Mozart - Violin Concerto N°3 & N°4 - Johanna Martzy (Mono)
Mozart - Violin Concerto N°3 & N°4 - Johanna Martzy (Mono)
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Mozart - Violin Concerto N°3 & N°4 - Johanna Martzy (Mono)
Mozart - Violin Concerto N°3 & N°4 - Johanna Martzy (Mono)

Mozart - Violin Concerto N°3 & N°4 - Johanna Martzy (Mono)

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Violin Concerto N°3 in G major, KV 216 & Violin Concerto N°4 in D major, KV 218

Johanna Martzy, violin

Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR

Hans Müller-Kray, conductor


1LP, Old style tip-on Jacket with extra protection jacket for the record

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g Virgin vinyl

Record color : Black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : Pallas (Germany)

Label : Analogphonic

Original label : SWR Music

Recorded on December 4, 1962 at Liederhalle Stuttgart (side A) and April 10, 1956 at Villa Berg (side B)

Engineered by S.Schlegel (side A), Hannes Staub (side B)

Mastered by Rainer Maillard

Originally released in 2015 (as a CD)

Reissued in 2016 (first time on LP)


Tracks :

Side A : Violin Concerto N°3

  1. Allegro
  2. Adagio
  3. Rondeau. Allegro


Side B : Violin Concerto N°4

  1. Allegro
  2. Andante cantabile
  3. Rondeau. Andante grazioso



“Johanna Martzy's Mozart impresses not only due to its technical flawlessness, but also thanks to a tone that naturally blossoms from the breath of vibrant phrasing, her consummate mastery of the bow in all nuances from legato to spiccato, acultivated passion of expression that is always at the service of the musical line and knows no willful extravagances, creating an artistic oneness out of the inner fire and the objectivity of a composition's style.” Christoph Schlüren

“Violinist Johanna Martzy was hardly a prolific recording artists, which makes her few radio recordings desirable bonuses... A coupling of Mozart’s Third and Fourth Violin Concertos, from 1962 and 1956 respectively, both featuring sturdy support from the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra under Hans Müller-Kray, exhibits Mozart’s forthright approach and invariable warmth, performance that anticipate the stylistic unfussiness of our own time rather than Romantic manners of Martzy’s era” The Gramophone Magazine



Discogs : 5 / 5

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