Haydn, Pleyel, Süßmayr


Concilium musicum Wien
on period instruments

leader and viola: Christoph Angerer
conductor and violin: Paul Angerer

 

sound samples
reviews
works


order no. CCD 422
EAN 4028183004222

about this recording:
This third CD with the Concilium musicum Vienna in the series of live recordings from the Marble Hall of the Austrian Academy of the Sciences (formerly the Old University) also includes, besides Joseph Haydn’s well-known Symphony no. 85 “La Reine,” premiere recordings: The Sinfonia concertante for violin, viola, and orchestra as well as the Symphony in C Major by Franz Xaver Süssmayr with its surprising variations in the slow movement.
Paul Angerer conducts his orchestra, playing on original instruments, with a steady hand, and the listener additionally experiences the immediacy of this live recording.
sound samples (mp3):
Haydn, La Reine, Adagio/Vivace - Pleyel, Sinfonie Concertante, Allegro - Süßmayr, Sinfonie C-Dur, Allegro
reviews:
works:
Joseph Haydn:Sinfonie B-Dur Nr. 85, „La Reine“ (1785/ 86)
Ignaz Pleyel: Sinfonie concertante für Violine und Viola, op. 35
Franz Xaver Süßmayr: Sinfonie in C-Dur
Zugabe: W. A. Mozart: aus „6 Deutsche Tänze“ KV 571: 11 Nr. 1, Nr. 6 und Coda

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