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Florilegium

London Symphonies Vol. 1

  • Type SACD
  • Label Channel Classics
  • UPC 0723385196037
  • Catalog number CCS 19603
  • Release date 28 April 2003
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"Mr. Salomon having taken a journey to Vienna purposely to engage the celebrated Haydn, Chapel-Master to his present Highness Prince Esterhzy, to come to England, most respectfully aquaints the Nobility and the Gentry that he has actually signed an agreement with Mr. Haydn. (They) hope to be in London before the end of December, when Mr. Salomon will have the honour of submitting to the Publick a Plan of a Subscription Concert, which he flatters himself will meet with its Approbation and Encouragement." (Morning Chronicle, Dec. 29th 1790) This announcement heralded one of historys most successful musical coups. The violinist, composer and impresario Johann Peter Salomon (1745-1815) managed to secure a visit to London from one of Europes most revered composers. The arrangement promised gain to all involved: Haydn was to receive the princely sum of 1200 pounds (far exceeding any of his previous earnings); Salomon was to put on an eagerly awaited series of concerts in the Hannover Square Rooms featuring Haydns latest works; and the public was to be presented with the pinnacle of Haydns symphonic oeuvre - the 12 London Symphonies. Salomons timing in securing this accord was impeccable. Haydns patron of 29 years, Prince Nicolaus von Exterhzy had died earlier in the year, and his less artistically inclined son, Anton, duly sacked the court orchestra, pensioning off the 58 year old Kapelmeister. In contrast "Haydn is quite extraordinarily popular here. His Ouvertures and Symphonies are constantly performed" wrote the London correspondent of the German Journal des Luxus und der Moden....

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    Symphony no. 93 in D Adagio - Allegro assai
     
    07:41
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    Symphony no. 93 in D Largo cantabile
     
    05:28
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    Symphony no. 93 in D Menuetto e trio
     
    04:37
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    Symphony no. 93 in D Finale: Presto ma non troppo
     
    05:19
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    Symphony no.94 in G Adagio - Vivace assai
     
    07:48
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    Symphony no.94 in G Andante
     
    06:20
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    Symphony no.94 in G Menuetto e Trio
     
    03:47
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    Symphony no.94 in G Finale: Allegro di molto
     
    04:10
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    Symphony no. 101 in D Adagio - Presto
     
    08:14
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    Symphony no. 101 in D Andante 192
     
    07:54
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    Symphony no. 101 in D Menuetto e Trio
     
    06:08
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    Symphony no. 101 in D Finale: Vivace
     
    04:54

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