Conductor – Kurt Sanderling. Orchestra – Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra, Symphonie-Orchester Des Bayerischen Rundfunks. Piano – Mitsuko Uchida.
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Mitsuko Uchida, Kurt Sanderling. Beethoven: The 5 Piano Concertos. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Conductor, Primary Artist. Piano, Primary Artist.
For some listeners, Mitsuko Uchida 's recordings of Beethoven 's piano concertos with Kurt Sanderling conducting either the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra or the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks will be the epitome of aesthetic pleasure. For others, her performances will be instantly forgettable
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN - Piano Concertos 1-5 - 32 Variations In C Minor, Woo 80 - Mitsuko Uchida - Symphonieorchester des - Bayerischen Rundfunks - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra - Kurt Sanderling. Mitsuko Uchida Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Kurt Sanderling. Int. Release 02 May. 2005. CD 1: Beethoven: Complete Piano Concertos.
I don't give a rat'e behind WHO she was in real history, but the scene with him playing the Adagio to the 5th Piano Concerto and trhe effec t it had on Isabella Rosellini's character is rather convincing to me, all the time telling myself thatIT IS ONLY A MOVIE, but what if? In another scene Oldman is heard reading from his 1805 "Heielingsstaaadt Testament" his misery of his hearing loss.
Beethoven: The 5 Piano Concertos. Ludwig van Beethoven. There are three protagonists here: Uchida, Sanderling, and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Each makes an equal contribution to the success of this outstanding disc, surely the finest versions of this music yet to appear in digital sound. Uchida brings her vast experience as a Mozart performer to these two very Mozartean piano concertos, but she also understands the need to project Beethoven's extra measure of fire and intensity. Sanderling is an old pro; he accompanies with rock-like solidity.
I recall Uchida recording the set of five Piano Concertos with conductor Kurt Sanderling and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks in 1994/98 for Philips. Uchida speaks of how Beethoven’s optimism, looking upwards in absolute tragedy, the ability to see heaven from hell; this power, this vision is something that cannot be found elsewhere. 19 actually predates the Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 15 by two to three years. Composed circa 1795/1800, the N. feels much more mature than its predecessor and is exceeded in length only by his Piano Concerto No. 5 ‘Emperor’. It is thought that Beethoven himself was the soloist at its première in 1795 at Vienna. Published in 1801, the score bears a dedication to his pupil Countess Anna Louise Barbara ‘Babette’ Keglevics.
|1||Piano Concerto No. 1|
|2||Piano Concerto No. 2|
|1||Piano Concerto No. 3|
|2||Piano Concerto No. 4|
|1||Piano Concerto No. 5|
- Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
- Conductor – Kurt Sanderling
- Orchestra – Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra, Symphonie-Orchester Des Bayerischen Rundfunks
- Piano – Mitsuko Uchida
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