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This might just be one of the most intriguing of all of the Mozart multi-pianos concertos on record. Here we have a rare collaboration not found on any other recording between George Solti and Daniel Barenboim, where the two conductors face each other playing the concerto for two pianos K.365; the conducting of the English Camber Orchestra from the piano on this Decca recording is at the hands of George Solti. On a previous (EMI) ADD recording it was Barenboim conducting this same orchestra from the piano, and on another Mozart multi-piano concertos, ADD Decca recording with Barenboim and Ashkenazy, it was Barenboim who conducted the ECO from the piano. The concerto for three pianos K. 242 on this CD, has Andras Schiff, Barenboim amp; Solti who here too, is conducting the orchestra from the piano. And the Piano concerto No. 20 K. 466 for single piano features George Solti as the solo pianist conducting from the piano sit. Technically this Piano concerto is less demanding than other Mozart late concertos. However, this Decca version of PC 20 has that "dramatic", that purpose and concentration with depth of feeling and sadness - it is the simplicity of greatness, or the greatness of the simplicity of music making that is gloriously captured here, with full piano body tone and lucid decay time - a masterpiece made possible by the Decca recording team headed by Stan Goodall. (The recording was made in 1989 at the Walthamstow Town Hall, London). This superb Mozart multi-piano concertos with Solti, Barenboim and Schiff - should be grabbed and hold close and dear to the heart. It is a gem and no less than that.
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