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PT 6079

MOZART: Wind Concertos

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2009

Recorded in 24 Bit / 192Khz
album available as a Studio Master


Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra

Rubingh, Henk

Emily Beynon

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Henk Rubingh

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Jacob Slagter

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Total Time - 70:19
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Horn Concerto No. 1 in D major, K. 412

1 I. Allegro 4:41
 Jacob Slagter Featured Artist

Horn Concerto No. 1 in D major, K. 412

 Jacob Slagter Featured Artist

Flute Concerto No. 1 in G major, K. 313

3 I. Allegro maestoso 7:58
 Emily Beynon Featured Artist
4 II. Adagio non troppo 7:42
 Emily Beynon Featured Artist
5 III. Rondo: Tempo di menuetto 7:15
 Emily Beynon Featured Artist

Bassoon Concerto in B flat major, K. 191

6 I. Allegro 8:01
 Henk Rubingh Featured Artist
7 II. Andante ma adagio 6:26
 Henk Rubingh Featured Artist
8 III. Rondo: Tempo di menuetto 4:04
 Henk Rubingh Featured Artist

Oboe Concerto in C major, K. 271k / K. 314

9 I. Allegro aperto 6:44
 Henk Rubingh Featured Artist
10 II. Adagio non troppo 7:52
 Henk Rubingh Featured Artist
11 III. Rondo: Allegretto 5:51
 Henk Rubingh Featured Artist
 Rubingh, Henk
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“Another winner of PentaTone!… The SACD of Mozart wind concertos was recorded in the warm acoustics of Waalse Kerk in Amsterdam September 20-22, 2005. The orchestra consists of players from the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the sterling soloists are first desk players—need more be said? The sound here is 5 channel, with the soloists well balanced against the small orchestra.”

Robert Benson

“Mozart’s delightful First Horn Concerto is brief, having two delightful fast movements, but no intervening andante or adagio. In this performance, it takes less than nine minutes. The remaining three concertos follow the conventional fast-slow-fast pattern, with Mozart’s unfailing invention offering something to delight the ears on every page. On all counts—music, performance, sound, and annotation—this is an excellent CD.”

Robert McColley


“Vivid interpretations of these lovely concertos”

“Marvellous!….The availability of this release as a hybrid SACD could just tip the balance for you.”

Piers Burton-Page

International Record Review

“The performances are stylish and idiomatic, while employing modern instruments. Sound in SACD mode is warm and accurate, with notable spaciousness and savory timbres, especially in the solos. The disc also sounds fine played on a conventional stereo system….On all counts—music, performance, sound, and annotation—this is an excellent CD.”

Robert McColley


“All four concertos make a fine program, illustrating the unending imagination and creativity Mozart could so easily summon up.”

John Sunier

Audiophile Audition

Within this disc's fairly daggy cover resides music which is anything but lacklustre. The first thing that struck me upon playing this disc was the open and bright sound of the orchestra, not doubt enhanced by the acoustics of Waalse Kerk, while maintaining the warm and coherent sound of the bass section. The disc is wonderfully engineered to give an intimate experience of the small orchestra. The soloists are first rate. The horn suitably exuberant, Emily Beynon's flute luscious and the Adagio of the oboe concerto delightfully plaintive without being in the least duck-like. But the surprise and delight for me was the mellifluous timbre of the bassoon; not often heard as a solo instrument. All in all a very pink Mozart.
S Lane