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In his second disc of Mozart Concertos for Challenge Classics, Ben Kim confronts two great concertos like Nos. 24 and 25, both composed in Vienna in 1786. Both works are numbered among the masterpieces of the genre. The album reflects Mozart's artistic development and how it alienated his listeners, but also of the artist's own journey of finding confidence in vulnerability. His previous CC 72816 (Concertos Nos. 17 & 23) was welcomed by Gramophone: "his debut with Challenge reveals a sensitive touch... [his] performances give pleasure in their delivery of Mozart's indelible melodic writing" and by BBC Music Magazine: "... a recording that offers considerable rewards."
In his second disc of Mozart Concertos for Challenge Classics, Ben Kim confronts two great concertos like Nos. 24 and 25, both composed in Vienna in 1786. Both works are numbered among the masterpieces of the genre. The album reflects Mozart's artistic development and how it alienated his listeners, but also of the artist's own journey of finding confidence in vulnerability. His previous CC 72816 (Concertos Nos. 17 & 23) was welcomed by Gramophone: "his debut with Challenge reveals a sensitive touch... [his] performances give pleasure in their delivery of Mozart's indelible melodic writing" and by BBC Music Magazine: "... a recording that offers considerable rewards."
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Piano Concertos Nos. 24 & 25
Artist: Mozart / Kim
Format: CD
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In his second disc of Mozart Concertos for Challenge Classics, Ben Kim confronts two great concertos like Nos. 24 and 25, both composed in Vienna in 1786. Both works are numbered among the masterpieces of the genre. The album reflects Mozart's artistic development and how it alienated his listeners, but also of the artist's own journey of finding confidence in vulnerability. His previous CC 72816 (Concertos Nos. 17 & 23) was welcomed by Gramophone: "his debut with Challenge reveals a sensitive touch... [his] performances give pleasure in their delivery of Mozart's indelible melodic writing" and by BBC Music Magazine: "... a recording that offers considerable rewards."
        
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