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Great Mozart Symphonies: No. 31 "Paris", No. 35 "Haffner", No. 36 "Linz", No. 38 "Prague" mp3 download

Great Mozart Symphonies: No. 31 "Paris", No. 35 "Haffner", No. 36 "Linz", No. 38 "Prague" mp3 download

Title: Great Mozart Symphonies: No. 31 "Paris", No. 35 "Haffner", No. 36 "Linz", No. 38 "Prague"
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Released: 1999
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Great Mozart Symphonies: No. 31 "Paris", No. 35 "Haffner", No. 36 "Linz", No. 38 "Prague" mp3 download


Symphony No. 35 in D major, K. 385, was composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1782 and is also called the Haffner Symphony

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Great Mozart Symphonies: No. 31 "Paris", No. 35 "Haffner", No. 36 "Linz", No. 38 "Prague".

Symphony No. 385, was composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1782 and is also called the Haffner Symphony. It was commissioned by the Haffners, a prominent Salzburg family, for the occasion of the ennoblement of Sigmund Haffner the Younger. The Haffner Symphony should not be confused with the eight-movement Haffner Serenade, another piece Mozart wrote on commission from the same family in 1776.

Перенаправлено с Symphony N. 5 (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus)). Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts Werke, Serie VIII: Symphonien, B., N. 5 (p. -36) Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1880. Symphonie nº 35 de Mozart; Symphony No. 35; Symfonie nr. 35; Symfoni nr. 35 av Mozart; Simfonia núm. 35 (Mozart); 35. Sinfonie; 교향곡 35번 (모차르트); Sinfonia n. 35; Mozart: 35. szimfónia; XXXV Symfonia (KV 385); Симфонія № 35 (Моцарт); Simfonija št. 35 (Mozart); Sinfonia nro 35 (Mozart); Symfoni nr 35 (WA Mozart); 交響曲第35番 (モーツァルト); Sinfonía . 35 (Mozart); Симфония № 35; Symfoni nr. 35 (Mozart); 35η Συμφωνία; Simfonio Numero 35. Name Aliases. 35, "Haffner". Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Composer. Charles Mackerras Conductor. Scottish Chamber Orchestra. Symphony No. 36, "Linz". The Paris is the least convincing of Mozart’s later symphonies but Mackerras knows (and shows) that there’s plenty to be discovered beyond the French-pleasing special effects and brilliant orchestration. He also offers both slow movements: Mozart wrote a replacement to appease a cloth-eared audience who didn’t recognise a genius when he was among them

In between is the ebullient N. 1, the ‘Paris’, the formed N. 2 and the joyous ‘Haffner’, N. 5. Ever the pragmatist, Mozart made various revisions to most of these symphonies after their composition. Most notable is the replacement Andante written for N. 1 after the original proved unsuited to Parisian tastes. You can decide for yourself which you prefer – but be wary of simply playing the tracks in sequence or you will end up with a four-movement symphony with two slow movements, certainly not what Mozart intended. 35 "Haffner", Symphony no. 41 "Jupiter". Rondo for Piano in D major, K. 485. Klavierwerke - Andras Schiff - Mozart's Hammerklavier. Sonata for Piano No. 17 in B-flat major, K. 570: III. Allegretto. Requiem in D minor, K. 626 (Süßmayr completion): VII. "Agnus Dei". Mass in C major, K. 317: I. Kyrie.

Mozart: Symphony No. 31 in D, K297 'Paris'. Sir Charles Mackerras. II. Andantino grazioso. This much anticipated recording follows on from the astounding success of ‘Mozart Symphonies 38 – 41’ which resulted in him winning the Critics’ Award at the 2009 BRIT Awards and led to ’Mozart Symphonies 38-41’ being named Disc of the Year at the 2009 BBC Music Magazine Awards. This recording includes both versions of the 2nd movement of the Paris Symphony; unusually Sir Charles requested that the alternative version follows the original, rather than coming at the end of the album as an appendix

The Symphony No. 31 in D major, K. 297/300a, better known as the Paris Symphony, is one of the more famous symphonies by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  . The work was performed again at the Concert Spirituel on 15 August, this time with a new second movement, an Andante replacing the original Andantino in 6/8 (the latter, according to Deutsch, "had failed to please". The work evidently was popular. Deutsch lists several further performances at the Concert Spirituel during 1779, on 18 and 23 March, 23 May, and 3 June; and on 14 May 1780. The work was published in Paris by Sieber and announced for sale 20 February 1779

Sinfonie Nr. 31 D-Dur, KV 297 "Pariser". Sinfonie Nr. 35 D-Dur, KV 385 "Haffner". 1-4. Allegro Con Spirito.