Notes & Reviews:
Gulda's playing is impeccable ... The orchestral playing is distinctly good ... The recording is first-rate
Admirably clean, well balanced, true recording of a wise-like (i.e. gracious-cum-judicious) performance.
BBC Music Magazine, May 2012
Friedrich Gulda is in attentive mode in this predominantly well-behaved Mozart. There's delicacy and bite by turn, though little of the spontaneity one hopes for.
Gramophone Magazine (Concerto No. 14)
In the Andantino and the finale, the pianist's neat, deft playing, his sure sense of balance and admirable control, bear their rewards ... Mozart's music is allowed to speak for itself, and does so, eloquently .