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Wydawnictwo: SWR Music
Seria: SWR Century Classics
Nr katalogowy: SWR 19526
Nośnik: 6 CD
Data wydania: maj 2021
EAN: 747313952687
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Epoka muzyczna: klasycyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: symfonia

Mozart: Essential Symphonies

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CD 1:
Symphony No. 1 in E flat Major, KV 16
Symphony No. 25 in G Minor, KV 183
Symphony No. 41 in C Major, KV 551 'Jupiter'

CD 2:
Symphony No. 12 in G Major, KV 110
Symphony No. 29 in A Major, KV 201
Symphony No. 39 in E flat Major, KV 543

CD 3:
Symphony No. 8 in D Major, KV 48
Symphony after the “Posthorn” Serenade in D Major, KV 320
Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, KV 550

CD 4:
Symphony No. 22 in C Major, KV 162
Symphony No. 33 in B flat Major, KV 319
Symphony No. 38 in D Major, KV 504

CD 5:
Symphony No. 19 in E flat Major, KV 132
Symphony No. 34 in C Major, KV 338
Symphony No. 36 in C Major, KV 425, 'Linzer'

CD 6:
Symphony No. 28 in C Major, KV 200
Symphony No. 32 in G Major, KV 318
Symphony No. 31 in D Major, KV 297, 'Pariser'
Symphony No. 35 in D Major, KV 385, 'Haffner'
The Mozart symphonies on this album were recorded over a period of two weeks at the European Music Festival Stuttgart in September 2006. More than 20 symphonies, ranging from the earliest to the last ten, were chosen to represent the superb range of the composer’s output. The aim was to recreate as far as possible the playing style of the period.

Roger Norrington used exactly the same orchestral forces for each symphony as at their first performance (the smallest was a mere 18 players). The first and second violins sat opposite each other, the winds stood in lines either side, and a harpsichord played in the middle. Tempos followed the most recent research. Bow strokes, articulation and phrasing were carefully studied, and the orchestra naturally played without modern vibrato.

All the albums in this edition contain a symphony from each of Mozart’s early, middle and late periods. The last four symphonies, however, which Mozart wrote for Paris and Vienna, were played in a much grander and experimental manner, using 24 violins and 16 woodwind instruments. Very occasionally Mozart experienced a ‘monster orchestra’ (almost equivalent to today’s normal size). It happened first on his extended visit to Paris, and then again in Vienna, where he considered one such large ensemble to be “magnifique”.

Recordings [Live]: Stuttgart, Liederhalle, Hegelsaal, 05.09.2006 & 17.09.2006 (CD 1); 07.09.2006, 06.09.2006 & 10.09.2006 (CD 2); 12.09.2006, 08.09.2006 & 17.09.2006 (CD 3); 08.09.2006, 12.09.2006 & 10.09.2006 (CD 4); 13.09.2006 & 15.09.2006 (CD 5).

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  • PACL 95011
  • PROSP 0062