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Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 2, Triple Concerto - Pires, Vogt, Nikolitch, Hugh, Haitink

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 2, Triple Concerto - Pires, Vogt, Nikolitch, Hugh, Haitink

LSO Live  LSO0745

Stereo/Multichannel Hybrid

Classical - Orchestral


Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 2*, Triple Concerto

Maria João Pires*, Lars Vogt (pianos)
Gordan Nikolitch (violin)
Tim Hugh (cello)
London Symphony Orchestra
Bernard Haitink (conductor)


LSO Live celebrates the 90th birthday of one of the conducting world’s greats, Bernard Haitink.

Few artists have a deeper understanding of the music of Beethoven than the celebrated Dutch conductor, who is known for his mastery of the great symphonic repertoire. This album focuses on Haitink's interpretations of Beethoven's concerto writing, coupling a new recording of Piano Concerto No 2 by Maria João Pires with a virtuosic performance of the Triple Concerto by Lars Vogt, Gordan Nikolitch and Tim Hugh, which was originally made alongside Haitink's now iconic cycle of the composer's complete symphonies.

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Recorded live 17 & 21 February 2013 (Piano Concerto No. 2; 16-17 November 2005 (Leonore Overture No. 2) and 26-27 November 2005 (Triple Concerto) at the Barbican Hall, London, United Kingdom, DSD 64fs

Producer: James Mallinson

Recording, editing and mastering facilities: Classic Sound Ltd

Re-mastering engineer: Jonathan Stokes (Classic Sound Ltd)

Recording engineer: Chris Roberts (Piano Concerto No. 2) (Classic Sound Ltd)

Balance engineer: Andrew Halifax (Classic Sound Ltd) (Piano Concerto No. 2)

Balance and mixing engineers: Jonathan Stokes and Neil Hutchinson (Classic Sound Ltd) (Triple Concerto & Leonore Overture No. 2)

Audio editing: Ian Watson and Jenni Whiteside (Classic Sound Ltd) (Triple Concerto & Leonore Overture No. 2); Neil Hutchinson and Jonathan Stokes (Piano Concerto No. 2)