Browse: Mozart - Quintet for Piano and Winds in E flat, K452
This page lists all recordings of Quintet for Piano and Winds in E flat, K452 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91).
Dennis Brain (horn), Colin Horsley (piano), Manoug Parikian (violin), Neill Sanders (horn), Dennis Brain Ensemble, Gerald Moore (piano), Denis Matthews (piano)
Philharmonia Orchestra, Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble, Morley College Symphony Orchestra, London Baroque Ensemble, Herbert von Karajan,...
Walter Gieseking, Dennis Brain
Philharmonia Wind Quartet, Philharmonia Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan
There have never been any doubts about these performances. The horn playing in the Sinfoniaconcertante is unsurpassable and in the quintets Gieseking's lightness and his clarity and sense of... — More…
András Schiff (piano), Heinz Holliger (oboe), Elmar Schmid (clarinet), Radovan Vlatkovic (bassoon) & Klaus Thunemann (horn), André Previn (piano)
Schiff and colleagues play the enchanting K452 Quintet, and André Previn impresses in the Quartets, shaping phrases with a velvet touch that tells even in the recessed piano image. — More…
Walter Gieseking (piano), with Philharmonia Wind Quartet: Sidney Sutcliffe, Bernard Walton, Dennis Brain, Cecil James
Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchester der Hessischen Rundfunks, Herbert von Karajan, Kurt Schröder
Stephen Hough (piano)
Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet
The combination of Stephen Hough and wind players from the BPO makes for sparkling performances of these two quintets… It is noticeable that the Berlin horn is less plummy than the Viennese,... — More…
The Complete EMI Recordings
Gervase de Peyer (clarinet), Emanuel Hurwitz (violin), Ivor McMahon (violin), Cecil Aronowitz (viola), Terence Weil (cello), Lamar Crowson (piano), Peter Graeme (oboe)
Neil Sanders (horn), William Waterhouse (bassoon), James Buck (horn), Adrian Beers (double bass), Kenneth Sillito (violin),...
There is plenty of individual personality in the music-making here, but how beautifully these fine musicians blend together as a group...the polished elegance and charm of their playing cannot... — More…