Extend such thoughtful, profound probity to the whole set and you have interpretations where within the letter critically observed, a numinous potency breaks free. 7 (1812) Beethoven’s ‘return to life’ – a bubbling cauldron of exuberance and vitality. 41 / Ouvertüre Zu "Figaros Hochzeit" / Symphonie No. Excellent recommendations! You get the precision of Toscanini with the warmth of Walter.'' 41, KV 551 ‘Jupiter’ (1788) [38.30] Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Herbert Blomstedt rec. Symphony no 41 in C major, K 551 "Jupiter" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ... Mozart's Best by the Best April 27, 2017 By owen ryan (lakewood, CA) See All My Reviews " As noted by Classics Today ''these recordings have long been regarded among the best. Show track info. 1 … (Sound recording review) by "Sensible Sound"; Music Consumer news, advice, product reviews Sound recordings Sound recording … In Symphony No. From the depth and precision of the opening chords to the fugitive spirit of dance which no one else quite captures, the Philharmonia under Giulini become a second cast on their own. play; pause; Symphony No. 40 & 41 “”Jupiter”” ... very fine performances, characteristic of the best of what the period-instrument movement has to offer in this music. 41, ‘Jupiter’ An early exponent and experimenter of symphonic form, Mozart was partly, if not largely, responsible for moulding the symphony into its original figuration. 39 generally, as it does here, stands for sonority and warmth, often also for a kind of ceremonial stateliness. The quartet has been acclaimed as “one of the country’s best young string quartets” by the Boston Globe. Symphony No. 5; Recommended recording: BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Mark Wigglesworth BIS-CD-973/974 Buy from Amazon; Buy from Presto Music; The 20 Greatest Conductors of all time; 16) Beethoven – Symphony No. Symphony No. 39-41) were written in a very short time during 1788, it appears likely that the composer conceived them as a cycle. Not to evade the question, but it really does depend on the listener. Now I can also enjoy Mackerras' leading wonderful performances of four symphonies in detailed and spacious sound recordings. 40 and 41 merit comparison with the best. Best recordings of Mozart's late symphonies? New; 4:15:01. 41 in C major, K. 551 ‘Jupiter’: III. Get acquainted with our picks for the 20 essential Mozart recordings. Take a musical deep dive into Mozart. | 41," on the May 1 concert, and both the Bartok "Piano Concerto No. The current date and time is, Mozart: Symphony #41 in C, K. 551 "Jupiter", the Talk Classical community's favorite and most highly recommended works, F. Magle - Contemporary Classical Composer, Organist and Pianist. I have searched and listened to a handful of performances of Mozart's last two great symphonies (40 and 41). Free Online Library: Mozart: Symphonies Nos. Mozart – Symphony 26. Review: Mozart – Symphonies No. His award-winning 1960s recordings with the Berlin Phil are poetic and perfectly measured. Mozart's 41st symphony, eventually nicknamed "Jupiter," is currently on the sixth tier of the Talk Classical community's favorite and most highly recommended works. The retrospective elements are most obviously manifested in the close thematic relationship that exists between this Symphony in the ‘festive’ key of C major and previous works bearing the same tonality, most notably Haydn’s Symphony No. A multi-award winning double album of some of Mozart's finest symphonic works. 40 in G minor [29:48] Symphony No. Bowing varies from precise attack to breathy delicacy; and lines are supple, contoured through flexure of phase and the easing or tightening of pace without ever disrupting pulse...' Read the review, Wolfgang Meyer; Concentus Musicus Wien / Nikolaus Harnoncourt, 'There are happy and shapely performances of all three concertos here, but the particular delight is that of the latest and greatest of them, the Clarinet Concerto, which Wolfgang Meyer plays on a basset clarinet – that is, an instrument with an extension allowing it to add four semitones at the bottom of its compass. Bernstein's VPO recording of the 40th Symphony seemed uninvolved but the Jupiter was pretty good. I find Karl Bohm and George Szell's versions to be the best. The similarities between Michael’s 29 th and 39 th, and Mozart’s 41 st are sometimes startling, as you can hear. His recording of the complete chamber music of Franz Xavier Mozart was released in 2013 on Equilibrium.