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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 3 (KV 216) and No. 4 (KV 218)
Johanna Martzy and the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Hans Müller-Kray
We are pleased to announce the release of our three new titles, the first products in cooperation with SWR. They are radio-broadcast recordings of the legendary Hungarian violinist, Johanna Martzy, recorded in 1950s and 60s. These are valuable historical documents as Martzy’s career was relatively brief and her commercial recordings are small in number. Her interpretation of the Mozart, Brahms and Mendelssohn concertos show the phenomenal violinist in her prime: her tasteful approach, cultivated expression, perfect bow control and vibrant tone never cease to amaze us. Additionally, we included the Mendelssohn Concerto performed by Ida Haendel – along with Johanna Martzy – with the same conductor and the orchestra.
Johanna mareuchi is 1962 years and 56 years in Germany, southwest Germany (SWR) broadcasting live was played on the radio is the world's first LP will be released on . Mozart concerto in the repertoire elegant phrasing and innocent, yet deep expression of mareuchi goes well , especially now hear fluent legato bowing in the modern sense is felt lucid beauty and slow movement , always elegant emotion without losing the elegance that is why she is even now whether they realized the tribute to the legendary violinist .
" Mozart's three times , four from the album is filled with the Violin Concerto No. mareuchi Johanna is Hans Müller - Given the robust help of Craiova and Stuttgart Broadcast Orchestra Mozart shows the warmth of an unchanging plain and honest approach " - Gramophone
Johanna Martzys Mozart impresses not only because of its technical perfection, but also thanks to a sound that blossomed naturally from the touch dynamic phrasing; their consummate mastery of the bow in all the nuances of legato to spiccato, a cultivated passion of expression that is always at the service of the musical line and knows no intentional extravagances, creating from the inner fire and the objectivity of the style of a composition an artistic unit.
- Christoph Schlüren violinist Johanna Martzy was not one of the artists who produce many recordings, which makes its few radio recordings seem particularly desirable ... the compilation of Mozart's third and fourth violin concerto received, 1962 and 1956, both with the active support of the Stuttgart Radio symphony orchestra under the direction of Hans Müller-Kray clearly shows Mozart's outspoken approach and constant heat; these performances grab the stylistically unpretentious ahead of our time and are based less on romantic style, as he prevailed to Martzys times. - The Gramophone Magazine
Johanna Martzy, violin
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR
Hans Muler-Kray, conductor
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Violin Concerto No. 3 in G Major
3. Rondeau. Allegro
Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major
2. Andante cantabile
3. Rondeau. Andante grazioso
No. 3 recorded December 4, 1962 at Liederhalle Stuttgart.
No. 4 recorded April 10, 1956 at Villa Berg.