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An elegant reading of the ninth concerto, directed from the keyboard with real flair and a convincing ‘period’ feel, follows one of Mozart’s neglected masterpieces, the D major symphony. Greilsammer’s project is to present the composer ‘in between’ his youthful exuberance and mature mastery, a project that would have succeeded without the ten-minute work commissioned from Denis Schuler, sitting uncomfortably on a disc to which it adds nothing.

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