Mozart: Piano Concertos (Series Buy)

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Academy of Ancient Music
Robert Levin

Ya-Fei Chuang (concertos for two and three keyboards)
Laurence Cummings (Concerto for three keyboards)
Bojan Čičić (Concerto for piano and violin)

Richard Egarr, Bojan Čičić, Laurence Cummings directors

Each release is a 1CD in hardback booklet. Released March, June & October 2023, and February & June 2024. See description at the bottom of this page for more details.

This product is a series pre-order. Order today and we’ll deliver each CD as it becomes available. Free shipping is available on UK deliveries only.


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This series buy includes:

Vol. 9 | March 2023 | Piano Concertos Nos. 21 & 24

Vol. 10 | June 2023 | Piano Concerto No. 5, Church Sonata No. 17, Concerto movement in G major from Nannerl’s Music Book (reconstr. R. Levin), and Piano Concertos K107

Vol. 11 | October 2023 | Piano Concerto No. 7 (for 2 pianos), Piano Concerto No. 10, and Concerto for Violin, Piano and Orchestra K315f

Vol. 12 | February 2024 | Piano Concertos No. 6, Piano Concerto No. 7 (for 3 pianos), and Piano Concerto No. 8

Vol. 13 | June 2024 | Piano Concertos Nos. 25 & 27, and Ch’io mi scordi di te? K505

Academy of Ancient Music’s founder Christopher Hogwood and the scholar-pianist Robert Levin came together in 1993 to record Mozart’s complete works for keyboard and orchestra for the first time ever on period instruments. Levin’s interpretation restored improvisation to its rightful place at the heart of each composition. All concertos were recorded with improvised cadenzas, and decorative ornamentation was applied throughout, recreating the approach Mozart would have taken.

Over the course of seven years, Levin and AAM produced eight albums in this style, featuring 17 of Mozart’s concertos, a body of work hailed by the Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Historical Performance as ‘the historical performance movement at its absolute zenith’.

Now more than 20 years since the last release, AAM and Robert Levin are finally completing the cycle with new recordings released in 2023 and 2024. Five albums remain, featuring not only the numbered concertos, but also lesser- known works for keyboard and orchestra, as well as a new discovery and completed fragments.

Combined with the original releases, this will become the first-ever recording of Mozart’s complete works for keyboard and orchestra on either modern or historical instruments.

This series buy includes all five of the new recordings, delivered as soon as each is available. Order today to lock in a price of £20 per album with free shipping (UK delivery only).

Five Mozart Piano Concerto album covers