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Haydn 2032 Volume 7 - Gli Impresari
 
15,90 €
 
Formát:
CD
 
 
Dostupnosť:
7-14 dní
 
 
Katalógové číslo:
ALPHA 680
 
 
EAN kód:
3760014196805
 
 
Autori:
Joseph Haydn
 
 
Interpreti:
Basel Chamber Orchestra, Giovanni Antonini
 
 
Vydavateľ:
ALPHA
 
 
Zoznam skladieb
Haydn: Symphony No. 67 in F major
24:10

Giovanni Antonini, Basel Chamber Orchestra

I. Presto
5:45

II. Adagio
9:00

III. Menuet - Trio
2:10

IV. Finale. Allegro di molto - Adagio e cantabile - Allegro di molto
7:15

Mozart: Thamos, König in Egypten, K. 345 / 336A
17:26

Giovanni Antonini, Basel Chamber Orchestra

I. Maestoso - Allegro
4:52

II. Andante
4:57

III. Allegro - Allegretto (Melodrama)
2:44

IV. Allegro vivace assai
3:28

VIIA. [Allegro]
1:25

Haydn: Symphony No. 65 in F Major, Hob.I:65
20:18

Giovanni Antonini, Basel Chamber Orchestra

I. Vivace con spirito
7:32

II. Andante
5:22

III. Menuet
2:41

IV. Trio / Finale. Presto
4:43

Haydn: Symphony No. 9 in C major
11:01

Giovanni Antonini, Basel Chamber Orchestra

I. Allegro molto
4:07

II. Andante
4:25

III. Menuetto. Allegretto - Trio
2:29
Popis
Under the title Gli impresari, The Impresarios – i.e. the directors of the theatre troupes that Nikolaus I, Prince Esterházy engaged to perform in his opera houses – this CD gathers together some of the orchestral works by Joseph Haydn linked by their origin and their reception; they were originally conceived as theatre music, before their metamorphosis into symphonies(…). The period from 1772 onwards, when Karl Wahr was responsible for for the summer theatre programme at Esterháza, saw the peak of the multidisciplinary collaboration taking place between the court music directed by Haydn and companies engaged from outside. (…) At the end of 1775 and the beginning of 1776, while Joseph Haydn was occupied in transforming his music for Collé’s comedy into a symphony for concert performance, Karl Wahr was enjoying enormous success with his theatrical entertainments in the ballroom at the theatre in Salzburg. It was there, on 3 January 1776, that Thamos, King of Egypt was staged, a heroic drama whose choruses, musicologists now believe, were composed by none other than Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; for this Salzburg performance he also composed four instrumental entractes (recorded for this disc) as well as a melodrama and a Don Giovanni-esque descent into hell.
 
 
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