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Mozart: piano concerto no. 24 in C minor, K 491, on period instruments.

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5 Basic Tips For An ’18th century’ Mozart Fingering on Keyboards

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Why Pianos From Mozart’s Era Are Better Than Ours

At a festival in Zichron Yaakov, pianist Malcolm Bilson will try to prove his contention that 300-year-old pianos can produce more faithful sounds than Steinways.   Let’s say you’re a pianist, or a devoted fan of classical piano music. And … Continue reading

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W.A Mozart, Jupiter symphony on period instruments

W.A Mozart, Jupiter symphony on period instruments. Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century, conducted by Frans Brüggen    

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Mozart – Piano Concerto No. 27 K. 595 (on Period Instruments)

Mozart – Piano Concerto No. 27 K. 595 (on Period Instruments)   Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-flat major, K. 595 1. Allegro 00:05 2. Larguetto 13:46 3. Allegro 21:15 Andreas Staier, fortepiano Freiburger Barockorchester Gottfried von … Continue reading

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Wim Winters plays Mozart’s Prelude and Fugue KV 394 on clavichord

Wim Winters plays Mozart’s Prelude and Fugue KV 394 on clavichord.    

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Mozart, Mozart’s Magic Flute and Beethoven

Mozart, Mozart’s Magic Flute and Beethoven.   We began our overview of Mozart’s Magic Flute  with a reference to the German music critic Joachim Kaiser’s comment in his Bayern IV radio show, Beethoven:  Werk und Wirkung, according to which Beethoven … Continue reading

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