The symphonies : nos. 17-33

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dc.contributor.other Joseph Haydn es
dc.contributor.other Antal Dorati es
dc.contributor.other Philharmonia Hungarica es
dc.coverage.spatial St. Bonifatius Kirche, Marl, Germany es
dc.date.accessioned 2012-07-29T01:23:54Z
dc.date.available 2012-07-29T01:23:54Z
dc.date.copyright 1973 es
dc.date.issued 2012-07-28
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1710
dc.description.abstract Out of the formidable list of 104 Haydn symphonies there are eighteen which constitute the best and most mature of his orchestral creations---six Paris Symphonies and the twelve English ones which he composed during his two sojourns in London; and it is upon these that his fame as creator of the first Master-Symphonies rests. Those which sprang from his early period were written with more speed than reflection, no doubt, usually a half-dozen at a time; but they all contain some original and lovely touches, which reveal the rare genius of the youth; and are a foretaste of the choicer fruits of his maturer years. The quaint titles of many of his early Symphonies (the first forty, from 1759 to 1770) imply a disposition on Haydn's part to adopt some poetic and dramatic basis for the work. Thus we encounter: Le Midi, Le Matin, Le Soir (closing with a thunderstorm), Philosopher, Absentminded, Farewell (or "Candle" Symphony), Schoolmaster, fire, La Chasse, L'Ours, Children's Symphony, and many others. This descriptive tendency, however, is not to be taken seriously; it does not detract in the slightest degree from the seriousness with which Haydn prosecuted his art---notwithstanding the utterly unconquerable buoyancy and cheerfulness of his temperament. It may be accounted for largely as a transient concession to the widespread custom of the day (compare the titles of many of the harpsichord compositions of Couperin, Rameau, Kuhnau, etc.) And, in any event, it afforded Haydn an effective means of fathoming the powers of tone from this natural angle. It must be admitted that the music of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach already presages many of the excellent traits that are so abundant and distinctive in that of Haydn, and this would account for Haydn's veneration of him. What immense influence the imposing works of the "great" Bach might have exerted upon Haydn's whole manner, had he known them, it is hard to determine. But these works, excepting the Well-Tempered Clavichord, were for many reasons only locally familiar to North German music lovers, and even there they were soon neglected, and might have been forgotten, but for the resurrection of the St. Matthew Passion, by Mendelssohn in 1829, which led to the restoration of much of the greatest music that has ever been penned. es
dc.description.tableofcontents CD4 No. 30 in C major: Alleluja; I Allegro, II Andante, III Tempo di munuet- Piú tosto allegretto -- No. 31 in D major: Hornsignal; I Allegro, II Adagio, III Menuetto e Trio, IV Moderato molto -- No. 32 in C major; I Allegro molto, II Menuetto e Trio, III Adagio ma nom troppo, IV Presto -- No. 33 in C major; I Vivace, II Andante, III Menuetto e Trio, IV Allegro -- es
dc.format.medium 1 CD-Rom. (72:54 min.) : Digital ; 4 3/4 plg. es
dc.language.iso en es
dc.rights Uninorte F.M.Estéreo es
dc.subject.lcc 23865919 es
dc.subject.lcsh Symphonies es
dc.title The symphonies : nos. 17-33 es
dc.title.alternative Philosopher es
dc.title.alternative Lamentatione es
dc.title.alternative Alleluja es
dc.title.alternative Hornsignal es
dc.language.rfc3066 eng es
dc.rights.holder The Decca Record Company Limited, London es
dc.identifier.classification 028942590526 es
dc.subject.cdu Ha.22 es


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2. Symphony No. 30 in C major- II Andante.mp3 4:19 3.946Mb Unknown mp3
3. Symphony No. ... , Piú tosto allegretto.mp3 4:21 3.978Mb Unknown mp3
4. Symphony No. 31 in D major- I Allegro.mp3 5:27 4.987Mb Unknown mp3
5. Symphony No. 31 in D major- II Adagio.mp3 6:44 6.149Mb Unknown mp3
6. Symphony No. ... r- III Menuetto e Trio.mp3 4:24 4.025Mb Unknown mp3
7. Symphony No. ... jor- IV Moderato molto.mp3 9:48 8.955Mb Unknown mp3
8. Symphony No. 32 in C major- I Allegro molto.mp3 3:39 3.332Mb Unknown mp3
9. Symphony No. ... or- II Menuetto e Trio.mp3 3:58 3.631Mb Unknown mp3
10. Symphony No ... I Adagio ma non troppo.mp3 5:37 5.136Mb Unknown mp3
11. Symphony No. 32 in C major- IV Presto.mp3 2:45 2.517Mb Unknown mp3
12. Symphony No. 33 in C major- I Vivace.mp3 4:31 4.133Mb Unknown mp3
13. Symphony No. 33 in C major- II Andante.mp3 7:05 6.480Mb Unknown mp3
14. Symphony No ... r- III Menuetto e Trio.mp3 2:59 2.723Mb Unknown mp3
15. Symphony No. 33 in C major- IV Allegro.mp3 2:54 2.652Mb Unknown mp3
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Symphony No. 31 in D major- Completo.wav 26:13 264.7Mb WAV audio wav
Symphony No. 32 in C major- Completo.wav 15:49 159.7Mb WAV audio wav
Symphony No. 33 in C major- Completo.wav 17:20 174.9Mb WAV audio wav
1. Symphony No. 30 in C major- I Allegro.mp3 3:47 3.464Mb Unknown mp3

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