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While the double-concerto format renders large-scale cadenzas impracticable, Staier’s fantasy-style cadenzas in the solo works are actually so elaborate that they threaten to overshadow the remainder. That said, the performances themselves are splendidly alert, and Staier is admirably expressive in the minor-mode passages that cast such long shadows over the G major Concerto. It’s unfortunate, though, that he plays the minor-mode middle section of the D major’s gypsy finale so much slower than the surrounding material that the unity of the piece is disrupted. In what’s still my favourite account of the piece, Emanuel Ax tears into this passage with such gusto that you can almost hear the roar of the campfire. But Staier’s well-recorded disc is one that can confidently be recommended. Misha Donat

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