German pianist Martin Helmchen continues his journey through Beethoven's piano concertos with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester and Andrew Manze. In the Third Concerto, published in 1804, Beethoven seems to be moving away from the Mozartian model and inaugurates his 'middle period,' using the minor mode to depict a distress and heartache that are certainly not unconnected with the famous 'Heiligenstadt Testament,' which he wrote in 1802 to record his growing deafness. Martin Helmchem is joined by two partners with whom he performs a great deal of chamber music- violinist Antje Weithaas and cellist Marie-Elisabeth Hecker- to record the Triple Concerto, also written during the composer's so-called 'heroic' period.
German pianist Martin Helmchen continues his journey through Beethoven's piano concertos with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester and Andrew Manze. In the Third Concerto, published in 1804, Beethoven seems to be moving away from the Mozartian model and inaugurates his 'middle period,' using the minor mode to depict a distress and heartache that are certainly not unconnected with the famous 'Heiligenstadt Testament,' which he wrote in 1802 to record his growing deafness. Martin Helmchem is joined by two partners with whom he performs a great deal of chamber music- violinist Antje Weithaas and cellist Marie-Elisabeth Hecker- to record the Triple Concerto, also written during the composer's so-called 'heroic' period.
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Rel. Date: 11/13/2020
UPC: 3760014196423

Piano Concerto 3
Artist: Beethoven / Manze
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German pianist Martin Helmchen continues his journey through Beethoven's piano concertos with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester and Andrew Manze. In the Third Concerto, published in 1804, Beethoven seems to be moving away from the Mozartian model and inaugurates his 'middle period,' using the minor mode to depict a distress and heartache that are certainly not unconnected with the famous 'Heiligenstadt Testament,' which he wrote in 1802 to record his growing deafness. Martin Helmchem is joined by two partners with whom he performs a great deal of chamber music- violinist Antje Weithaas and cellist Marie-Elisabeth Hecker- to record the Triple Concerto, also written during the composer's so-called 'heroic' period.