Started by Gurn Blanston, April 06, 2007, 04:15:04 PM
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QuoteHaydn, Joseph - Keyboard Concerti (disc 1 of 2) w/ Christine Schornsheim; set played on organ, harpsichord, & fortepiano (all three instruments on the first disc that I'm listening to @ the moment).Now, Brautigam has a single disc out on fortepiano of some of these recordings; just looking at the liner notes, Schornsheim covers all of the Brautigam works except she uses a harpsichord on 2 of the works (vs. his fortepiano) - of course, the instruments and the interpretations will be different, so probably worth owning both sets of performances? But, these are still NOT complete - seems that 4 CDs are needed to cover all of Haydn's works for this genre.
Quote from: SonicMan on December 22, 2009, 03:52:22 PMNot sure 'which' Haydn thread this might belong in? Certainly not the SQs! But just a quote from a recent post in the 'listening thread' below concerning Haydn's keyboard concertos - unfortunately, the addition of the 2-CD set from C. Shornsheim included all of the performances of the Brautigam shown below (although several on different instruments) - will keep both, but still 'incomplete' as to the entirety of Joe's output in this area -
Quote from: SonicMan on December 22, 2009, 06:07:07 PM... just to complete the Haydn keyboard concerti works - Dave
Quote from: Antoine Marchand on December 22, 2009, 06:28:38 PMI think Dave that -as Gurn suggests- Schornsheim's discs really include the complete solo keyboard concertos. In other words, there are only eight solo keyboard concertos (currently considered authentic), but if you want to add concertinos and divertimentos with keyboard, you would need two additional discs. But these concertinos and divertimentos belong to another genre. I know: it is just a terminological issue.
Quote from: rubio on December 23, 2009, 05:18:16 AMI just noticed that Bruno Weil has recorded some of the London symphonies. How does this compare to his earlier Haydn releases?
Quote from: Gurn Blanston on December 23, 2009, 05:14:47 AMBut anyway, in terms of being 'full-blown' concertos, Hob XVIII has them all, I guess. Back in those days there is a lot less of a 'cut and dried' flavor to the music. We modern bin-keepers would have been suicidal at all that untidiness!
Quote from: snyprrr on December 24, 2009, 08:41:06 PMOf course, I'm ASSuming that their approach and sound are consistant throughout the cycle.
Quote from: Que on December 23, 2009, 05:22:26 AMGreat news! Weil didn't record these symphonies for Sony, which were with Tafelmusik instead of the Capella Coloniensis BTW. This goes on the list forthwith. Q
Quote from: jlaurson on December 25, 2009, 07:55:20 AMThere had been confusion about Capella Coloniensis in its original spelling. Fortunately that has been rectumfied, since.
Quote from: Gurn Blanston on December 10, 2009, 05:12:03 PMWhat a lovely instrument that is, Dave. The keys are beautiful! Tortoiseshell you reckon?
Quote from: jlaurson on December 28, 2009, 03:08:20 PMThere isn't an endangered species that Adlam wouldn't kill in the pursuit of keyboard beauty. I ordered mine with the hammers covered with leather made of baby-panda snout. There simply is nothing like it, even if it is quite pricey at three pandas per octave. (Roughly.)But seriously, folks: Haydn to Have! http://www.weta.org/fmblog/?p=556Haydn 2009 – Haydn Recordings to Own
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