Mozart's fascination with romance and Anderson & Roe's infatuation with Mozart come together in a sonic whirl of intrigue, scandal, exhilaration and mischief. Featuring Mozart's own Sonata for Two Pianos and scintillating Mozart arrangements by his not-so-secret admirers, this kaleidoscopic collection of works reveals the composer's mastery of the opera, concerto, and sonata genres. The Anderson & Roe Piano Duo, hailed as "the most dynamic duo of their generation" (San Francisco Classical Voice), brings Mozart's musical dialogue to life in a flirtatious interplay of four hands at one and two pianos.  


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They play Mozart like nobody’s business: electrifying in its freshness and vitality. I don’t think I’ll ever hear [Mozart’s Sonata in D Major] played better.
— Audiophile Voice

Track Listing

Mozart/Busoni: Duettino concertante, based on the Finale of Piano Concerto in F major, K. 459
Mozart/Anderson & Roe: "Soave sia il vento" from Così fan tutte, K. 588
Mozart: Sonata in D major, K. 448
Mozart/Anderson & Roe: Grande Scherzo (based on the Finale to Act I from Così fan tutte, K. 588)
Mozart/Anderson & Roe: Chorale Prelude from Die Zauberflöte, K. 620
Mozart/Liszt: Réminiscences de Don Juan (a fantasy on themes from Don Giovanni, K. 527)
Mozart/Anderson & Roe: Ragtime alla Turca (based on the Rondo alla Turca, K. 331)



Totally delightful … unforgettable moments of heartbroken, bittersweet, eternal love … utterly poignant. It will change the lives of all who hear it, both for the music and the way it is played.
— Audiophile Audition
There is an overriding joy in their music-making. Couple that with incredible technical abilities, ensemble second to none, and, in their videos, a true sense of theatrical entertainment, and you have a positive look at the future of classical music performance. They do have it all, and any classical music lover owes it to himself to hear Anderson & Roe.
— American Record Guid