Notes & Reviews:
The recorded repertoire of Ferenc Fricsay (1914-1962) is a piece of history: not surprisingly, he won many awards for his recordings. Despite his early death, he was able to preserve over 200 interpretations of classical works for posterity, especially with "his" orchestra, the R.I.A.S. Symphony. He was also closely associated with the Cologne Radio Symphony in the early 1950s through an intensive collaboration, resulting in this recording of Symphonies 44 and 98 of Haydn. A conductor who was also a pioneer in the field of recording production, Fricsay made an important contribution to the further development of the medium in post-war Germany.
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Works DetailsHaydn, Franz Joseph : Symphony no 44 in E minor, H 1 no 44 "Trauer"
- Conductor: Ferenc Fricsay
- Ensemble: Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra
- Period Time: Classical
- Form: Orchestral
- Written: by 1772