Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Concertî ¹14 in Es-dur (1784)
1. Allegro vivace
3. Allegro ma non troppo
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Ambache Chamber Ensemble. 1984, UK.
Date of Recording: 4/1966. Cadenza: Mozart.
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, leitung - Pekka Kuusisto. November 2007, Lucerne.
Recorded: May 1983, London.
Recorded: July 2013, Cologne.
Vienna Symphony Orchestra. Rudolf Buchbinder - piano & conductor.
Piatti Quartet: Charlotte Scott - 1st violin, Michael Trainor - 2nd violin, David Wigram - viola, Jessie Ann Richardson - cello. Recorded at Potton Hall, Suffolk, UK, 15th – 16th May 2012.
2011 Music and Arts Programs of America
Recorded: September 1954, London.
Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, Christian Zacharias – piano and conductor. Rec. 22-24 June 2009, Lausanne.
Perpignan Festival Orchestra. Recorded: July 20, 1951, Perpignan.
Salzburger Kammerphilharmonie. Recorded: April 22, 1998, Salzburg.
Vienna Festival Orchestra, conductor: Stephen Simon.
Slovak Chamber Orchestra, Bohdan Warchal (conductor).
Version for Piano & String Quintet. Recorded: December 2012, New York.
Recorded: October 1980, Zuerich.
Recorded: June 27-29, 1965, London.
Recorded April 4-5, 1974.
Recorded: September 12-13, 1975, London.
Recorded: March 1992, Vienna.
Recorded: November 15, 1981, Vienna.
Dezső Ranki - piano, Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra, conductor Janos Rolla.
Recorded: October 9, 1962, New York.
Tadeusz Karolak - conductor. Early Music Ensemble of the Warsaw Chamber Opera. Recorded: December 18-19, 2004, Warsaw, Poland.
Recorded in Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin (Germany), December 18-20, 1957.
Recording: Henry Wood Hall, London 1993.
Recording Date: May 1965.
Lucerne Festival Strings. Conductor - Paul Baumgartner. 1958.
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Pierre-Laurent Aimard – piano and conductor. Graz, Stefaniensaal, 6 Juli 2009.
Jeremy YOUNG (piano) & Benyounes Quartet / 2013, Manchester
Rec. 10 & 12 June 1989, Budapest.