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    I go back to these a lot.


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    We certainly have an abundance of riches when I think of how few recordings of these works were around when I started collecting records

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    For selected concertos, Clara Haskil; for the complete set, Ingrid Haebler.

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    I have like 10 versions of No. 20, K466. My favourite now is Howard Shelley's, very moody. For No. 21 K467 it may be Kovacevich or Perahia. For No. 17 it's Hans Richer Haaser. No. 22 with Perahia. For No. 27 it's Emil Gilels for sure.
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    In this order .
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    Quote Originally Posted by isorhythm View Post
    I go back to these a lot.

    Not a fan of these. The Uchida-conducted versions of a number of these concerti with the Cleveland Orchestra are much less "dainty." It isn't a complete set, although she has conducted and played all of the Mozart concerti with Cleveland over the last decade.

    I like Kirschnereit and Perahia a lot among the complete sets, but the Casadesus/Szell recordings were my "imprints."

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