Harmonia Podcast #134: Mozart, Manze, and [Harmonia] Mundi

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September
2010

Great musicians always go through musical phases. British violinist Andrew Manze is no different in that respect.

His two Mozart recordings on the Harmonia Mundi label are, in many ways, an artistic culmination with long time musical partners—one of the more recent collaborations with keyboardist Richard Egarr, a partnership that goes back decades, and the esteemed period instrument orchestra The English Concert, of which Manze is a former director. Both are fine examples of his particular brand of style, invention, and virtuosity applied to music of the Classical Era.

LISTEN: #134—Andrew Manze and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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