Notes & Reviews:
Although Franz Joseph Haydn is deservedly recognized as one of the most important Classical period composers, his concertos are, on the whole, relatively neglected compared to those of Mozart and Beethoven. This comprehensive 7CD collection brings together his entire concerto oeuvre, including comparative rarities such as the Lira (an obsolete organ-related instrument) Concertos and the Flötenuhr Suites that Haydn wrote for musical clocks. Booklet includes liner notes on the concertos.
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Albinoni: Trattenimenti Armonici, Op. 6 for violin, cello and instrumental ensemble / Giorgio Tosi, violin; Marlise Goidanich, cello; Carlo Centemeri, organ
Meyerbeer: Overtures and Entr'actes from the French Operas / New Zealand SO, Darrell Ang
Pergolesi: Cantatas and Concertos / Valentina Varriale, Mauro Borgioni, Mauro Squillante, Renato Criscuolo
Anton Rubinstein: The Piano Quartets / Leslie Howard, piano; Rita Manning, violin; Morgan Goff, viola, Justin Pearson, cello
Nicolaus Bruhns (1665-1697): Complete Organ Music / Adriano Falcioni, organ
Marco Dall'Aquila (1480-1544): Music for Lute / Sandro Volta
Eugen d'Albert: Cinderella Suite; The Little Mermaid; Overtures / Viktorija Kaminskaite, soprano; Jun Markl
Viaggio Musicale - Italian Music of the 17th Century: Castello, Cima, Fontana, Marini, Merula, Monteverdi, Piccinini, Rossi, Uccellini et al. /
From Spain to Eternity - The Sacred Polyphony of El Greco's Toledo: Lobo, de Morales, Guerrero, Tejeda / Ens. Plus Ultra