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Mozart: Complete Horn Concertos

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment


Margaret Faultless


Roger Montgomery

- (natural horn)

Venue:

Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, UK

25 Oct 2012

Producer:

Nicholas Parker



Engineer:

Mike Hatch



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Total Time - 70:00
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WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

 

Horn Concerto in Eb, K.417 (No.2)

 
  Vienna, 27 May 1783  
1 [Allegro] 6:36
2 Andante 3:18
3 [Rondo (Allegro)] 3:34
   
 

Fragment in E K.494a

 
4 [Allegro] 3:05
   
 

Horn Concerto in Eb K.495 (No.4)

 
5 Allegro maestoso 8:06
6 Romance (Andante cantabile) 4:28
7 Rondo (Allegro vivace) 3:42
   
 

Horn Cocnerto in Eb K.447 (No.3)

 
8 Allegro 6:54
9 Romance (Larghetto) 3:38
10 Allegro 3:33
   
 

Horn Concerto in D, K.412 & 514 (K.386B) [No.1]

 
11 [Allegro] 4:56
12 Rondo (Allegro) 3:47
13 Rondo (Allegro - Adagio in horn part) 3:52
   
 

Horn Concerto in Eb K.370b & 371

 
14 [Allegro] 5:07
15 Rondeau (Allegro) 5:24
  Total Time 70:00      
   
 Roger Montgomery - (natural horn)
 Margaret Faultless
   
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Under the direction of Margaret Faultless the OAE shine on these new recordings of Mozart’s horn Concertos, featuring sublime performances by Roger Montgomery on the natural (valveless) horn. As well as lesser-known gems of Mozart’s horn repertoire, at the centre of the collection comes the lyrical fourth horn Concerto (K.495), featuring thrilling fanfares and brilliant dialogue between the solo instrument and orchestra. 

 "... Well worth owning ."

Nalen Anthoni - Gramophone magazine - March 2014




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