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Haydn : Symphony 85 (& works by Rigel, Sarti, J.C. Bach)

Sandrine Piau - Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin

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Haydn : Symphony 85 (& works by Rigel, Sarti, J.C. Bach)

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Symphony No. 4 in C minor Op. 12 (Henri Joseph Rigel)

1
I. Allegro assai
00:06:57

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Conductor - Henri Joseph Rigel, Composer

2016 Little Tribeca Aparté - Les idées heureuses 2016

2
II. Largo non troppo
00:03:08

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Conductor - Henri Joseph Rigel, Composer

2016 Little Tribeca Aparté - Les idées heureuses 2016

3
III. Allegro spiritoso
00:04:57

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Conductor - Henri Joseph Rigel, Composer

2016 Little Tribeca Aparté - Les idées heureuses 2016

Didone Abbandonata (Giuseppe Sarti)

4
"Io d'amore oh Dio mi moro" (Selena)
00:10:51

Sandrine Piau, Soprano - Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Conductor - Giuseppe Sarti, Composer

2016 Little Tribeca Aparté - Les idées heureuses 2016

Endimione, W.G 15 (Johann Christian Bach)

5
"Semplicetto, ancor non sai" (Diana)
00:10:38

Sandrine Piau, Soprano - Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Conductor - Johann Christian Bach, Composer

2016 Little Tribeca Aparté - Les idées heureuses 2016

Symphony No. 85 in B flat major, H. 1/85 "La Reine" (Joseph Haydn)

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I. Adagio. Vivace cantabile
00:10:20

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Conductor - Joseph Haydn, Composer

2016 Little Tribeca Aparté - Les idées heureuses 2016

7
II. Romanza. Allegretto
00:06:13

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Conductor - Joseph Haydn, Composer

2016 Little Tribeca Aparté - Les idées heureuses 2016

8
III. Menuetto. Allegretto
00:03:33

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Conductor - Joseph Haydn, Composer

2016 Little Tribeca Aparté - Les idées heureuses 2016

9
IV. Finale. Presto
00:03:09

Le Concert de la Loge - Julien Chauvin, Conductor - Joseph Haydn, Composer

2016 Little Tribeca Aparté - Les idées heureuses 2016

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