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…the remarkable thing is playing on the soundtrack that evening. And first of all in the orchestra pit. Attilio Cremonesi worked on the exciting score with the Vienna Bach Consort. Traetta could not have found a better lawyer than Cremonesi: the tempos swift but not hasty, a dynamic direction cleverly arranged down to the last detail, phrasing that comes as close as possible to human speech, and above all a sound that is still energetic in fine piano passages, which is particularly clear at places where tension has to be maintained. A tension that can literally be felt in this plastic sound that Cremonesi forms with his musicians.

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