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Mozart: 4 Sonaten für Klavier und Violine [Australia]
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Clara Haskil
Mozart: 4 Sonaten für Klavier und Violine [Australia]
Genre: Classical
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All Artists: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Clara Haskil
Title: Mozart: 4 Sonaten für Klavier und Violine [Australia]
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Philips Import
Release Date: 9/30/1984
Album Type: Import
Genre: Classical
Style: Chamber Music
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 028941225320

CD Reviews

Either Player Alone is Worth the Full Value of the Record
BLee | HK | 12/01/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Coming to Mozart's sonatas, amongst the younger one I prefer Zimmerman and with the older generation I always stick to Szeryng/Haebler ( but their Beethoven is a different matter, not just because of poorer recorded sound). Here we have an alternative. As far as the piano part is concerned, it's even better than Haebler's version and the two have a better collaboration, even though the Szeryng and Haebler dialogue is nonetheless most intriguing. Hearing these two versions together, one would be able to discover more perspectives of the score with more novelties and more inspirations. Those interested should also check out their Sonata 454 & 526 recorded in 1956 ( Phlips 416 478-2 ) with even better sound.It irks one to see that the sales rank of this CD of these great musicians is so undeservingly low. In Europe, this one is in 24 bit format with excellent sound although it was recorded in 1958 and it has become one of the "Best 50" in Philips. Haskil is defintely one of the best Mozartians and the gift of Grumiaux is rare too, to say the least."
What a Musical Partnership!
Classicalman | Pontiac, MI | 10/10/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Mozart's violin sonatas are lovely works, imbued with great pleasure for the listener. This disk is the product of a partnership between two great musicians of the last century. The two become one, and Mozart is treated to definitive, at times, delicate interpretations. This disk is a must for every Mozartian."