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The music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart has always been one of the raisons d'être of Frans Brüggen's Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century since it's foundation back in 1981. In this sense, it's no wonder that Mozart is the most represented composer on The Grand Tour collection, the series within the Glossa label on which the orchestra has been issuing all it's recordings since 1997. Brüggen's Mozart output encompasses 6 titles on 8 CDs, included in this box appropriately titled A Life with Mozart. (additionally the Mozart recording Oboe Concerto (2015) from the post-Bruggen era has been added to the box.) Great soloists join maestro Brüggen and his orchestra on this recorded Mozart journey: Thomas Zehetmair for the violin concertos, soprano Cyndia Sieden for the concert arias written for Aloysia Weber, Eric Hoeprich in the clarinet concerto, mezzo Joyce DiDonato in arias from La Clemenza di Tito, to name a few. Brüggen's landmark readings of the last three symphonies (Diapason d'or de l'année) and the Requiem are also included, the latter documenting the impressive Tokyo concert of 1998.
The music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart has always been one of the raisons d'être of Frans Brüggen's Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century since it's foundation back in 1981. In this sense, it's no wonder that Mozart is the most represented composer on The Grand Tour collection, the series within the Glossa label on which the orchestra has been issuing all it's recordings since 1997. Brüggen's Mozart output encompasses 6 titles on 8 CDs, included in this box appropriately titled A Life with Mozart. (additionally the Mozart recording Oboe Concerto (2015) from the post-Bruggen era has been added to the box.) Great soloists join maestro Brüggen and his orchestra on this recorded Mozart journey: Thomas Zehetmair for the violin concertos, soprano Cyndia Sieden for the concert arias written for Aloysia Weber, Eric Hoeprich in the clarinet concerto, mezzo Joyce DiDonato in arias from La Clemenza di Tito, to name a few. Brüggen's landmark readings of the last three symphonies (Diapason d'or de l'année) and the Requiem are also included, the latter documenting the impressive Tokyo concert of 1998.
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Format: CD
Label: Glossa
Rel. Date: 03/29/2024
UPC: 8424562211353

Life with Mozart
Artist: Mozart / Bruggen / Orchestra of the 18th Century
Format: CD
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The music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart has always been one of the raisons d'être of Frans Brüggen's Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century since it's foundation back in 1981. In this sense, it's no wonder that Mozart is the most represented composer on The Grand Tour collection, the series within the Glossa label on which the orchestra has been issuing all it's recordings since 1997. Brüggen's Mozart output encompasses 6 titles on 8 CDs, included in this box appropriately titled A Life with Mozart. (additionally the Mozart recording Oboe Concerto (2015) from the post-Bruggen era has been added to the box.) Great soloists join maestro Brüggen and his orchestra on this recorded Mozart journey: Thomas Zehetmair for the violin concertos, soprano Cyndia Sieden for the concert arias written for Aloysia Weber, Eric Hoeprich in the clarinet concerto, mezzo Joyce DiDonato in arias from La Clemenza di Tito, to name a few. Brüggen's landmark readings of the last three symphonies (Diapason d'or de l'année) and the Requiem are also included, the latter documenting the impressive Tokyo concert of 1998.
        
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