Haydn, Cologne Chamber Orchestra, Helmut Müller-Brühl - Symphonies Vol. 18 (Nos. 80, 81 And 99) download album
HAYDN: Symphonies, Vol. 18 (Nos. 80, 81, 99). ℗ 1997 Naxos. Conductor: Helmut Muller-Bruhl Orchestra: Cologne Chamber Orchestra Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn. Auto-generated by YouTube.
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Symphony No. 80 In D Minor.
Album · 1997 · 12 Songs. 1. Symphony No. 80 in D minor, Ho. :80: I. Allegro sprituoso. 2. :80: II. Adagio. 3. :80: III. Menuetto.
Haydn: Symphonies, Vo. 8; No. 0, 81, 99. Cologne Chamber Orchestra Orchestra, Helmut Müller-Brühl Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 12 Length: 1:11:14. Haydn: Symphonies No. 5 'Farewell' and 81. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Haydn: 12 Londoner Symphonien. Berliner Philharmoniker. Haydn: The London Symohonies, Vo. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
Helmut Muller-Bruhl conducts the Cologne Chamber Orchestra in volume 18 of Naxos's admirable project of recording the complete Haydn symphonies performed by a variety of conductors and orchestras. The performances here, especially of the 99th symphony, do not reach the level of some other recordings. But they are nicely and more that adequately done and will introduce the listener to some neglected Haydn
Haydn: Symphonies Nos. 54, 56 & 57. 1997. 80 In D Minor, H1: I. Your browser does not support the audio element. 80 In D Minor, H1: II. Allergo Spiritoso. 80 In D Minor, H1: III. Menuetto e Trio.
By Cologne Chamber Orchestra, Helmut Muller-Bruhl. Adagio - Franz Joseph Haydn, 7:460:30. Allergo spiritoso - Franz Joseph Haydn, 5:520:30. Menuetto e Trio - Franz Joseph Haydn, 3:080:30. More Cologne Chamber Orchestra. Listen to Haydn: Symphony Nos. 80 & 99 - Mozart: Symphony Nos. 34 & 36 "Linz Symphony" now. 34 & 36 "Linz Symphony" in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Helmut Müller-Brühl leads the Cologne Chamber Orchestra in three organ concerti and two for harpsichord; Harald Hoeren performs as soloist in the organ works, whereas Ketil Haugsand takes on the harpsichord ones. As the first three pieces all date from a time before Haydn accepted his post as kapellmeister for the Esterházy court, and the Concerto in F major only from shortly thereafter, the disc forms a nice, potted glimpse of Haydn's musical style in its earliest days. About the only thing that could have been better is that the sonic relationship between Hoeren's organ and Müller-Brühl's band is occasionally at a disadvantage, and this is a little unusual in that the harpsichord is the instrument that usually suffers in such quarters, but not here; the harpsichord sounds fine.
|Symphony No. 80 In D Minor||(22:10)|
|Symphony No. 81 In G Major||(24:24)|
|Finale: Allegro, Ma Non Troppo||4:42|
|Symphony No. 99 In E Flat Major||(24:28)|
|Adagio - Vivace Assai||8:28|
|8.554110||Haydn*, Cologne Chamber Orchestra*, Helmut Müller-Brühl||Haydn*, Cologne Chamber Orchestra*, Helmut Müller-Brühl - Symphonies Vol. 18 (Nos. 80, 81 And 99) (CD, Album)||Naxos||8.554110||Europe||1997|
|8.554110||Haydn* - Cologne Chamber Orchestra*, Helmut Müller-Brühl||Haydn* - Cologne Chamber Orchestra*, Helmut Müller-Brühl - Symphonies Vol. 18 (Nos. 80, 81 And 99) (CD, Album)||Naxos||8.554110||US||1997|