Notes & Reviews:
In January 1783, Mozart advertised in the Wiener Zeitung 'the publication of three new, recently completed piano concertos' which could even be played with quartet accompaniment - thus enabling him to reach a wider public. In similar vein, he told his father that they were 'very brilliant and pleasing to the ear... Here and there only connoisseurs will derive satisfaction from them - yet in such a way that the non-connoisseur will also be pleased, without knowing why.' It's a fair bet that these dazzling performances by Kristian Bezuidenhout and the Freiburger Barockorchester will meet with the same unanimous approval.
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