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Outspoken Mendelssohn specialist; Roberto Prosseda releases the Piano Concertos Nos. 1&2

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In a ten-year project, pianist Roberto Prosseda recorded all of Mendelssohn's piano works for Decca and successfully presented them in concerts around the world during this period. Thus, the Italian pianist is regarded as an outspoken Mendelssohn specialist of our time, which can now be comprehended on the new download with the Mendelssohn piano works with orchestral accompaniment via this high-resolution digital medium.

Roberto Prosseda refrains from the swiftly performed first movement of the first piano concerto the sewing-machine-like quality, which enjoys gaining the upper hand in the competition. Crucial, however, is that he succeeds in bringing to light the deeply romantic approach of the concerto, which he fulminantly succeeds through emphatic, detailed design of the dynamics, through chiseling out the melody lines, lovingly designing of details and tastefully using Rubati. One of the decisive factors for the extraordinary interpretation of the pianist is the congenial participation of the conductor and orchestra. 

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