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Young and foolish is the title Cafe Zimmermann has chosen for this programme, which features music from the 1770s and 1780s by Mozart and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, starting with Mozart's famous and sparkling Divertimento KV 138. For this fascinating W.A.-C.P.E. face-off, Cafe Zimmermann has invited an exceptional musician: the fortepianist Alexander Melnikov. They perform the Concerto no.17 in G major KV 453, of which Mozart said in a letter to his father that (like his concertos KV 450 and KV 451) 'they make you sweat'! Melnikov is joined by harpsichordist Celine Frisch, co-founder of the ensemble, in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's Concerto for fortepiano, harpsichord and orchestra, the only one of it's kind ever composed, a work full of energy and mischief.
Young and foolish is the title Cafe Zimmermann has chosen for this programme, which features music from the 1770s and 1780s by Mozart and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, starting with Mozart's famous and sparkling Divertimento KV 138. For this fascinating W.A.-C.P.E. face-off, Cafe Zimmermann has invited an exceptional musician: the fortepianist Alexander Melnikov. They perform the Concerto no.17 in G major KV 453, of which Mozart said in a letter to his father that (like his concertos KV 450 and KV 451) 'they make you sweat'! Melnikov is joined by harpsichordist Celine Frisch, co-founder of the ensemble, in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's Concerto for fortepiano, harpsichord and orchestra, the only one of it's kind ever composed, a work full of energy and mischief.
3701624510438
Bach / Zimmermann - Young & Foolish

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Format: CD
Label: ALPHA
Rel. Date: 07/05/2024
UPC: 3701624510438

Young & Foolish
Artist: Bach / Zimmermann
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Young and foolish is the title Cafe Zimmermann has chosen for this programme, which features music from the 1770s and 1780s by Mozart and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, starting with Mozart's famous and sparkling Divertimento KV 138. For this fascinating W.A.-C.P.E. face-off, Cafe Zimmermann has invited an exceptional musician: the fortepianist Alexander Melnikov. They perform the Concerto no.17 in G major KV 453, of which Mozart said in a letter to his father that (like his concertos KV 450 and KV 451) 'they make you sweat'! Melnikov is joined by harpsichordist Celine Frisch, co-founder of the ensemble, in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's Concerto for fortepiano, harpsichord and orchestra, the only one of it's kind ever composed, a work full of energy and mischief.
        
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