Haydn Edition | Brilliant Classics 95594BR

Haydn Edition

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Label: Brilliant Classics

Cat No: 95594BR

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 160

Release Date: 17th November 2017

Contents

Artists

Arleen Auger
Emma Kirkby
Federico Guglielmo
Bart van Oort
Riko Fukuda
Ursula Dutschler
Stanley Hoogland
Yoshiko Kojima
Esterhazy Ensemble
Van Swieten Trio
Haydn‐Trio Eisenstadt
Buchberger Quartet
L’Arte dell’Arco
Rebel Baroque Orchestra
Kammerchor Stuttgart
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Trinity Church Choir, New York
Chamber Choir of Europe
Esterhazy Chorus & Orchestra
Austro‐Hungarian Haydn Orchestra
Wiener Concert‐Verein
Philharmonia Orchestra

Artists

Arleen Auger
Emma Kirkby
Federico Guglielmo
Bart van Oort
Riko Fukuda
Ursula Dutschler
Stanley Hoogland
Yoshiko Kojima
Esterhazy Ensemble
Van Swieten Trio
Haydn‐Trio Eisenstadt
Buchberger Quartet
L’Arte dell’Arco
Rebel Baroque Orchestra
Kammerchor Stuttgart
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Trinity Church Choir, New York
Chamber Choir of Europe
Esterhazy Chorus & Orchestra
Austro‐Hungarian Haydn Orchestra
Wiener Concert‐Verein
Philharmonia Orchestra

About

The renowned French painter Jean Ingres proclaimed Haydn’s music to be the alpha and omega: ‘Whoever studies music, let his daily bread be Haydn … the first, who created everything, discovered everything, taught everything to the rest!’ Hailed as the father of both the symphony and the string quartet, Haydn was both pioneering and prolific.

This box is an update of Brilliant Classics’ acclaimed Haydn Edition, with an additional 10 CDs of content including classic performances of the Trumpet and Horn Concertos (Philharmonia Orchestra) and the Cello Concertos (Jan Vogler). The set of Haydn’s Masses is now complete, with renditions of the ‘Nelson’, ‘Creation’ and ‘Little Organ’ Masses and the Heilig‐ and Theresienmessen by New York’s Trinity Church Choir and Rebel Baroque Orchestra. Also new in this edition is Haydn’s final opera, L’anima del filosofo, performed by the Bavarian Radio Choir and Munich Radio Orchestra, along with world‐famous sopranos Arleen Auger and Emma Kirkby in Haydn’s Songs and Cantatas. The Buchberger String Quartet add to their already monumental catalogue of ‘Papa’ Haydn’s quartets with readings of Op.50/4–6, Op.54 and Op.76/4‐6, while Federico Guglielmo, Ginevra Petrucci et al. contribute new recordings of the duos for violin/viola and 2 flutes. Finally, all 8 of Haydn’s ingenious Nocturnes grace this updated box, as performed by the Wiener Concert‐Verein. As before, the complete keyboard works (including all sonatas) feature here in vibrant performances on fortepianos, the keyboard instrument of Haydn’s day.

Contents:
- Symphonies (complete)
- Piano, Violin, Organ, Trumpet, Horn, Cello and Lira Concertos
- Masses (complete) and Stabat Mater
- Oratorios
- Operas
- Folk Songs (complete)
- Songs and Cantatas
- Piano Trios (complete)
- String Quartets (complete)
- Chamber Music with Baryton
- Violin–Viola and Flute Duos
- Concertini and Divertimenti for Piano Trio
- Nocturnes
- Violin Sonatas
- Piano Sonatas and Keyboard Works (complete)

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