This page lists all recordings of Rondo for Piano & Orchestra in D major, K382, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91) on CD, DVD & download (MP3 & FLAC). Generally, more recent releases are listed first, but with priority given to those that are in stock.
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(Recorded 1967 & 1971)
“These performances now seem a bit overpowering, in the wrong way, with the young pianist-conductor underlining and over-phrasing, though he was to get much worse later. Excellent accompanying.” BBC Music Magazine, September 2006 ***
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Mozart: Concertos for 2 & 3 Pianos & Concert Rondos
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is considered one of the greatest composers of all time. In his relatively short life he contributed to every style of composition, and is as well known for his instrumental music as for his sacred works and operas. Credited with the invention of the piano concerto, his distinctive style and developments in orchestration brought new sophistication to the music of the Classical period. During the 1770s Mozart was an employee of the Archbishop Hieronymous Colloredo in Salzburg, and it is from this period that the Concerto for 3 Pianos and Orchestra in F K242 dates. The work was written with the Archbishop’s nieces in mind, although it was later revised for Mozart and his sister to play, and its cheeky interplay between the soloists and various passages of fast finger work are typical of Mozart’s style. The Concerto for 2 Pianos and Orchestra K365 that follows contains a plethora of ideas that the composer weaves into a whole; the ensuing Rondo for Piano and Orchestra in D K382, meanwhile, was hugely popular among the Viennese audience at the time of its composition, and has remained so today – thanks to its imaginative scoring and memorable melodies. Last, not by no means least, the Rondo for Piano and Orchestra in A: thought to have been the original finale to the Piano Concerto in A, this work was not published in Mozart’s lifetime. Gradually pieced together from manuscript sold on by his wife after his death, it was finally issued in 1963. The disc features four outstanding pianists: Hungarian pianist and conductor Zoltán Kocsis, fellow countryman Dezsö Ranki, British‐Hungarian András Schiff and Germanborn Annerose Schmidt. They are joined by the Hungarian State Orchestra (conducted by János Ferencsik) and the Dresdner Philharmonie (conducted by Kurt Masur).
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Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 18 & 19
Cristina Ortiz (piano)
Consort of London, Cristina Ortiz
Mozart - Piano Concertos Volume 7
Cyprien Katsaris continues his Mozart series. The concertos on this CD were recorded in the Mozarteum in Salzburg and the Rondo in the Great Hall of Salzburg University. All are live recordings.
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Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 21 & 23
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Derek Han Plays Mozart
Recorded in 2008, respected pianist Derek Han provides a programme of rarer Mozart piano works
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Invitation to the Dance
Bach, J S:
Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV1068: Gavotte I & II
Hungarian Dance No. 1 in G minor
Slavonic Dance No. 8 in G minor, Op. 46 No. 8
Dances of Galanta
Divertimento No. 17 in D Major, K334: Minuet
Rondo for Piano & Orchestra in D major, K382
A fuego lento
Valse Triste, Op. 44 No. 1
Strauss, J, II:
Kaiser-Walzer, Op. 437
Unter Donner und Blitz, Op. 324
The Nutcracker: Waltz of the Flowers
Danza del piccoli schiavi mori (from Aida)
Berlin music lovers know there is no better way of celebrating the New Year than with the Berlin Philharmonic.The concerts sell out instantaly and people all around the world are glued to their screens during the live transmissions. Invitation to the dance is a journey through 300 years of dance which should leave the listener beaming with joy.
"There is no one quite like Daniel Barenboim today in the music world. General music director of the Berlin State Opera and its orchestra, the Berlin Staatskapelle; principal guest conductor at the Teatro Alla Scala in Milan; formerly music director of the Chicago Symphony and the Orchestre de Paris; for years a conductor at the Bayreuth and Salzburg festivals; a champion of new music since the 1950s; a chamber musician who has performed with every great singer and instrumentalist in half a century" The New York Times
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