del Gesù violin of 1742. Vadim Repin (*1971) is one of the prominent violinists of today’s “middle generation”. Mozart Violin Concerto No 5, Turkish. 2, K. 211, G Major No. Also, the flow sometimes appears to come to a halt, is merely dragging along. Bb Major No. https://www.rolf-musicblog.net/trio-amani-zurich-2020-10-24/, Very sad and disappointed ☹️ @tonhalle ⁦@HarrisonParrott⁩ -ORCHESTER ZÜRICH CANCELS ALL CONCERTS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE | PAAVO JÄRVI https://paavojarvi.com/tonhalle-orchester-zurich-cancels-all-concerts-until-further-notice/. At the same time it retains popular musical elements. One problem with strong, ubiquitous vibrato: in slow movements, when the score asks for more expression (espressivo, etc. The tempo is moderate, the articulation is rather broad, both in the orchestra as well as in the solo part. 5 in A major, K219 'Turkish' by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91). 5 is not likely to satisfy listeners more accustomed to modern performance practices and stylistic approaches to Mozart.The violinist's playing is quite heavy, the vibrato is thick and wide, and the interpretation is rather romanticized. https://www.rolf-musicblog.net/orpheum-foundation-nebel-doruk-schnyder-baden-2020-11-07/, Concert, ★★★★, Trio Amani (Marina Yakovleva, Lev Sivkov, Kateryna Tereshchenko) @ Zurich, 2020-10-24 — Beethoven Piano Trio #1 in E♭, op.1/1; Rachmaninoff Trio élégiaque #1 in G minor; Arensky Piano Trio #1, op.32 Is this just because he is also conducting?? Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2014. A taut, springy opening precedes the violin, which steals in with an unexpectedly slow entrance, the prelude to a beautiful conversation between soloist and orchestra. It follows the typical fast-slow-fast musical structure. 3, K. 216, D major No. 5 in A major, K219 'Turkish' This page lists all recordings of Violin Concerto No. 4.8 out of 5 stars 70 ratings. Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 4 in D minor, Op. This precludes an extremely slow tempo: The score asks for a solo cadenza in bar 125. It Listen to Morini Plays Mozart: Violin Concertos Nos. The Mozart Violin Concerto No. Allegro Aperto; Adagio; Rondo: tempo di menuetto; In the course of writing only five violin concertos, Mozart arrived at this perfection. It begins with a repeat of the introduction, this time as accompaniment to the solo part: The Adagio part does not return, but in bar 219, the soloist has the opportunity for a big cadenza. 4 & 5 by Erica Morini, Frederic Waldman & Musica Aeterna on Apple Music. 2014 Preview SONG TIME ... Violin Concerto No. How I Got to Know Mozart’s Violin Concertos, Norrington & Arabella Steinbacher in Zurich, 2015-03-28, Norrington&Steinbacher, Zurich 2015-03-28 | Rolf's Music Blog, Concert: Nicolas Hodges, Ilan Volkov / Basel Sinfonietta — Basel, 2021-01-24, Beethoven: String Quartets, Comparison Summary, Baldur Brönnimann / Basel Sinfonietta — Münchenstein, 2020-11-22, Orpheum Foundation: David Nebel, Dorukhan Doruk, Oliver Schnyder — Baden, 2020-11-07, Els Biesemans, Capriccio Barockorchester — Kirche St.Peter, Zurich, 2020-10-18. As this is in German, I have written up a separate, more extended review in the posting “Norrington & Arabella Steinbacher in Zurich, 2015-03-28“. 5, K. 219. The articulation is somewhat lighter, the tempo more fluid, the vibrato more controlled. And again, he plays with lots of vibrato. Blog post #563 — #rolfsmblog • 4 by Hilary Hahn (2015-05-03) by Hilary Hahn Audio CD $25.91 Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Thanks for visiting; your feedback (comments, ratings) is most welcome! Zukerman plays both the violin and the viola, while also pursuing careers as teacher and conductor. This was at the end of Menuhin’s career, and Repin was 27: a fully formed artist personality. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Still, back in my LP days, in my own view, Pinchas Zukerman (*1948) enjoyed a good reputation, both as a soloist, as well as for his cooperation in chamber music ensembles. 4 in D Major, K. 218: I. Allegro moderato", "Violin Concerto No. In bar 131, the first section ends with a pause / fermata. Mozart's five violin concertos are as follows: 1. Details & FREE Returns Return this item for free. Overall, the “Turkish segment”, counting the repeats and the cadenza, has about the same weight as the actual Menuetto. Overall Duration: 30’18”Rating (see above for details): 4.0 (4 / 4 / 4) — An excellent performance! I assume that these are his own. I like his first, short one, but I have some reservations about the big cadenza, as it contains some rather strange (non-classical) melodic and harmonic moves. With today’s tendency to add rather than omit ornaments, this may sound unusual. #rolfsmblog • The new pairing on this "The Originals" release is Mozart's Turkish Concerto (VC No. The rather odd pairing of Mozart's Violin Concerto No. I really should watch out for a HIP (historically informed playing) version! For me this goes to the point where it is close to unbearable. I doubt that I would have purchased it otherwise. In both cases, the solo (understandably) is very much central to the recording. The violin concertos K. 211, 216, 218 and 219 were all composed within a few months, between June and December 1775, while Mozart was in the employ of the Archbishop of Salzburg. https://www.rolf-musicblog.net/ratings-concerts-vs-media-reviews/, Concert review, ★★★★½, @baldurbronniman / @BSsinfonietta @ Münchenstein, 2020-11-22 — Georg Friedrich #Haas: Joshua Tree (2020); Gérard #Grisey: IV. I have inherited this CD from my parents. Mozart violin concertos are among my earliest musical encounters: in my parent’s small LP collection (which I still have somewhere) I seem to remember that there was a recording with. Zukerman recorded this concerto in 1982. Repin plays all of Joseph Joachim’s excellent cadenzas, carefully and as written. 5 in A Major, K. 219, "Turkish" Violin Concerto No. Duration: 9’58”; 1/4 = 128 — 1/8 = 48The recording begins with a little hiccup: there is a little cutting error in bar 5 (some 0.2 seconds extra). Duration: 9’58”; 1/4 = 124 — 1/8 = 46A traditional recording in all aspects. The Violin Concerto No. Sold by Ficks Music and ships from Amazon Fulfillment. Ships from and sold by Mega-Movie-Deals. We don’t know for what occasion, and for whom Mozart wrote these concertos. The rather odd pairing of Mozart's "Violin Concerto No. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. Violinist Gidon Kremer joined Nikolaus Harnoncourt and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra for a series of recording sessions beginning in October 1983, in Vienna. Repin’s tone is big, well-balanced, the articulation lighter, the staccato less broadened than Zukerman’s. This posting is about the Violin Concerto No.5 in A, K.219, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), of which I currently have two recordings: Pinchas Zukerman, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra (1982) Vadim Repin, Yehudi Menuhin / Wiener Kammerorchester (2005) How I Got to Know Mozart’s Violin Concertos There is also no information about his instrument. About | Impressum, Legal | Site Policy | Testimonials | Acknowledgements | Blog TimelineTypography, Conventions | WordPress Setup | Resources, Tools | Pictures, Methods, How I rate concerts and media / recordings. en/fr/de. Each of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's successive violin concertos is longer and more epic … Violin Concerto No. Yet, when comparing this recording to Pinchas Zukerman’s above, one can feel that the recent evolution in HIP playing has had an influence on this performance as well. 2015-02-24 — Original posting2016-08-03 — Brushed up for better readability. Viola player Kim Kashkashian also joined … Allegro aperto. Repin’s tone and technique are flawless, superb. 5 in A major, K. 219," with the little-known "Violin Concerto No. The Violin Concerto No. 3 recorded at the same December, 1984 session as #2 above, along with Violin Concerto No. This posting is about the Violin Concerto No.5 in A, K.219, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791), of which I currently have two recordings: Both these recordings are acquisitions on CD, or digital downloads. 2017 Preview Editors’ Notes Dutch violinist Noa Wildschut makes her recorded debut with exactly the same violin concerto, Mozart’s Fifth, that launched her mentor Anne-Sophie Mutter’s career. 5 In A, 2nd Movement chất lượng cao 320 kbps lossless miễn phí. Andante" and more. But again, the articulation tends to be (too) broad, the tempo maybe a bit too laid back, the tone of the solo violin sometimes a bit too solid rather than light and elegant. In other words: one does not get the impression of the concertmaster (primus inter pares) playing the solo part. This item: Mozart: Violin Concerto No. The vibrato is ubiquitous, but luckily more moderate in amplitude, and not nervous. See my concert review for Bachtrack.com. If only there was a little less vibrato …. - Mozart: Violin Concertos Nos. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, piano, operatic, and choral music. Yehudi Menuhin (1916 – 1999) — a former violin child prodigy himself — is directing the Wiener Kammerorchester (Vienna Chamber Orchestra). Showing 1 - … The dating appears somewhat unclear. Duration: 12’07”; 1/8 = 56Better tempo (really in 2/4 time, but still Adagio, i.e., calm). But Repin comes out of the traditional Russian violin school, a pupil of Zakhar Bron (*1947), the famous teacher. 5.0 out of 5 stars Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante, and fifth Violin Concerto, performed by Gidon Kremer. I assume that for the first two movements he is playing his own cadenzas. 128 bars, no repeatsThe slow movement is in 2/4 time, i.e., in two beats per bar. Joachim did not write a cadenza for bar 45. 5 in A, K. 219, Mozart demonstrates great imagination in his experimentation with fluctuating tempi and diverse meters within single movements. One example: the staccati around bar 80 are clearly portato. Also, the vibrato is omnipresent, particularly in the solo part, especially in the cadenzas. Browse: Mozart - Violin Concerto No. Andante cantabile" and more. And one can feel this in his playing. The movement suddenly switches from A major to C minor, from a pleasant Menuet in 3/4 to Allegro in 2/4 (annotations and wind instrument voices not shown in the score samples): The solo marks a rather wild “gipsy dance”, then — yet another surprise — after 33 bars, the tone changes again, into a veritable Janitscharenmusik (Janissary music). The idea must have been that the concert master is playing the solo. 31, of Henri Vieuxtemps is explained by Hahn as personal: she learned both works early in her education. However, if I were to add more recordings to my CD collection, it would be in the area of historically informed performances (HIP), rather than reviving any of these. That’s clearly a reverberation from the presence of the Osmans in central Europe, or rather the victory over the Osmans by Prince Eugene of Savoy in 1697: That “Turkish” section features three 8-bar sections with repeat, followed by a longer segment without repeat. But overall, it’s not a bad recording, with lively playing, assuming one can cope with the vibrato. Tìm loi bai hat violin concerto no. Rondeau: Tempo di Menuetto: 131 bars, no repeats — Allegro: 33 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 73 bars, parts 2 – 4 repeated — Tempo di Menuetto: 88 bars, no repeatsThe last movement is a Rondo in Tempo di Menuetto. 5/Vieuxtemps: Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major, K. 218: II. Blog post #561 — #rolfsmblog • 5 is the most refined and accomplished of Mozart's early works for this instrument. It ends in a fermata in bar 262, where a cadenza leads back to the Tempo di Menuetto / Rondeau: As in the initial Menuetto segment, the solo has the opportunity to play another short cadenza when the ritornello returns in bar 320. So, I assume he was not influenced by Menuhin in his playing. Duration: 12’07”; 1/8 = 48Zukerman’s tone sounds rather sharp, maybe a little aggressive at times even. Both interpretations below are non-HIP, i.e., traditional. Mozart: Violin Concerto No.2 in D, K.211; Violin Concerto No.3 in G, K.216; Violin Concerto No.5 in A, K.219, Vadim Repin, Yehudi Menuhin / Wiener Kammerorchester, Erato / Elatus, iTunes download (256 Kbps, stereo); © 1998Booklet: none with the downloaded files. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Mozart: Violin Concerto No. Modulations from "Les espaces acoustiques"; Elliott #Carter: Variations for Orchestra Paavo JärviMozart: Violin Concerto No.5 In A, K.219 / Vieuxtemps: Violin Concerto No.4 In D Minor, Op.31℗ 2015 Hilary Hahn, under exclusive license to Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, BerlinReleased on: 2014-03-13Producer: Sid McLauchlanProducer, Co- Producer: Hilary HahnStudio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Wolf-Dieter KarwatkyStudio Personnel, Asst. Mozart: Violin Concerto No. Blog post #560 — #rolfsmblog • That’s a movement full of surprises. The tone in the solo part is nicer, and Joachim’s cadenza again is an excellent fit. It feels as if the movement was played in 4/8 in lieu of 2/4. Repin plays Joseph Joachim’s big, excellent cadenza. As mentioned above, Mozart’s Symphony in C, K.551 was featured in a concert at the Tonhalle in Zurich, on 2015-03-28, with Sir Roger Norrington and the Zurich Chamber Orchestra. According to Wikipedia, he was playing the Stradivarius Ruby from 1708 at the time of this recording. 5/Vieuxtemps: Violin Concerto No. 4 in D minor, Op. Mozart did not write down cadenzas for this concerto. 4 K. 218, and A Major No. There is less vibrato (OK, still too much for me). The Violin Concerto No. https://www.rolf-musicblog.net/baldur-bronnimann-basel-sinfonietta-munchenstein-2020-11-22/, Anniversary Concert, #Orpheum Foundation: David #Nebel, Dorukhan #Doruk, @OliverSchnyder — Baden, 2020-11-07 — Beethoven: Violin Sonata op.24; Cello Sonata op.102/2; Piano Trio B♭ major, op.11 5 in A major, K. 219, with the little-known Violin Concerto No. 4 recorded in January 1987, and the Duo for Violin and Viola in G Major, K 423, from a May 1984 recording session with only Kremer and Kashkashian. In my LP collection (somewhere in the basement, unplayed for at least 30 years), I have the recordings with, In addition, I have several LPs with individual Mozart concertos, the concerto in A K.219 is present with, These are all recordings with their definitive merits, but I doubt that from today’s (HIP) perspective it makes sense to have that many non-HIP versions, let alone on top of the two listed above, that I already have on CD now. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791) wrote this concerto between 1775 and 1780. Stream songs including "Violin Concerto No. 3 & 4 - Violin Concerto No. Bài hát violin concerto no. But of course, in a CD recording, listeners expect to have a “closer view” on the soloist than in a concert hall. Price: $16.98 FREE Shipping on your first order. Zukerman plays both the small cadenza (bar 45), as well as (of course) the big one. So, Repin leaves the fermata as is. The cellos and basses must use the bow upside down, i.e., treating the strings with the wooden part of the bow, marking a Turkish marching band. The solo voice is labeled Violino principale and often plays colla parte with the first violin. For this recording, the booklet does not include details about the cadenzas played. As already in the first movement, the cadenza (presumably Zukerman’s own) is no more than a moderate fit to the movement. 5 in A Major, K. 219 (Solo Part with Reduction) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sheet music $28.21 Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Mozart: Violin Concerto No.3 in G, K.216; Violin Concerto No.5 in A, K.219, Pinchas Zukerman / Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, CBS Records MYK 42612 (CD, stereo); ℗ 1982 / © 1987Booklet: 7 pp. 4 in D Major, K. 218: I. Allegro", "Violin Concerto No. Overall Duration: 31’29”Rating (see above for details): 2.7 (3 / 2 / 3) — Certainly not a CD that I would choose to buy, but OK as a traditional recording. The Violin Concerto No.5 in A, K.219 has three movements: 39 + 6 +181 bars, no repeatsThe first movement, Allegro aperto, begins with the first violins introducing the main theme. 5/Vieuxtemps: Violin Concerto No. For me, there is definitely too much vibrato, both because it is everywhere, and because it is too strong in amplitude. However, there is a popular set of cadenzas by Joseph Joachim (1831 – 1907) which many artists choose to play. Violin Concerto No.5 in A major, K.219 Violin Concerto in E-flat major, K.268/Anh.C 14.04 "No.6" (doubtful) Violin Concerto in D major, K.271a/K.271i "No.7" (doubtful) Listen to Mozart: Violin Concertos Nos. 5 in A Major, K. 219 "Turkish" - 1. 5 in a, 2nd movement do ca sĩ Mozart thuộc thể loại Khong Loi. 4 & 5 "Turkish" by Gyorgy Pauk, Jorg Faerber & Wurttemberg Chamber Orchestra on Apple Music. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1966 Vinyl release of Violin Concerto No.5 In A, K.219 / Violin Concerto No.6 In D, K.271a on Discogs. 5 in A Major, K. 219, "Turkish": I. Allegro aperto - Adagio - Allegro aperto By Wolfgang Amadeus MozartArabella Steinbacher, Lucerne Festival Strings, Daniel Dodds 7 The majority of the violinists must be playing this: if I think about this movement and its cadenza, this is the one which comes to mind. Stream songs including "Violin Concerto No. 4 Hilary Hahn (Artist) Format: Audio CD. 4 in D Major, K. 218: II. 5 K 219), played and conducted by Schneiderhan, a recording made in 1967, and originally paired with VC No. 1 K. 207, D Major No. He was often appearing with artists such as Itzhak Perlman and Daniel Barenboim. Duration: 9’24”; 1/4 = 110 — 1/4 = 136Here now, Zukerman plays all 4 of Joseph Joachim’s cadenzas (with very minor adaptations in the short cadenzas 2 and 4), which is definitely a good move. For the general impression see above. But the major problem I have with this interpretation is that the tempo is definitely too slow. We are sorry that this post was not useful for you! 5 in A Major, K. 219 "Turkish" Menuhin comes from an even older school, so one cannot expect a historically informed performance.

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