The last three of Mozart’s five violin concertos have always been popular with recording artists, but there is always plenty more to be discovered in repertoire of such infinite variety. As soloist Henning Kraggerud has observed, “the true sign of a masterpiece must lie in the number of possible interpretations inherent in it.” Raymond Bisha presents Kraggerud’s account of these three masterpieces, all written in 1775 when Mozart was only 19 years old. Listen in to hear how the Norwegian’s engagement and passion illuminate a Viennese genius.
View album details of Mozart’s Violin Concertos Nos. 3, 4 and 5 at naxos.com
Catalogue No.: 8.573513
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