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Review of Yondi – Mozart: The Salzburg Sonata Project

Review of Yondi – Mozart: The Salzburg Sonata Project

A win without a doubt: Mozart Yundi is driven by a burning desire to tell stories.

Lang Lang and Yundi (formerly Yundi Li) are often mentioned in the same time. If you listen to this album with Mozart's three sonatas (KV 310, 331, 457) and the Fantasia KV 475, you should definitely make the distinction. With this recording, Yeundi reveals an artistic development that cannot be seen in Lang Lang. Thanks to an exquisite touch, finely balanced with careful use of the pedals and, above all, thanks to a resolute rejection of anything deliberately extravagant, Yeundi is able to convince. We experience a Mozart driven by a passion for storytelling that we also know through his major theatrical works and concerts. Mozart who sometimes draws contrasts sharply, who sometimes manages a gentle transition within a few moments, who can overflow with energy and deliver a solitary eulogy. In this regard, this recording can undoubtedly be considered a win.

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Yondi

Yondi

Mozart – Salzburg Sonata Project
Mozart: Piano Sonatas No. 8 in A minor KV 330, No. 11 in A major KV 331 “Alla turca” and No. 14 in C minor KV 457, Fantasy in C minor KV 475

Yondi (piano)
Warner

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