Ensemble of the Classic Era. Haydn: Fortepiano Trios. 1. Adagio - Allegro spiritoso. Ensemble of the Classic Era. 7:47. 7:14. 9. 3. Menuetto (Allegretto). 4:50. 5:21. Track Listing - Disc 2.
Artist: Йозеф Гайдн, Ensemble of the Classic Era. Album: Haydn: Fortepiano Trios. Haydn: Fortepiano Trios: Best 2 songs. Ensemble of the Classic Era, Johann Peter Salomon, Йозеф Гайдн - Symphony No. 96 in D Major, "The Miracle": IV. Finale: Vivace 03:36. Ensemble of the Classic Era, Jan Ladislav Dussek, Йозеф Гайдн - Symphony No. 92 in G Major, Hob. I:92 "Oxford" (Arr. Jan Ladislav Dussek): I. Adagio – Allegro spiritoso 07:47. Ensemble of the Classic Era, Йозеф Гайдн: best 2 tracks. Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Catherine Manson, Ton Koopman, Йозеф Гайдн - Concerto for organ and violin in F Hob XVIII:6: Presto Haydn: Organ.
Haydn: Fortepiano Trios. XV:12: I. Allegro moderato Haydn: Fortepiano Trios, 2002 06:55. 94 in G Major, "The Surprise": IV. Finale: Allegro molto Haydn: Symphony No. 96, Symphony No. 94, Trio in A Major, 2009 03:52.
album: Haydn: Fortepiano Trios. Sonata No. 2 in B-flat Major, Wq 161 N. /H 578: II. Adagio ma non troppo. Symphony No. Jan Ladislav Dussek): III. Menuetto allegretto. Finale: Allegro molto.
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As champions of Haydn's trios, from Tovey onwards, have lamented, their conception as essentially accompanied piano sonatas, with the cello almost invariably doubling the keyboard bass, has deterred many groups from investigating their undoubted musical riches-though Charles Rosen has observed that when cellists can be persuaded to play one of the trios they are surprised to discover how interesting their parts. Haydn's most hilariously quixotic finales. The 14 trios of the 1790s, composed during and just after the second London sojourn, are so consistently inspired that it is almost invidious to cite individual works. They range from relaxed, intimate pieces like the E flat, No. 29, through the sombre, almost tragic F sharp minor, No. 26, to the C major, No. 27, unsurpassed in the whole series for its intellectual and virtuoso brilliance.
The piano trios of the Classical era, notably those of Haydn, are dominated by the piano part. The violin plays the melody only a certain amount of the time, and when it does, is often doubled by the piano. The cello part is very much subordinated, usually just doubling the bass line in the piano. It is thought that this practice was quite intentional on Haydn's part and was related to the sonority of the instruments of Haydn's day: the piano was fairly weak and "tinkling" in tone, and benefited from the tonal strengthening of other instruments
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|Symphony No.96 In D Major "The Miracle"
Arranged By – Johann Peter Salomon
|1||I. Adagio - Allegro||7:08|
|Symphony No.94 In G Major "Surprise"||(21:37)|
|5||I. Adagio - Vivace Assai||8:56|
|Trio In A Major, Op. 70 No.1 (Hob XV:18)||(18:55)|
|9||I. Allegro Moderato||11:00|
- Recorded At – Iwaki Auditorium, Melbourne
- Cello – Susan Blake
- Cover – Lucy Walker Design
- Engineer, Edited By – Jim Atkins
- Executive Producer – Robert Patterson
- Fortepiano – Geoffrey Lancaster
- Liner Notes – Graeme Skinner
- Producer – Peter Taplin
NotesRecorded: Iwaki Auditorium, ABC Southbank Centre, Melbourne 31/10 - 4/11 1995
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