Haydn - Symphonies # 1, 39, 49, Christoph Willibald Gluck - Don Juan - Il Giardino Armonico, Giovanni Antonini, Haydn 2032, Vol. 1 - La Passione - 2014 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Haydn – Symphonies # 1, 39, 49, Christoph Willibald Gluck – Don Juan – Il Giardino Armonico, Giovanni Antonini, Haydn 2032, Vol. 1 – La Passione – 2014 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn, Christoph Willibald Gluck
Orchestra: Il Giardino Armonico, Haydn 2032
Conductor: Giovanni Antonini
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Haydn 2032, Vol. 1: La Passione
Il Giardino Armonico · Giovanni Antonini

Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)

Symphony No. 39 in G Minor, Hob. I:39 “Tempesta di mare”

01. I. Allegro assai (5:21)
02. II. Andante (3:43)
03. III. Menuet – Trio (2:28)
04. IV. Finale (Allegro di molto) (4:32)

Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787)

Don Juan ou Le festin de pierre, Wq. 52
Ballet Pantomime (1761). Original version

05. Sinfonia (Allegro) (1:36)
06. 1. Andante grazioso (1:05)
07. 2. Andante (2:07)
08. 3. Allegro forte risoluto (1:12)
09. 4. Allegro gustoso (1:27)
10. 5. Moderato (0:59)
11. 6. Grazioso (1:08)
12. 7. Allegro (1:30)
13. 8. Moderato – Presto (0:52)
14. 9. Risoluto e moderato (0:59)
15. 10. Allegro – 11. Allegro – 12. Allegro (0:46)
16. 13. Andante staccato (1:25)
17. 14. Larghetto (2:04)
18. 15. Allegro non troppo (4:07)

Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)

Symphony No. 49 in F Minor, Hob. I:49 “La Passione”

19. I. Adagio (7:41)
20. II. Allegro di molto (6:22)
21. III. Menuet – Trio (3:50)
22. IV. Finale (Presto) (3:01)

Symphony No. 1 in D Major, Hob. I:1

23. I. Presto (4:47)
24. II. Andante (5:45)
25. III. Finale (Presto) (2:02)

Recorded: Teldex Studio Berlin, 20–24 October 2013

‘Symphony No. 49 is of dramatic inspiration, as is the finale of the 39th (with four horns!) in a fairly “Gluckist” style. We are at the beginnings of Sturm und Drang.
‘The first performance of Gluck’s ballet Don Juan, in Vienna in 1761, was an outstanding event in the development of dramatic expression in music. This was the first “modern” ballet, featuring dancers illustrating the story, not through a pre-established dance form (minuet, gavotte, etc.) but through free expression of their bodies.
‘I am truly captivated by the very strong correspondence existing in Gluck’s score between the story of Don Juan (the dancers’ movements) and the music, like a sort of little dictionary of musical gestures, with elements that are to be found in purely instrumental music of the period, including Haydn’s.
‘Yet it was in the 1760s (thus after the first performance of Gluck’s Don Juan) that Haydn began his first “dramatic” symphonies. ‘So I find it very interesting to bring together this piece by Gluck and these symphonies.’ –Giovanni Antonini

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