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Joseph Haydn - The Hanover Band, Roy Goodman - Symphony No 76 In E Flat Major / Symphony No 77 In B Flat Major / Symphony No 78 In C Minor album

Joseph Haydn - The Hanover Band, Roy Goodman - Symphony No 76 In E Flat Major / Symphony No 77 In B Flat Major / Symphony No 78 In C Minor album Performer: Joseph Haydn
Title: Symphony No 76 In E Flat Major / Symphony No 77 In B Flat Major / Symphony No 78 In C Minor
Style: Classical
Date of release: 1991
Country: Europe
Size MP3: 1704 mb
Size FLAC: 1142 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: MP3 AA AUD AIFF XM MIDI AAC

Symphony N. 2 in E-flat major. symphonie nº 22; Symphony No. 22; Symfonie nr. 22; Symfoni nr. 22 av Haydn; Simfonia núm. 22 (Haydn); 22. Sinfonie; 交響曲第22番 (ハイドン); Sinfonía . 22 (Haydn); Sinfonia n. 22; Симфония № 22; Symfoni nr. 22; Giao hưởng số 22; 교향곡 22번. Name Aliases. Ho. :78 Symphony N. 8 in C minor.

Brahms's first symphony and first string quartet were composed in C minor; these were both genres with which Beethoven was closely associated during Brahms's lifetime. One of them is by Joseph Martin Kraus, but he appears to have found the key difficult since he later rewrote it in C minor. Even in the following two centuries, C-sharp minor symphonies remained rare. Two notable examples are the first movement of Mahler's Symphony No. 5) and Prokofiev's Symphony No. 7. This key occurs more often in piano literature from the 18th century onwards. Domenico Scarlatti wrote just two keyboard sonatas in C-sharp minor, K. 246 and K. 247.

Andante Sostenuto' by Joseph Haydn has a tempo of 86 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Symphony no. 76 in E-flat major, Symphony no. 77 in B-flat major, Symphony no. 78 in C minor'. Cello Concerto No. 2 in D major: Adagio. Cello Concertos (La Petite Bande feat. The Creation, Hob. XXI:2: Part I, I. Recitative "Im Anfange shuf Gott Himmel und Erde" (Raphael), Chorus "Und der Geist Gottes schwebte auf der Fläche der Wasser" (Uriel). BBC Music, Volume 10, Number 4: The Creation: Part I, Part II, Scene I. Symphony No. 94, "Surprise": II. Andante. Classical Haydn: Symphony No. 94, "Surprise"; Symphony No. 100, "Military" (London Festival Orchestra).

There are 106 symphonies by the classical composer Joseph Haydn (1732–1809). In the subsequent decades, numerous inaccuracies in the chronology (especially in the lower numbers) were found, but the Mandyczewski numbers were so widely used that when Anthony van Hoboken compiled his catalogue of Haydn's. works, he incorporated the Mandyczewski number into Catalogue I (. 78 in C minor (1782). Also, in 1990, another attempt at a complete Haydn cycle on period instruments began with the Hanover Band led from the keyboard by Roy Goodman for Hyperion Records. Unfortunately, after releasing 57 symphonies on 17 CDs, this project ran out of funds in 1994.

Symphony 76 is the triumph of craftsmanship over inspiration but it is still very listenable all the same. Its successor, Number 77 in B Flat, is a bona fide dud; Haydn must have been on autopilot when he excreted it. The star of the troika is Haydn's second last symphony in C Minor, No. 78. While it may lack the wildness of his Sturm und Drang excursions, its declamatory bursts of anger are compensation enough

Symphony No. 76 in E flat major, H. 1/76. 78 in C minor, H. 1/78.

The Symphony no. 77 in Bb, Hob. 1/77, is a work by Joseph Haydn completed in 1782. The finale movement here is by most agreed to be the Haydn's first use of the sonata rondo form. In 1782, almost a decade before Haydn composed the first of his famous London symphonies, he composed a trio of symphonies – 76, 77 and 78 – for a trip to London which fell through. Haydn wrote the following to his Paris music publisher Boyer, who wanted exclusive rights over them, but Haydn refused more The Symphony no. Haydn wrote the following to his Paris music publisher Boyer, who wanted exclusive rights over them, but Haydn refused.

Tracklist

Symphony No 76 In E Flat Major (26:10)
1 Allegro 7:51
2 Adagio, Ma Non Troppo 8:17
3 Menuet (Allegretto) 2:52
4 Finale: Allegro, Ma Non Troppo 7:01
Symphony No 77 In B Flat Major (21:14)
5 Vivace 8:10
6 Andante Sostenuto 5:07
7 Menuetto: Allegro 2:24
8 Finale: Allegro Spiritoso 5:23
Symphony No 78 In C Minor (23:24)
9 Vivace 7:10
10 Adagio 8:45
11 Menuetto: Allegretto 3:33
12 Finale: Presto 3:45

Credits

  • Composed By – Joseph Haydn
  • Conductor, Harpsichord – Roy Goodman
  • Design – Terry Shannon
  • Engineer – Tony Faulkner
  • Executive-Producer – Cecile Kelly, Edward Perry
  • Leader [Of Orchestra] – Pavlo Beznosiuk
  • Liner Notes – Matthew Rye
  • Orchestra – The Hanover Band*
  • Producer – Martin Compton

Notes

Recorded June 1991.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 034571165257

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDH55122 Joseph Haydn, Hanover Band, Roy Goodman Joseph Haydn, Hanover Band, Roy Goodman - Symphonies Nos. 76, 77, 78 ‎(CD, RE) Helios CDH55122 Europe 2002