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Haydn: Trios for Nicolaus Esterhazy - Baryton Trios Hob. XI:80, 85, 14, 97, 59, 96; Adagio in D major / Rincontro

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> Baryton Trio No. 80 in G Major, Hob.XI:80 - I. Moderato
> Baryton Trio No. 80 in G Major, Hob.XI:80 - II. Menuet - Trio
> Baryton Trio No. 80 in G Major, Hob.XI:80 - III. Finale: Presto
> Baryton Trio No. 85 in D Major, Hob.XI:85 - I. Adagio
> Baryton Trio No. 85 in D Major, Hob.XI:85 - II. Allegro
> Baryton Trio No. 85 in D Major, Hob.XI:85 - III. Menuet
> Baryton Trio No. 14 in D Major, Hob.XI:14 - I. Adagio
> Baryton Trio No. 14 in D Major, Hob.XI:14 - II. Allegro di molto
> Baryton Trio No. 14 in D Major, Hob.XI:14 - III. Menuet - Trio
> Baryton Trio No. 97 in D Major, Hob.XI:97 - I. Adagio cantabile
> Baryton Trio No. 97 in D Major, Hob.XI:97 - II. Allegro di molto
> Baryton Trio No. 97 in D Major, Hob.XI:97 - III. Menuet
> Baryton Trio No. 97 in D Major, Hob.XI:97 - IV. Polonaise
> Baryton Trio No. 97 in D Major, Hob.XI:97 - V. Adagio
> Baryton Trio No. 97 in D Major, Hob.XI:97 - VI. Menuet: Allegretto
> Baryton Trio No. 97 in D Major, Hob.XI:97 - VII. Finale: Fuga: Presto
> Baryton Trio No. 59 in G Major, Hob.XI:59 - I. Adagio
> Baryton Trio No. 59 in G Major, Hob.XI:59 - II. Allegro
> Baryton Trio No. 59 in G Major, Hob.XI:59 - III. Menuet: Poco allegretto
> Baryton Trio No. 96 in B Minor, Hob.XI:96 - I. Largo
> Baryton Trio No. 96 in B Minor, Hob.XI:96 - II. Allegro
> Baryton Trio No. 96 in B Minor, Hob.XI:96 - III. Menuetto
> Adagio cantabile in D Major, Hob.XI:D1 - Adagio cantabile in D Major Hob.XI:D1
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Notes & Reviews:

Mozart called him "Papa Haydn". And it is true that the influence of Joseph Haydn on Mozart's music was strong, as is true also of early Beethoven, to whom he dedicated his first piano sonatas. It is also true that the production of these two composers of genius has draped somewhat of a shadow over Haydn's work, even if it is just as great and unique. These six baryton trios are excellent examples of the unique, crucial work of the first composer of the "Viennese trinity".



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