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This page lists all recordings of Violin Concerto No. 2 in D major, K211 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-91).

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2 CDs

($18.00) $13.50

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Julia Fischer (violin)

Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, Yakov Kreizberg

SACD

$14.50

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Arthur Grumiaux (violin)

London Symphony Orchestra, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Colin Davis, Raymond Leppard

These performances of the five standard violin concertos, the Sinfonia concertante and a couple of other pieces were much admired when they came out on LP, and they continue to earn praise for... More…

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$13.25

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Nikolaj Znaider (violin & conductor)

London Symphony Orchestra

SACD

($10.00) $9.50

Due for release on 2nd Nov 2018

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2 CDs

$13.25

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17 CDs

($54.75) $35.75

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Giuliano Carmignola (violin), with Danusha Waskiewicz (viola)

Orchestra Mozart (on period instruments), Claudio Abbado

Complete technical fluidity, at the service of a lively musical imagination, backed up by some superbly shaped orchestral playing under Abbado. More…

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2 CDs

$22.50

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James Ehnes (violin)

Mozart Anniversary Orchestra

Though these are modern instrument performances they have a clarified quality that shows that Ehnes has been listening to, and has to an extent absorbed, the priorities of period instrument performance…an... More…

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Lawrence Power (viola)

UBS Verbier Festival Chamber Orchestra, Maxim Vengerov (violin and director)

In preparation for his first all-Mozart recording, Vengerov immersed himself in the composer's early operas in an attempt to make the melodic lines 'sing' more effectively, and there's no doubting... More…

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Simon Standage (violin)

The Academy of Ancient Music (on authentic instruments), Christopher Hogwood

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