Jandó, with Concentus Hungarious under Andras Ligeti, has begun a complete Mozart Piano Concerto cycle, and the first two issues could not be more encouraging. He points rhythms delectably to make such movements as the finale of K.271 in E flat as exhilarating as I have ever known it, hectically fast but never breathless. Though Jandó's readings may not have the individuality of a Brendel or a Barenboim, they have a concertration and freshness which, never distracting you from Beethoven, is equally satisfying. They also have fuller, more faithful sound.
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