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Franz Joseph Haydn, Thomas Fey, Heidelberger Sinfoniker

Symphonies Nos. 26 Lamentatione, 27, 42 (Volume 19)

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Title   Duration
1.1 Sinfonia No. 26 D Minor Hob. I:26 (Lamentatione) I. Allegro assai
04:06
1.2 Sinfonia No. 26 D Minor Hob. I:26 (Lamentatione) II. Adagio
09:49
1.3 Sinfonia No. 26 D Minor Hob. I:26 (Lamentatione) III. Menuet
04:42
1.4 Sinfonia No. 27 G Major Hob. I:27 I. Allegro molto
05:54
1.5 Sinfonia No. 27 G Major Hob. I:27 II. Andante: Siciliano
05:02
1.6 Sinfonia No. 27 G Major Hob. I:27 III. Finale. Presto
02:20
1.7 Sinfonia No. 42 D Major Hob. I:42 I. Moderato e maestoso
13:04
1.8 Sinfonia No. 42 D Major Hob. I:42 II. Andantino e cantabile
13:22
1.9 Sinfonia No. 42 D Major Hob. I:42 III. Menuet. Allegretto
04:29
1.10 Sinfonia No. 42 D Major Hob. I:42 IV. Finale. Scherzando e presto
03:45
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SCM Hänssler
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 Joseph Haydn Sinfonien
Art.-No.:
098.005.000
Compact Disc
16 S. Booklet
Duration:
 1:06 hrs.
January 2013

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The recording of the complete symphonies of Joseph Haydn by the Heidelberg Sinfoniker under Thomas Fey continues with undiminished quality in their latest installment: vol. 19 contains the symphony no. 26 in D minor of 1768, better known under the nickname "La Lamentatione", together with no. 27 in G major from the ten years earlier and symphony no. 42 in D major from 1771 - a sunny, care-free score, inspired by the Italian opera buffa.

While played on modern instruments, these are historically informed performances, distinguished by crisp tempos and well-thought out cantilenas and with all her wit and charm and 'Sturm und Drang' that befits them.

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involved persons

  1. Franz Joseph Haydn (Composer)
  2. Thomas Fey (Conductor)
  3. Heidelberger Sinfoniker (Orchestra)