Started by Gurn Blanston, April 06, 2007, 04:15:04 PM
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Quote from: Gurn Blanston on April 06, 2007, 05:12:15 PMExcellent start, Bill. I have that disk too, not only is the Haydn very good, but that c minor sextet is a great intro to Krommer for those few who are unfamiliar with him! I'm am not just overrun with Haydn divertimentos, although I have a few. The difficulty in recommending is that many of them are OOP. One that is OOP, but still frequently available in Amazon Marketplace or eBay is on SONY, called "Haydn 'The Natural Horn'". It features L'Archibudelli with Ab Koster on horn, and the contents are:Hob deest (means "not appearing in Hoboken", BTW) - Cassation in D for 4 Horns, Violin, Viola & BassHob II:21 - Divertimento in Eb for 2 Horns and String Quartet (a very popular combination in those days)Hob VIId:3 Concerto in D for Horn, 2 Oboes & StringsHob IV:5 Divertimento à tre in Eb for Horn, Violin & Cello (yup, that's a Horn Trio)Hob II:22 Divertimento in D for 2 Horns & String QuartetThis is a super disk for lovers of the natural horn and Haydn in general.
Quote from: hornteacher on April 06, 2007, 05:51:09 PMArkivMusic has it too. Thanks.
Quote from: Que on April 07, 2007, 02:56:23 AMGot this recently on Bunny's recommendation.Marvelous, high quality Haydn, in a superb, colourful performance - that goes almost without saying.. Recommended!Q
Quote from: D Minor on April 07, 2007, 04:25:49 AMCan I discuss Haydn's masses in this thread, or is that off-limits?
Quote from: Bill on April 07, 2007, 06:03:46 AMAny news of yet Harry on the complete Haydn set like they put together for Mozart and Bach?
Quote from: Que on April 07, 2007, 07:34:50 AMYes Gurn, to my dissapointment - though that was to be expected...I decided to just pay the fine of € 23 ($31) and forget about it quickly! And I must say - no regrets at all, but I'm sure the Klocker on cpo is fine too - also a favourite of others on the forum.Q
Quote from: Gurn Blanston on April 07, 2007, 07:38:57 AMYou are much braver than I am I deny myself at those rates, despite my yearnings. Another example: On Ricercar - Baryton Octets Vol. II - Excellent recording, highly recommended. Also, of course, OOP, but I found a very nice used copy for pennies! Vol. I can be had for $80 US. I don't think so.
Quote from: Que on April 07, 2007, 07:54:03 AMGurn, please tell me: are those performances good? Because I believe they have been reissued as a 2CD set! €20 at jpc, that's not bad for a small (tiny ) label...Q
Quote from: Steve on April 23, 2007, 10:40:35 AMI came across this awhile ago, and just today it popped up in my amazon reccommendation list. Any thoughts or comments? It's about time I returned to Herr Haydn and these wonderful symphones. Any info on 94 or 104 would be doubly appreciated.............
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