No.6 Lamentatione



KAMMERORCHESTER BASEL
GIOVANNI ANTONINI, CONDUCTOR
CHRISTIAN MORITZ-BAUER, MUSICOLOGIST
WOLFGANG FUHRMANN, MUSICOLOGIST
EVA MENASSE, WRITER
ABBAS, PHOTOGRAPHER

Program

Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)
Symphony Nr. 30
in C-Major, Hob. I:30 „Alleluja“ (1765))

Joseph Martin Kraus (1756–1792)
Overture
in d-Minor VB 147 (1790?)

Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)
Symphony Nr. 3
in G-Major, Hob. I:3 (ca. 1761)

Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)
Symphony Nr. 26
in d-Minor, Hob. I:26 „La Lamentatione“ (1768)

Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)
Symphony Nr. 79
in F-Major, Hob. I:79 (1784))


HAYDN-NIGHTS


Line-up

1st violin Julia Schröder, Valentina Giusti, Ewa Miribung, Barbara Bolliger, Irmgard Zavelberg, Tamás Vásárhelyi
2nd violin Anna Faber, Matthias Müller, Fanny Tschanz, Regula Keller, Mirjam Steymans-Brenner
Viola Katya Polin, Bodo Friedrich, Renée Straub, Anna Pfister
Cello Christoph Dangel, Georg Dettweiler, Hristo Kouzmanov
Bass Stefan Preyer, Daniel Szomor
Flute Isabelle Schnöller
Horn Konstantin Timokhine, Mark Gebhart
Oboe Benoit Laurent, Priska Comploi
Bassoon Giulia Genini, Zoe Matthews

Photos


Exclusively for Haydn2032:
«Lamentatione» photographed by Abbas, Magnum Photos

Video


Giovanni Antonini about Haydn2032


SHOP

The audio-CD and the limited book edition will be available in March 2017.

DOUBLE VINYL DELUXE EDITION:
«No.4 _Il Distratto»
distributed by Outhere Music
AUDIO-CD:
«No.4 _Il Distratto»
distributed by Outhere Music
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