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Best classical music: Haydn – Symphony No 101 in D major, Hob I-101, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Eugen Jochum, conductor, Live recording, January 1973


Haydn – Symphony No 101 in D major, Hob I-101 – Jochum

Make Music Part of Your Life: Haydn Symphony No. 48 “Maria Theresia”


Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809)
Symphony No. 48Maria Theresia
Austro – Hungarian Haydn Orchestra
Adam Fischer
Recording : 1995, Haydnsaal, Esterházy Palace, Eisenstadt, Austria

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Haydn / Nicholas Ward / Northern CO: Symphonies 6 (Morning), 7 (Noon) and 8 (Evening)



#6 in D MajorLe Matin (Morning)”
#7 in C Major “Le Midi (Noon)”
#8 in G Major “Le Soir (Evening)”

Link to video I made (under my other YouTube ID, “ThisGuyFrritz”) that features the 1st movement of the 8th symphony:
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Composed by Joseph Haydn
Nicholas Ward conducting the Northern Chamber Orchestra
Naxos 8.550722

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Haydn Symphony No. 30 “Alleluja”



Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809)

Symphony No. 30 “Hallelujah”
Austro – Hungarian Haydn Orchestra
Adam Fischer
Recording : April 2001, Haydnsaal, Esterházy Palace, Eisenstadt, Austria

Haydn: Symphony No.104 Jansons/BRSO(2009Live)



Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
Symphony No.104 in D major, Hob.I:104 “London
Mariss Jansons
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Gasteig, München, 28 9/2009

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Symphony No. 104 in D major (Hoboken 1/104) is Joseph Haydn‘s final symphony. It is the last of the twelve so-called London Symphonies, and is known (somewhat arbitrarily, given the existence of eleven others) as the London Symphony.

The work was composed by Haydn while he was living in London in 1795, and premiered there at the King’s Theatre on 4 May 1795, in a concert featuring Haydn’s own compositions and directed by the composer.[1] The premiere was a success; Haydn wrote in his diary “The whole company was thoroughly pleased and so was I. I made 4000 gulden on this evening: such a thing is possible only in England.”[2]

Movements

  1. Adagio – Allegro
  2. Andante
  3. Menuetto and Trio: Allegro
  4. Finale: Spiritoso

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