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25 Concerto Favorites
Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Sebastian Bach, Giuseppe Torelli
25 Concerto Favorites
Genres: Special Interest, Classical
 
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No Description Available. Genre: Classical Music Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: Release Date: 27-MAY-2003

      
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Genre: Classical Music
Media Format: Compact Disk
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Release Date: 27-MAY-2003

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Great Concertos from Baroque to Romantic Era
Hohenzolern@aol.com | LA | 08/15/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The excerpts from 25 concertos range from the Baroque to Romantic Periods. They are all masterfully performed by virtuoso musicians (example: Brendel is the pianist in the last track, the Beethoven Emperor piano concerto). The violinists are skillful and well-known artists. Concerto music by Baroque legends such as Torelli and Bach. Mozart and Haydn's music is marvelous to hear. We have Mozart's piano concerto movements and flute concertos. Finally, in the Romantic field, Brahms, Mendelsshon and Tchaikovsky. This an affordable price for a cd that contains such excellent music."
Great cd, especially for the cost
Tony CioLi | 05/03/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"25 great songs, and for $3.57, its a great buy"
A well-produced classical variety album
P. Kingsriter | Lakeville, MN United States | 10/13/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This album could have easily been filled with selections just from Bach, Mozart, Vivaldi, and Beethoven, but thankfully the record producers chose some deeper cuts. Though the above mentioned greats are prominently featured (and rightly so), Grieg and Offenbach are welcome additions. Like all the "25 _____ Favorites" albums I've listened to, the pieces are well-chosen, expertly performed, and excellently produced with sharp, clear sound. The album's variety is welcome as well, giving the listener 70+ minutes of a changing but continuous audio landscape.There's not much here that will knock the socks off a classical purist, but that's part of its appeal. The pieces are good enough to satisfy the more refined classical music palate but accessible enough for those less-experienced in concertos. 25 CONCERTO FAVORITES comes recommended to those seeking a well-produced and pleasant classical variety album."