The partnership of Dong-Suk Kang, Maria Kliegel and Jenő Jandó may not be familiar, but is none of the less formidable. All three are accomplished soloists. Béla Drahos draws clean-cut, consistently alert playing from the orchestra, more crisply detailed than in most versions. Beethoven’s piano version of the Violin Concerto makes an apt and exceptionally generous coupling. Jenő Jandó uses his artistry to minimize any ungainliness in the piano-writing, articulating as cleanly and crisply as he does in the Triple Concerto.