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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart »Violin Concertos 1-5
Lena Neudauer«
2 CD | 2h 11min | Nr. 93.316
CD 1: » Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 1 B flat major K 207
» Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 2 D major K 211
» Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 5 A major
CD 2: » Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 3 G major
» Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 4 D major K 218
» Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Adagio E major K 261
» Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Rondo major K 269 for Violin and Orchestra
» Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Rondo C major K 373 – Allegretto grazioso

At age 15, the young violinist Lena Neudauer had already won the famous Leopold Mozart International Competition in Augsburg, where she not only was awarded 1st prize, but also took home the Mozart Prize, Richard Strauss Prize for the best interpretation of Richard Strauss' Violin Concerto and the Audience Prize. Yet despite this spectacular accomplishment, she refused to be pushed into becoming another "child prodigy." This well-balanced, clear-thinking side of her being plays a special role with her interpretations of Mozart's music. We are reminded of what father Leopold wrote to his son Wolfgang Amadeus in 1777: "You yourself do not know how well you play the violin; if only you will do yourself credit and play with energy, with your whole heart and mind...". Lena Neudauer's beautiful, pure violin tone perfectly fits the spirit of these less-than-virtuoso, but supernaturally lovely concertos, her sensitivity illuminating these works from the inside. She is joined by conductor Bruno Weil, an expert in the music of the Viennese classicists and period instrument specialist, who transforms the German Radio Philharmonic into an aural carpet, upon which the soloist can move with quiet expression and grace.

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