Marietta Petkova, Marco Boni | Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra - 'Mozart'

 

Label: Doron ‎– DRC 3049

Format: CD, Album

Released: 2005

 

 

Tracklist

 

- Concerto For Piano And Orchestra, K 271 'Jeunehomme' (E Flat Major / Es-Dur / Mi Bémol Majeur)

1    Allegro    11:01

2    Andantino    10:51

3    Rondeau: Presto - Menuetto - Presto    9:55

    

- Piano Sonata, K 570 (B Flat Major / B-Dur / Si Bémol Majeur)

4    Allegro    6:06

5    Adagio    7:11

6    Allegretto    3:42

    

- Piano Sonata, K 457 (C Minor / C-Moll / Ut Mineur)

7    Molto Allegro    6:20

8    Adagio    7:15

9    Allegro Assai    5:17

 

 

Credits:

 

            Artwork – Studio Vermeulen, Teewes Textpresse

            Conductor – Marco Boni (tracks: 1-3)

            Edited By, Mastered By – Bert van Dijk

            Engineer – Bert van Dijk (tracks: 7-9), Gert Altena (tracks: 4-6)

            Executive Producer – Haiko Boonstra, Mischa mersson

            Orchestra – Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra (tracks: 1-3)

            Photography – Chris Hoefsmit, Mike van den Toorn

            Recorded By [Recording Producer] – Okke Dijkhuizen (tracks: 4-6)

            

 

Notes:

 

Live recordings,

Amsterdam, Concertgebouw, Grote Zaal, Januari 2, 2003 (Concerto k 271) 

Amsterdam, Concertgebouw, Kleine Zaal, November 14, 1994 (Sonata K 570) 

Rotterdam, De Doelen, Jurriaanse Zaal, April 20, 2005 ( Sonata K457) 

 

Special thanks to: Okke Dijkhuizen, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, De Doelen Rotterdam.

 

Barcode: 7619924730493

 

℗ 2006 Marietta Petkova

'Mozart'

€19.00Price
  • "In a refined dialogue with Marco Boni and the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra, Petkova touches the essence."

    -- Wenneke Savenije, NRC

     

    “In Petkova’s hands, the ‘Concert for piano and orchestra’ and the two ‘Piano Sonatas’ (KV 570 and KV 457) are jewels of unparalleled beauty.”

    -- Rinus van der Heijden, Brabants Dagblad

     

    “The slower passages in the two sonatas are divulged like intimate secrets, and the fast movements (Marietta: please insert the correct musical term here, thanks.) are brilliant and meaningful. They are sure to cause enthusiasm!” 

    -- 24 Heures (CH)

     

    “…Marietta Petkova not only reveals Mozart to us, but plays Mozart in a way that makes you think, ‘Yes, THIS is how it should be’. ….an interpretation with great authenticity.”

    -- Eric Bos, Dagblad van het Noorden

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