Mozart Piano Works

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Monday, January 24, 2011

As part of our month-long focus on Powerhouse Pianists – and with Mozart’s birthday right around the corner – Symphony Hall is spending this week with some of Mozart’s most beloved works for piano.

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Comments [2]

Michael Meltzer

One of the most breathtaking Mozart players of the twentieth century was the Austrian pianist Lili Kraus, with a piano tone so beautiful and charismatic that it came through quite well in spite of the limitations of monophonic recording.
There were some recordings of hers in the old WQXR archive, I seem to remember the concerti K. 488 and 491. There was also some beautiful Schubert.

Jan. 27 2011 05:33 PM
Susanne Servin from Westchester, New York

How about Friedrich Gulda - why not play a performance with him?????????

Jan. 26 2011 04:14 PM

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