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Haydn : Symphonies Nos. 44-49

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim

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Fiery accounts of six symphonies from Haydn’s ‘Sturm und Drang’ period


Daniel Barenboim had been conducting the English Chamber Orchestra for 20 years when he made the first of the three Deutsche Grammophon LPs newly remastered and compiled on this Eloquence twofer. The familiarity tells in the crisp and dynamic response of the ECO to Barenboim’s elegant and idiomatic leadership. Without recourse to the bright and individuated instrumental textures of period instruments – a performing philosophy he has always shunned – Barenboim vividly outlines the knife-edge drama of the ‘Trauer’ Symphony (No.44), the horn-led festivity of the piece dedicated to the 'Empress Maria Theresia (No.48)' and the unpredictable twists and turns of the ‘Farewell’ (No.45).
Deprived of memorable nicknames, Nos. 46 and 47 have never achieved the renown of the other four symphonies composed around the turn of the 1770s, yet Barenboim is alive to their revolutionary qualities. Haydn was no hide-bound conservative but one of music’s great innovators and experimenters, exemplified by the palindromic ingenuity of No.47’s Minuet and Trio and the subtle, proto-Minimalist rhythmic patterning of the symphony’s not-so-slow movement.
While Barenboim has since become renowned for his broadly conceived interpretations of Bruckner and Wagner, the forward drive and relentless energy of No.49 (‘La Passione’) belong in spirit to the early recordings of Mozart concertos and Beethoven sonatas that propelled him to international fame as a prodigiously gifted young musician. Made in studio sessions in 1975 and 1978 in Edinburgh and London, these recordings combine the best of ‘old’ and ‘new’ approaches to Papa Haydn at his least Papa-like. (© Decca Music Group Limited / Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd.)


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Haydn : Symphonies Nos. 44-49

Daniel Barenboim

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Symphony in E minor, H.I No.44 -"Mourning" (Joseph Haydn)

1
1. Allegro con brio
00:06:16

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Manfred Bartel, Editor

℗ 1976 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

2
2. Menuetto (Allegretto) - Canone in Diapason
00:05:24

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Manfred Bartel, Editor

℗ 1976 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

3
3. Adagio
00:06:29

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Manfred Bartel, Editor

℗ 1976 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

4
4. Finale (Presto)
00:03:46

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Manfred Bartel, Editor

℗ 1976 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Symphony in F sharp minor, H.I No.45 -"Farewell" (Joseph Haydn)

5
1. Allegro assai
00:05:32

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer - H.C. Robbins Landon, Work Editor

℗ 1979 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

6
2. Adagio
00:07:32

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer - H.C. Robbins Landon, Work Editor

℗ 1979 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

7
3. Menuet (Allegretto)
00:04:02

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer - H.C. Robbins Landon, Work Editor

℗ 1979 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

8
4. Finale (Presto - Adagio)
00:07:55

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer - H.C. Robbins Landon, Work Editor

℗ 1979 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Symphony No.46 in B Major, Hob.I:46 (Joseph Haydn)

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1. Vivace
00:05:49

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Gernot Westhäuser, Editor

℗ 1981 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

10
2. Poco adagio
00:05:04

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Gernot Westhäuser, Editor

℗ 1981 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

11
3. Menuet. Allegretto
00:03:05

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Gernot Westhäuser, Editor

℗ 1981 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

12
4. Finale. Presto e scherzando
00:04:35

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Gernot Westhäuser, Editor

℗ 1981 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Symphony No.47 in G Major, Hob.I:47 (Joseph Haydn)

13
1. (Allegro)
00:05:58

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Klaus Behrens, Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer

℗ 1981 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

14
2. Un poco adagio
00:08:14

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Klaus Behrens, Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer

℗ 1981 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

15
3. Menuet al Roverso
00:02:30

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Klaus Behrens, Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer

℗ 1981 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

16
4. Finale (Presto assai)
00:04:48

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Klaus Behrens, Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer

℗ 1981 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Symphony in C, H.I No.48 -"Maria Theresia" (Joseph Haydn)

17
1. Allegro
00:07:54

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer

℗ 1979 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

18
2. Adagio
00:06:45

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer

℗ 1979 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

19
3. Menuet (Allegretto)
00:04:46

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer

℗ 1979 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

20
4. Finale. Allegro
00:03:11

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Gunter Breest, Executive Producer - Wolfgang Stengel, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Rainer Höpfner, Recording Engineer

℗ 1979 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Symphony in F minor, H.I No.49 -"La passione" (Joseph Haydn)

21
1. Adagio
00:07:26

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Manfred Bartel, Editor

℗ 1976 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

22
2. Allegro di molto
00:04:24

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Manfred Bartel, Editor

℗ 1976 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

23
3. Menuet
00:05:01

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Manfred Bartel, Editor

℗ 1976 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

24
4. Finale (Presto)
00:02:16

English Chamber Orchestra - Daniel Barenboim, Conductor - Franz Joseph Haydn, Composer - Guenther Breest, Executive Producer - Hans Weber, Recording Producer - Hans-Peter Schweigmann, Balance Engineer - Joachim Niss, Recording Engineer - Manfred Bartel, Editor

℗ 1976 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

Descriptif de l'album


Fiery accounts of six symphonies from Haydn’s ‘Sturm und Drang’ period


Daniel Barenboim had been conducting the English Chamber Orchestra for 20 years when he made the first of the three Deutsche Grammophon LPs newly remastered and compiled on this Eloquence twofer. The familiarity tells in the crisp and dynamic response of the ECO to Barenboim’s elegant and idiomatic leadership. Without recourse to the bright and individuated instrumental textures of period instruments – a performing philosophy he has always shunned – Barenboim vividly outlines the knife-edge drama of the ‘Trauer’ Symphony (No.44), the horn-led festivity of the piece dedicated to the 'Empress Maria Theresia (No.48)' and the unpredictable twists and turns of the ‘Farewell’ (No.45).
Deprived of memorable nicknames, Nos. 46 and 47 have never achieved the renown of the other four symphonies composed around the turn of the 1770s, yet Barenboim is alive to their revolutionary qualities. Haydn was no hide-bound conservative but one of music’s great innovators and experimenters, exemplified by the palindromic ingenuity of No.47’s Minuet and Trio and the subtle, proto-Minimalist rhythmic patterning of the symphony’s not-so-slow movement.
While Barenboim has since become renowned for his broadly conceived interpretations of Bruckner and Wagner, the forward drive and relentless energy of No.49 (‘La Passione’) belong in spirit to the early recordings of Mozart concertos and Beethoven sonatas that propelled him to international fame as a prodigiously gifted young musician. Made in studio sessions in 1975 and 1978 in Edinburgh and London, these recordings combine the best of ‘old’ and ‘new’ approaches to Papa Haydn at his least Papa-like. (© Decca Music Group Limited / Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd.)


Détails de l'enregistrement original : Recordings : George Watson’s College, Edinburgh, Scotland, 4 September 1975 (Nos. 44, 49), 5 September 1975 (No. 46); Henry Wood Hall, London, UK, 23 & 25 March 1978 (Nos. 45, 48), 24 March 1978 (No. 47)

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