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Rosetti: Horn Concertos / Baborak, Moesus, et al

Album Summary

>Rosetti, Antonio : Concerto for Horn in E flat major, C43Q
>Rosetti, Antonio : Concerto for Horn in E major, C52/K 3
>Rosetti, Antonio : Concerto for Horn in E flat major, C40/K 3
>Rosetti, Antonio : Concerto for Horn in E flat major, C47/K 3
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Notes & Reviews:

Even though the more than 400 pieces that Rosetti wrote are characterized by imaginative instrumentation, original melody, and structural coherence - and although his slower movements already show the emotional world of the Romantic period - his music was practically forgotten after 1800. However, the guild of horn players has never quite forgotten about Rosetti's concertos for horn. Fourteen out of seventeen concerts for horn still exist, and of seven concertos for two horns, six remain.



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>Rosetti, Antonio : Concerto for Horn in E flat major, C43Q
  • Performer: Radek Baborák (Horn)
  • Conductor: Johannes Moesus
  • Ensemble: Bavarian Chamber Philharmonic
  • Notes: Studio 1, BR, Munich, Germany (11/12/2001-11/14/2001)
  • Running Time: 17 min. 4 sec.
  • Period Time: Classical

>Rosetti, Antonio : Concerto for Horn in E major, C52/K 3 :: 45
  • Performer: Radek Baborák (Horn)
  • Conductor: Johannes Moesus
  • Ensemble: Bavarian Chamber Philharmonic
  • Notes: Studio 1, BR, Munich, Germany (11/12/2001-11/14/2001)
  • Running Time: 20 min. 19 sec.
  • Period Time: Classical

>Rosetti, Antonio : Concerto for Horn in E flat major, C40/K 3 :: 35
  • Performer: Radek Baborák (Horn)
  • Conductor: Johannes Moesus
  • Ensemble: Bavarian Chamber Philharmonic
  • Notes: Studio 1, BR, Munich, Germany (11/12/2001-11/14/2001)
  • Running Time: 15 min. 12 sec.
  • Period Time: Classical

>Rosetti, Antonio : Concerto for Horn in E flat major, C47/K 3 :: 40
  • Performer: Radek Baborák (Horn)
  • Conductor: Johannes Moesus
  • Ensemble: Bavarian Chamber Philharmonic
  • Notes: Studio 1, BR, Munich, Germany (11/12/2001-11/14/2001)
  • Running Time: 14 min. 19 sec.
  • Period Time: Classical