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The Beethoven Piano Concertos Rudolf Buchbinder Wiener Philharmoniker UNITEL and CLASSICA present

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    Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15 length 39'

    Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat major, Op. 19 length 32'

    Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37 length 38'

    Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58 length 37'

    Piano Concerto No. 5 in E flat major, Op. 73 The Emperor length 40'

    Cat. no. A045006320001-0005

    soloist and Conductor Rudolf Buchbinder Orchestra Wiener Philharmoniker Video Director Karina Fibich

    A production of ORF and UNITEL in co-production with CLASSICA


    Buchbinders Beethovena musical conversation between

    Rudolf Buchbinder and Joachim Kaiserlength 28'

    Cat. no. A05513481

    Video Director Christoph Engel

    A production of UNITEL

    Shot in HDTV 1080

    No other pianist plays Beethoven in such a supremely classic manner and at such a high level, writes Viennas Kurier about Rudolf Buchbinders performance of all five Beethoven piano concertos with the Wiener Philharmoniker. Buchbinder, who has given many cyclical performances of these works all over the world, performs here both as soloist and conductor.

    Buchbinders widely acclaimed technical perfection is coupled with a knowledge of compositional connections that results from his meticulous study of the original scores of the works he plays. this enables him to recognize the dilemmas hidden in often-played works and to offer new solutions. When this happens in conjunction with a master orchestra, the result is truly memorable, as Viennas Die Presse writes.

    Following the custom of concert practice in the classical era, Buchbinder directs the orchestra from his seat at the piano, often with only a slight motion of the hand or body. this affords a taut, electrically charged atmosphere, as well as an intimacy and transparence that are particularly well-suited to a filmed performance. the camera has brilliantly succeeded in capturing this unique feeling and in transporting it to the viewing public. We are lucky that this is being documented [on film], writes Die Presse, since the Viennese musician has reached a new high point in his career.

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