I. Allegro - Haydn*, Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra, Adam Fischer - Symphonies Nos. 1-20 - The Es

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  • In , this orchestra was founded by Adam Fischer in the Haydnsaal (Haydn Hall) of the Esterhazy Palace in Eisenstadt, Austria (near Vienna), the place where this seminal genius of the Classical era lived and worked. As evidenced by its name, the ensemble is primarily dedicated to the performance of the works of Franz Josef Haydn.
  • Listen to Haydn, F.J.: Symphonies, Vol. 1 - Nos. by Ádám Fischer, Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra, Joseph Haydn, Michael Haydn. Stream now on IDAGIO.
  • Feb 06,  · 1. Allegro molto. 2. Andante. 3. Menuetto: Allegretto. 4. Finale: Allegro. Austro - Hungarian Haydn Orchestra. Adam Fischer.
  • Adam Fischer's recording of all Haydn's symphonies with the Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra is a major achievement and can safely be recommended as a "best buy" if you want to have them all from one source – in celebration of the Haydn bicentenary, perhaps.
  • Founded in the late '80s just before the collapse of the Iron Curtain by Hungarian conductor Adam Fischer, the Österreichisch-Ungarische Philharmonie (aka, the Austro-Hungarian Philharmonic) had already recorded the complete symphonies of Franz Josef Haydn for the English Nimbus label in the '90s when it returned to selected symphonies for the 10/
  • It leaves me wishing the team could revisit their earliest sessions: I’m sure – given the quality of today’s Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra and Fischer’s new-found ‘daring’ as an interpreter – that some re-recorded ‘London’ symphonies would have been impressive indeed.

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