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Wiener Konzerthaus

Beethoven and Mozart

Camerata Salzburg & Fazil Say
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Ludwig van Beethoven's final piano concerto grants the soloist a certain degree of freedom - who better to explore its possibilities than Fazil Say. After all, the pianist is one of the most unorthodox interpreters of his generation. This is followed by Mozart's final Salzburg serenade, which includes a post horn solo. This concert from Vienna promises to cast a pair of familiar works in an altogether unfamiliar light. Fazil Say appears by kind permission of Erato/Warner Classics. 

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recorded at 12/06/2018, 01:30pm (EST)
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Say and The Camerata Salzburg

External links

Mozart: Serenade for Orchestra No. 9 D major K. 320, "Posthorn"

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 E-flat major op. 73 "The Emperor"

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Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 E-flat major op. 73 "The Emperor"
  • I. Allegro
  • II. Adagio un poco mosso
  • III. Rondo Allegro
  • Encore: Piano Sonata No. 8 op. 13: III: Rondo. Allegro
  • Encore: Chopin: Nocturne C-sharp minor op. posth. BI 49
  • Encore: Chopin: Nocturne E-flat major op. 9,2
Mozart: Serenade for Orchestra No. 9 D major K. 320, "Posthorn"
  • I. Adagio maestoso - Allegro con spirito
  • II. Minuetto
  • III. Concertante: Andante grazioso
  • IV. Rondeau: Allegro ma non troppo
  • V. Andantino
  • VI. Minuetto - Trio I - Trio II
  • VII. Finale: Presto
Fazıl Say interviewed by Holger Noltze
  • Fazıl Say interviewed by Holger Noltze

External links

Mozart: Serenade for Orchestra No. 9 D major K. 320, "Posthorn"

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 E-flat major op. 73 "The Emperor"