Mozart - The Great Sonatas for Piano and Violin - Walter Klien & Arthur Grumiaux (5LP, Box)
Mozart - The Great Sonatas for Piano and Violin - Walter Klien & Arthur Grumiaux (5LP, Box)
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Mozart - The Great Sonatas for Piano and Violin - Walter Klien & Arthur Grumiaux (5LP, Box)
Mozart - The Great Sonatas for Piano and Violin - Walter Klien & Arthur Grumiaux (5LP, Box)

Mozart - The Great Sonatas for Piano and Violin - Walter Klien & Arthur Grumiaux (5LP, Box)

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Walter Klien, Piano

Arthur Grumiaux, Violin

 

5LPs, Box set

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g Virgin vinyl

Record color : Black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Pallas (Germany)

Label : Analogphonic

Original label : Philips

Recorded on 1981 – 1983 at La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland

Mastered by Maarten de Boer

Originally released in 1985

Reissued in 2016

 

Tracks :

Side A :

  1. Sonate B-dur KV 454
  2. Sechs Variationen g-moll über das französische Lied: «Au bord d’une fontaine» KV360

Side B :

  1. Sonate e-moll KV 304
  2. Sonate F-dur KV 376

Side C :

  1. Sonate Es-dur KV 302
  2. Sonate A-dur KV 305

Side D : Sonate A-dur KV 526

Side E :

  1. Sonate G-dur KV 379
  2. Sonate Es-dur KV 380 - Allegro

Side F :

  1. Sonate Es-dur KV 380 - Andante Con Moto
  2. Sonate Es-dur KV 380 - Rondeau (Allegro)
  3. Sonate G-dur KV 301

Side G :

  1. Sonate F-dur KV 377
  2. Sonate C-dur KV 303

Side H :

  1. Sonate Es-dur KV 481

Side I :

  1. Sonate D-dur KV 306
  2. Sonate C-dur KV 296

Side J :

  1. Sonate B-dur KV 378

 

Reviews:

“Arthur Grumiaux and Walter Klien offer playing with spring in its step and a lyrical yet unsentimental warmth in the slow movements, though that of K296 might with advantage have lingered a little more. These are stylish artists who are also eloquent in the unusually wistful Andante con moto of K380... Perhaps a touchstone for Grumiaux's qualities is the great slow movement of K454, where he is sensitive to the extraordinary harmonic design and yet over-reliant on the same tricks of tone-colour to project it.” The Gramophone Magazine

 

Ratings:

Discogs : 5 / 5

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