There were times that I found the changes of tempo distracting, as in the Second Concerto which needed more energy and less thinking...
Don't get me wrong, Tetzlaff is magnificent here, but the whole release is let down at places by Ticciati's understated orchestral contribution.
Believe the hype and the accolades this release has received so far: this performance of the last three Beethoven sonatas is one for the ages.
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Furtwangler, Jochum and Knappertsbusch knew how to mould these phrases and how to adjust tempo relations, making their performances unique. Jansons follows suit.
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