Haydn Symphonies Nos. 22, 44, 64 Marco Boni & Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra

Cover Haydn Symphonies Nos. 22, 44, 64

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Label: PentaTone

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Orchestral

Artist: Marco Boni & Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra

Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)

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  • Symphony No. 44 in E minor Trauersymphonie / Mourning (Hoboken 1:44)
  • 1I. Allegro con brio06:33
  • 2II. Menuetto - Allegretto05:05
  • 3III. Adagio06:28
  • 4IV. Finale - Presto03:26
  • Symphony No. 22 in E flat major The Philosopher / Der Philosoph (Hoboken 1:22)
  • 5I. Adagio06:34
  • 6II. Presto03:57
  • 7III. Menuetto03:17
  • 8IV. Finale - Presto03:05
  • Symphony No. 64 in A major Tempora mutantur (Hoboken 1:64)
  • 9I. Allegro con spirito06:05
  • 10II. Largo05:37
  • 11III. Menuet - Allegretto02:38
  • 12IV. Finale - Presto02:56
  • Total Runtime55:41

Info for Haydn Symphonies Nos. 22, 44, 64

Tempora Mutantur? Where did that Haydn symphony nickname come from? The notes do say it is an apocryphal title. From Notre Dame University’s handy Latin translation web site I get that it either means “a change in the weather” or “don’t get your knickers in a twist.” (However, the instructions did say “enter words, press Enter, cross your fingers.”) Well, Haydn had a good sense of humor, so…

The Philosopher Symphony demonstrates this in its examples of the composer playing around with the “surprise” element which he put to such good use later on. The early work is structured similarly to a church sonata and it was the first symphony in which Haydn used the English horn. No. 44 is considered one of his Sturm-und-Drang symphonies, with the use of minor keys, extreme dynamic contrasts, large intervals and other dramatic touches. The 64th is not frequently heard because it is part of a group of about 20 symphonies which are overshadowed by the less conventional symphonies nos. 45 thru 47 and the later Paris Symphonies (82-87). Meaning there’s not much weather to report. (John Sunier, Audiophile Audition)

Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra
Marco Boni, conductor
Johan Kracht, concertmaster

Marco Boni
Marco Boni comes from a musical family. He studied piano, horn and cello at the Milan conservatory and took his final examination under the guidance of Rocco Filippini, gaining a distinction. He began his career as a solo cellist in theTeatro Comunale in Bologna. Since then he has appeared at festivals both in Italy and abroad, working with Salvatore Accardo, Yuri Bashmet, Bruno Giuranna, Rocco Filippini, Bruno Canino, Susanna Mildonian, PaulTortellier and Sándor Végh. Since his appointment as permanent conductor of the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra, conducting has increasingly been the focal point of his musical activities. He has performed with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Hungarian State Philharmonich Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the Italian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra delTeatro Massimo di Palermo, the Orchestra da Camera di Mantova, the Orchestra Haydn di Bolzano, the OrchestraToscanini di Parma, the Filarmonici delTeatro Comunale di Bologna, the Virtuosi di Santa Cecilia and the Virtuosi Italiani. He has undertaken successful tours with the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra in Italy, Japan, Belgium, Portugal (with Maria João Pires as soloist) and Spain, and has made several CD recordings with the orchestra. With the Virtuosi Italiani he has recorded previously unpublished works by Nino Rota. CD recordings with the London Symphony Orchestra have been planned.

Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra
The Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra (Concertgebouw Kamerorkest) was founded in 1987 and consists of members of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam. Before that time it was called the Amsterdam Chamber Orchestra (Amsterdams Kamerorkest). The ensemble made numerous recordings between 1957 and 1987, conducted by the likes of André Rieu and Anton van der Horst, and it took part in significant national events such as the coronation of Queen Beatrix on 30 April 1980 and the state visit of US President George Bush in 1989.The Concergebouw Chamber Orchestra also made a name for itself internationally: recent performances include concerts in Belgium, Italy, Spain, Germany, Finland, Portugal and Japan. In addition CD recordings are made regularly for several labels. The recording released in 1999 of Mahler’s arrangements of string quartets by Schubert ('Death and the Maiden') and Beethoven (Op. 95) earned BBC Music Magazine’s highest accolade (five stars) for artistic direction and recording quality. Among the soloists to have performed with the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra are Maria João Pires, Friedrich Gulda, Eliane Rodrigues, Lynn Harrel, Jaap van Zweden, Isabelle van Keulen, Janine Jansen, Rudolf Koelman, Quirine Viersen, Jacob Slagter and Vesko Eschkenazy. Since 1995 the ensemble’s permanent conductor has been the Italian Marco Boni.

Booklet for Haydn Symphonies Nos. 22, 44, 64

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