Ondine celebrates Beethoven's 250th anniversary of birth by re-issuing Olli Mustonen's Beethoven cycle with the Tapiola Sinfonietta. The three volumes were originally released in three separate volumes from 2007-2009. Mustonen, described by The Sunday Times as "living dream of pianism", is known for delivering fresh and visionary approach to standard works - this is evident in these masterful recordings of Beethoven's concertos. Mustonen is a particularly fitting exponent for Beethoven's music as the composer himself was also both visionary and revolutionary in his approach to tradition. The recording of Piano Concerto No. 1 includes Mustonen's own cadenzas. Beethoven's own Piano Concerto arrangement of his Violin Concerto is also featured - one of Mustonen's signature pieces.
Ondine celebrates Beethoven's 250th anniversary of birth by re-issuing Olli Mustonen's Beethoven cycle with the Tapiola Sinfonietta. The three volumes were originally released in three separate volumes from 2007-2009. Mustonen, described by The Sunday Times as "living dream of pianism", is known for delivering fresh and visionary approach to standard works - this is evident in these masterful recordings of Beethoven's concertos. Mustonen is a particularly fitting exponent for Beethoven's music as the composer himself was also both visionary and revolutionary in his approach to tradition. The recording of Piano Concerto No. 1 includes Mustonen's own cadenzas. Beethoven's own Piano Concerto arrangement of his Violin Concerto is also featured - one of Mustonen's signature pieces.
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Complete Piano Concertos (3pk)

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Label: ONDINE
Rel. Date: 05/01/2020
UPC: 761195135921

Complete Piano Concertos (3pk)
Artist: Olli Mustonen
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Ondine celebrates Beethoven's 250th anniversary of birth by re-issuing Olli Mustonen's Beethoven cycle with the Tapiola Sinfonietta. The three volumes were originally released in three separate volumes from 2007-2009. Mustonen, described by The Sunday Times as "living dream of pianism", is known for delivering fresh and visionary approach to standard works - this is evident in these masterful recordings of Beethoven's concertos. Mustonen is a particularly fitting exponent for Beethoven's music as the composer himself was also both visionary and revolutionary in his approach to tradition. The recording of Piano Concerto No. 1 includes Mustonen's own cadenzas. Beethoven's own Piano Concerto arrangement of his Violin Concerto is also featured - one of Mustonen's signature pieces.