This new disc on Phoenix Edition is a compilation of one of the most famous symphonies by Joseph Haydn, the “Oxford Symphony” No. 92 and other less popular works.
By recording of one of Haydn’s late Symphonies, which is usually performed by large symphony orchestras, the audience is directly presented with the differences and benefits of historical performance practice. By recording less known works such as the two solo cantatas, the traditional assignment of the Cappella was fulfilled, which was to uncover neglected treasures of music history and bring them out into the open.
Marilyn Schmiege (mezzosoprano), Ingrid Seifert (violin),
Cappella Coloniensis, Hans-Martin Linde (1-9) Ferdinand Leitner (10-13)
Contents and Reviews
Contents1-4 Scena Di Berenice
Cantata for soprano and orchestra Hob. XXIVa:10
5-6 MiserI Noi, Misera Patria
Cantata for soprano and orchestra Hob. XXIVa:7
7-9 Concerto No.4 in G Major for violin, strings and basso continuo Hob. VIIa:4
10-13 Symphony No. 92 in G Major “Oxford” Hob. I:92
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