Mozart & Mendelssohn - Violin Concertos : Leonid Kogan : Constantin Silvestri - 180g LP

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Mozart & Mendelssohn - Violin Concertos : Leonid Kogan : Constantin Silvestri - 180g LP
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Leonid Kogan (stereo LP)
Violin Concerto in E minor, Op.64
Violin Concertos No.3 in G, K.216

Leonid Kogan
Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire
Constantin Silvestri

Violinist Leonid Kogan performs Violin Concerts by Mozart and Mendelssohn alongside the Paris Conservatoire Orchestra conducted by Constantin Silvestri.
"Mozart's violin concertos are to a large extent a reflection of the taste of the aristocratic society of his age. They are music which makes its foremost appeal by the elegance and supreme fluency of the writing and addresses itself to a cultivated sensibility but touches only very rarely - in contrast to his mature piano concertos - the deeper strings of emotion." - from liner notes
"Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto justly reckons among the prized possessions of every violinist's repertoire. Together with the violin concertos of Beethoven and Brahms, it forms the great triad among nineteenth century works for solo violin and orchestra. True, it does not aspire to the classical grandeur of the Beethoven concerto nor does it show the symphonic elaboration of Brahms' but it possesses a most alluring charm and lyrical grace of its own. Through its first two movements there runs a vein of gentle melancholy as characteristic of Mendelssohn's genius - Wagner read into this an expression of his Jewishness - as is the elfin lightness and glitter of the Finale. Besides, every bar of the solo part proclaims the truly violinistic nature of its conception." - from liner notes
Mozart wrote 27 piano concertos but only six for the violin. This discrepancy in numbers is to be explained by the fact that his favorite instrument was the piano on which he was indeed one of the great virtuosos of his time while the solo violin held only a limited and temporary attraction for him. The first five violin concertos were composed in Salzburg in 1775 when Mozart was a boy of 19, and the sixth followed two years later after which his interest in the genre ceased. The precise occasions for which he wrote them is unknown - possibly for his own use, but, more probably, for Gaetano Brunetti who was the leader of the Salzburg court orchestra.
Leonid Kogan, violin
Paris Conservatoire Orchestra
Constantin Silvestri, conductor
Side One: 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Violin Concerto No. 3 in G, K.216
1. First Movement: Allegro - Cadenza - Tempo I
2. Second Movement: Adagio - Cadenza - Tempo I
3. Third Movement: Rondo (Allegro-Andante-Allegretto-Tempo I)
Side Two: 
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847)
Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64
1. First Movement: Allegro molto appassionato - Cadenza - Tempo I - Presto
2. Second Movement: Andante
3. Third Movement: Allegretto non troppo - Allegro molto vivace
Mozart & Mendelssohn - Violin Concertos : Leonid Kogan : Constantin Silvestri - 180g LP

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