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Haydn: The Complete Symphonies / Gallois, Ward, Et Al


Release Date: 11/18/2008 
Label:  Naxos   Catalog #: 8503400   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Franz Joseph Haydn
Performer:  Irina ZahharenkovaTibor GátaiTamás Zalay
Conductor:  Patrick GalloisNicholas WardHelmut Müller-BrühlKevin Mallon,   ... 
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia FinlandiaNorthern Chamber OrchestraCologne Chamber Orchestra,   ... 
Number of Discs: 34 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 35 Hours 57 Mins. 

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Notes and Editorial Reviews

This is the greatest prize in a rich harvest of releases marking the Haydn bicentenary -- from the early works to the mature masterpieces, Haydn's music is arguably more consistently inventive and inspired than Mozart's.-- David Threasher, Gramophone [1/2009]

I’ve spent the better part of four weeks listening to these performances – and other recordings of the works – and, despite my few niggles, I can heartily recommend this set for anyone interested in this great composer, who does seem to languish in Mozart’s shadow more than he should. With such good sound, in general, at the price this constitutes a considerable bargain. -- Bob Briggs, MusicWeb International

This mammoth survey of the complete
Read more Symphonies by the man who really got things going symphonically, started in 1988 and finished as recently as July last year. It takes in venues all over eastern and western Europe as well as Canada.

Before playing a disk I was happy to note that we weren’t reliant on one set of performers – as was Decca with its set of the Symphonies with Antal Doráti and the Philharmonia Hungarica – and as these re–issues retain their original couplings you can’t hear the works chronologically without changing disks often. But this makes for more interesting programming – rather like the lovely recordings of Leslie Jones and his Little Orchestra of London’s recordings for Pye which mixed early, middle and late Symphonies together on one LP.

So after those thoughts, and listing the details of the recordings and performers to accompany this review, my next task was to decide where to begin. Much as I love Haydn’s music I cannot claim to know every Symphony intimately, so it seemed best to start with a work which is a particular favourite. The 48th Symphony, nick–named Maria Theresia, has long been of one my favourites, ever since I heard the Max Goberman recording which contains the most sensational horn playing I’ve ever heard. I was very pleased to hear Barry Wordsworth grab the bull by the horns, or perhaps the horns by the baton, and start in a most thrilling way, the horns singing out and the textures clear and direct. Unfortunately, this direct approach doesn’t last. These so–called Sturm und Drang Symphonies are dramatic in their intent and are full of incident, passion and fire. The 44th and 45th Symphonies are given light–weight, in fact far too light–weight, performances which suit the middle movements but lack sufficient bite for the turmoil of the outer movements and thus the drama of the music is lost in favour of a more charming approach. The same is true for the first two movements of No.88, but then, suddenly, in the minuet of No.88 everything takes off with a spritely and very dynamic gait. This performance has purpose and the finale is simply sparkling – if a trifle on the slow side. After this, their other three disks are wholly successful. Each of the Symphonies is given a sparkling performance, with well judged tempi, plenty of light and shade and the humour, there’s a lot of humour in Haydn, is very well pointed. The smallish orchestra is well focused in the recording, if perhaps with a little too much reverberation, and the sound is good if a bit too bright; too much top and not enough bottom. But I mustn’t be churlish for there is much to enjoy in these performances.

I find it fascinating at the distribution of the music, for instance, there’s only one disk by the Swedish Chamber Orchestra, but there’s six by the Northern Chamber Orchestra and eight each by the Cologne Chamber Orchestra and the Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia. I mention this because the Swedish disk is marvellous, comprising three Symphonies from the middle of the canon – Nos. 50, 51 and 52 – in performances which are suave and perfectly paced. These are an excellent example of how to perform music of this period – nothing is hurried, everything falls perfectly into place and there is a fine sense of style. No.50 is a real winner. Here is Haydn, having emerged from the troubles of the Sturm und Drang period, in a more mature guise than we have so far heard him, indulging in jokes and jests and generally having an high old time. The real highlight of this disk is the adagio of No.51 which contains some exhilarating horn playing. Throughout this is most satisfying and pleasurable listening. Certainly this is one of the very best disks in the set, and it makes me wish that the orchestra had had another disk or two. Good though the Wordsworth performances are, these knock them into the shade for their style. The recording is better too, being clear but without the glassiness.

The Sinfonia Finlandia is allocated three disks and two of them comprise nine of the first 12 Symphonies so, with no disrespect to Haydn, it doesn’t have the best material to work with. That said, it plays these early pieces with a style and verve which I wouldn’t have expected. There is a virility to much of the playing as well as the most affecting tenderness, as in the slow movement of the No.3. If, perhaps, things get a little carried away and the conductor starts to drive the music this is a small problem for the fast finales can stand a bit of pushing, and, strangely, this approach makes the music seem bigger than it actually is. My favoured recording for these early works, and I am no lover or supporter of original instruments performance, has long been the two boxed sets by L’estro armonico and Derek Solomons but these Finnish performances are equally enjoyable and give Solomon and his band a real run for their money. The recordings are very close and the harpsichord is only sporadically Noticeable, not really a flaw but it would have been nice to feel its presence in the ensemble, after all, it was necessary at the time and these performances are trying to have the right feel to them. Their other CD is a diverse mix and it makes for an attractive programme. No.22 has a small cadenza for the harpsichord between the slow introduction and the main allegro and after that the instrument is silent. These are lively performances, slightly hard driven in the fast movements but entertaining and pleasing. What a fine chamber orchestra the Sinfonia Finlandia is, and their contribution to this set is made all the more significant by their strong advocacy of the very early works.

I’d never heard of the Toronto Camerata before receiving this set. It’s a good small band with bright strings and brilliant winds and brass. Kevin Mallon is a good conductor and directs unfussy performances of, mainly, early Symphonies. He certainly understands the challenges this music sets – it’s new, in a fledgling form and is still feeling its way forwards and as there’s no deep emotion with which to impress your audience, you don’t make big production numbers out of them. These three disks are very good indeed except the harpsichord is seldom audible – which turns out to be the norm throughout the set – and, for some reason there’s an harpsichord in the performance of the 62nd Symphony; surely, by now, Haydn wouldn’t have been using a continuo instrument. No.20 is especially thrilling in its use of trumpets and drums. The two operatic Overtures make fine stable-mates for the Symphonies.

The six CDs by the Northern Chamber Orchestra cover the canon from the earliest (Nos 6, 7 and 8) to No.79. Highlights include a splendid account of No.22, with fabulous horns and cor anglais, the right tone is hit from the start and this, sometimes, dour work – it is quite dark – comes out fresh and sparkling. This is very impressive. There’s also some fine solo string playing in the three early works. There is a real swagger to the outer movements of No.35, and a suavity to the slow movement. No.49 starts with a slow movement filled with heartbreaking pathos, the two fast movements are full of the stresses and strains found in these Sturm und Drang works, and both are fast paced manic performances. No.60 isn’t really a Symphony, it’s six movements cobbled together from incidental music Haydn wrote for a theatre production and includes some of his best jokes. The 2nd, slow, movement is interrupted by a jaunty march and the finale includes a short section where the violins have to retune. In this performance the jokes are well placed and Not overdone, making the performance a real joy. The last disk contains three mature Symphonies – Nos. 77, 78 and 79 – which are given light performances and here I would have preferred more heft for these are big works and need an heavier hand at the helm and a bigger band. That said, these are very fine performances, well thought out and executed, and I do enjoy Ward’s often relaxed way with the music – the opening movement of No.79 is particularly delightful with its main theme which reminds one of Ernest Tomlinson’s lovely Little Serenade! There’s an harpsichord in there, somewhere, in the early works, and it occasionally surfaces, but it’s too often lost in the texture, mainly through a backward balance.

The final two orchestras – the Cologne Chamber Orchestra and the Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia – each have eight disks, encompassing nearly half the canon. To look at the Cologne performances first – the first movement of No.13 is sparkling but the sound is tubby and much detail is lost; there is also an huge rallentando over the final chords which sounds grotesque. The slow movement, with its eloquent solo cello part, is lovely, if rather rich in sound; it is recorded very closely which robs the music of its intimacy. The finale, with its fugue theme identical to Mozart’s in K551, comes off quite well, except for the rallentando at the end. No.36 fares better, as does the Sinfonia Concertante, but the constant braking at cadence points had, by the cadenza in the first movement of the Sinfonia, started to really annoy me as a self conscious mannerism. Their second disk, of Nos. 32, 33 and 34 is much better. Müller–Brühl seems more contented here, and the recording is much clearer, but the Symphonies have too much in common to make a really interesting, and varied, programme. Disk 14 starts with a marvellously paced No.37 but Müller–Brühl’s interpretations only really get going with the arrival of a minor key work – No.39. This is splendidly performed, full of angst and worry, which makes the brightness of No.40 all the more welcome and enjoyable. These three CDs suffer from backwardly placed brass, winds and drums. The first chord of No.41, on CD 15, is perfectly balanced by the engineer and the sound is wonderfully clear with a real bite to it, and this suits the performance which is straight forward and brisk in a very forthright manner. I enjoyed this performance greatly! No.58 brought an even greater revelation – the first fully audible harpsichord I’d heard so far! And what a joy it is to hear its contribution. No.59 is simply more of the same with a very bright performance. As for the rest of the performances by the Cologne Chamber Orchestra, highlights include a tremendous performance of the finale of No.54, and a gorgeous slow movement in No.57, full of poise and restraint. No.75 is as good as it gets in these Cologne performances, spritely outer movements, a delightful slow movement and a minuet which nicely dances along, and the japes of No.80 are truly side splitting! In general these Cologne performances are a bit of a mixed bag, with some really exciting and fine performances but the strange balance in their first three CDs doesn’t help their cause. But it must be emphasized that when the performances take off then there is much to enjoy, but beware Müller–Brühl’s putting in the brakes at the ends of some movements for it does become irritating.

And so to the eight CDs by Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia under the direction of Béla Drahos. Things get off to a bright start with a sparkling No.27, and the Hornsignal is quite marvellous, with forthright horns, sounding much more romantic and Schumannesque than Haydnesque but making the most of their exhilarating writing. There is a disturbing edginess to parts of the first movement of No.53 – one of the first works after the Sturm und Drang period – so Drahos is quite right to point the hangover effect of the earlier pieces. Other highlights of the Drahos CDs are the slow movement of No.68, which displays a rapt attention to detail, the 1st movement of No.73 which has lots of mystery and excitement and the first movement of No.93 which, if a trifle hard driven, has exactly the right spirit for the music. However, I do question the validity of the use of harpsichord continuo in No.72 – by 1781 Haydn would undoubtedly have stopped using a keyboard continuo in his works.

I’ve kept the best until last. The Laudon Symphony (No. 69) must be sampled for this is simply the best interpretation of the set – it has everything and is exactly how later Haydn should be presented to the public.

I’ve spent the better part of four weeks listening to these performances – and other recordings of the works – and, despite my few niggles, I can heartily recommend this set for anyone interested in this great composer, who does seem to languish in Mozart’s shadow more than he should. With such good sound, in general, at the price this constitutes a considerable bargain.

I might mention that for comparison purposes I used the various Leslie Jones/Little Orchestra of London recordings on Pye Golden Guinea and Nonesuch LPs (various Symphonies), Antonio Janigro and the Symphony Orchestra of Radio Zagreb in their 1963 set of the Sturm und Drang works (Nos. 44 – 49) originally on Philips LPs and now on Vanguard W 51184 (2 CDs), Derek Solomons and L’estro armonico in various works (SAGA HAYDN 1 and 2 – LP only) Beecham’s idiosyncratic, but always revealing and interesting, set of the London Symphonies on EMI 367 8932 (5 disks) and the very special Max Goberman recordings, with the Vienna State Opera Orchestra (had Goberman lived he would have made the first complete recordings of these works and what a set that would have been!) which were available on the Haydn Society and CBS LPs and now reissued in splendid sound from Haydn House (11CDs).

In a perfect world one would have all of these recordings, and more, but if your pocket doesn’t run to that expense you won’t be disappointed with this set. Happy listening.

Bob Briggs, MusicWeb International
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Works on This Recording

1.
Symphony no 1 in D major, H 1 no 1 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Performer:  Irina Zahharenkova (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1759; Vienna, Austria 
Venue:  Suolahti Hall, Lahti, Finland 
Length: 13 Minutes 46 Secs. 
2.
Symphony no 2 in C major, H 1 no 2 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Performer:  Irina Zahharenkova (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1764; Austria 
Venue:  Suolahti Hall, Lahti, Finland 
Length: 9 Minutes 35 Secs. 
3.
Symphony no 3 in G major, H 1 no 3 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Performer:  Irina Zahharenkova (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1762; Austria 
Venue:  Suolahti Hall, Lahti, Finland 
Length: 16 Minutes 43 Secs. 
4.
Symphony no 4 in D major, H 1 no 4 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Performer:  Irina Zahharenkova (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1762; Austria 
Venue:  Suolahti Hall, Lahti, Finland 
Length: 13 Minutes 46 Secs. 
5.
Symphony no 5 in A major, H 1 no 5 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Performer:  Irina Zahharenkova (Harpsichord)
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1762; Austria 
Venue:  Suolahti Hall, Lahti, Finland 
Length: 17 Minutes 47 Secs. 
6.
Symphony no 6 in D major, H 1 no 6 "Le Matin" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1761; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 3/1993 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester 
Length: 17 Minutes 54 Secs. 
7.
Symphony no 7 in C major, H 1 no 7 "Le Midi" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1761; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 3/1993 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester 
Length: 20 Minutes 26 Secs. 
8.
Symphony no 8 in G major, H 1 no 8 "Le Soir" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1761; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 3/1993 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester 
Length: 20 Minutes 54 Secs. 
9.
Symphony no 9 in C major, H 1 no 9 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1762; Austria 
Date of Recording: 02/2005 
Venue:  Suolahti Hall, Lahti, Finland 
Length: 12 Minutes 9 Secs. 
10.
Symphony no 10 in D major, H 1 no 10 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1766; Vienna, Austria 
Date of Recording: 02/2005 
Venue:  Suolahti Hall, Lahti, Finland 
Length: 13 Minutes 55 Secs. 
11.
Symphony no 11 in E flat major, H 1 no 11 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1769; Austria 
Date of Recording: 02/2005 
Venue:  Suolahti Hall, Lahti, Finland 
Length: 17 Minutes 28 Secs. 
12.
Symphony no 12 in E major, H 1 no 12 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1763; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 02/2005 
Venue:  Suolahti Hall, Lahti, Finland 
Length: 16 Minutes 40 Secs. 
13.
Symphony no 13 in D major, H 1 no 13 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1763; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 08/1999 
Venue:  DeutschlandRadio Concert Studio, Germany 
Length: 20 Minutes 12 Secs. 
14.
Symphony no 36 in E flat major, H 1 no 36 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1769; Austria 
Date of Recording: 08/1999 
Venue:  DeutschlandRadio Concert Studio, Germany 
Length: 16 Minutes 34 Secs. 
15.
Sinfonia Concertant for Violin, Cello, Oboe and Bassoon in B flat major, H 1 no 105 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1792; London, England 
Date of Recording: 08/1999 
Venue:  DeutschlandRadio Concert Studio, Germany 
Length: 19 Minutes 58 Secs. 
16.
Symphony no 14 in A major, H 1 no 14 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Camerata
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1764; Austria 
Venue:  Grace Church on the Hill, Toronto 
Length: 15 Minutes 58 Secs. 
17.
Symphony no 15 in D major, H 1 no 15 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Camerata
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1764; Austria 
Venue:  Grace Church on the Hill, Toronto 
Length: 19 Minutes 12 Secs. 
18.
Symphony no 16 in B flat major, H 1 no 16 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Camerata
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1766; Austria 
Venue:  Grace Church on the Hill, Toronto 
Length: 14 Minutes 36 Secs. 
19.
Symphony no 17 in F major, H 1 no 17 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Camerata
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1766; Austria 
Venue:  Grace Church on the Hill, Toronto 
Length: 18 Minutes 56 Secs. 
20.
Symphony no 18 in G major, H 1 no 18 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1766; Austria 
Venue:  Grace Church-on-the-Hill, Toronto 
Length: 13 Minutes 56 Secs. 
21.
Symphony no 19 in D major, H 1 no 19 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1766; Austria 
Venue:  Grace Church-on-the-Hill, Toronto 
Length: 12 Minutes 29 Secs. 
22.
Symphony no 20 in C major, H 1 no 20 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1766; Austria 
Venue:  Grace Church-on-the-Hill, Toronto 
Length: 17 Minutes 41 Secs. 
23.
Symphony no 21 in A major, H 1 no 21 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1764; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Venue:  Grace Church-on-the-Hill, Toronto 
Length: 16 Minutes 53 Secs. 
24.
Symphony no 22 in E flat major, H 1 no 22 "Philosopher" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1764; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 10/27/1992 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester 
Length: 17 Minutes 52 Secs. 
25.
Symphony no 29 in E major, H 1 no 29 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1765; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 10/27/1993 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester 
Length: 18 Minutes 39 Secs. 
26.
Symphony no 60 in C major, H 1 no 60 "Il distratto" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1774; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 03/1993 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester 
Length: 23 Minutes 52 Secs. 
27.
Symphony no 23 in G major, H 1 no 23 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1764; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 10/1992 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester, UK 
Length: 15 Minutes 32 Secs. 
28.
Symphony no 24 in D major, H 1 no 24 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1764; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 10/1992 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester, UK 
Length: 28 Minutes 54 Secs. 
29.
Symphony no 61 in D major, H 1 no 61 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1776; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 10/1992 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester, UK 
Length: 23 Minutes 2 Secs. 
30.
Symphony no 25 in C major, H 1 no 25 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1766; Austria 
31.
Symphony no 42 in D major, H 1 no 42 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1771; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
32.
Symphony no 65 in A major, H 1 no 65 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Patrick Gallois
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Sinfonia Finlandia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1778; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
33.
Symphony no 26 in D minor, H 1 no 26 "Lamentatione" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1770; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 10/1992 
Venue:  BBC Studio 7, Manchester, England 
Length: 15 Minutes 5 Secs. 
34.
Symphony no 35 in B flat major, H 1 no 35 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1767; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 10/1992 
Venue:  BBC Studio 7, Manchester, England 
Length: 18 Minutes 56 Secs. 
35.
Symphony no 49 in F minor, H 1 no 49 "La Passione" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1768; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 10/1992 
Venue:  BBC Studio 7, Manchester, England 
Length: 20 Minutes 54 Secs. 
36.
Symphony no 27 in G major, H 1 no 27 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1766; Austria 
Date of Recording: 02/1998 
Venue:  Phoenix Studio, Budapest, Hungary 
Length: 13 Minutes 18 Secs. 
37.
Symphony no 28 in A major, H 1 no 28 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1765; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 02/1998 
Venue:  Phoenix Studio, Budapest, Hungary 
Length: 17 Minutes 7 Secs. 
38.
Symphony no 31 in D major, H 1 no 31 "Hornsignal" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1765; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 02/1998 
Venue:  Phoenix Studio, Budapest, Hungary 
Length: 32 Minutes 15 Secs. 
39.
Symphony no 30 in C major, H 1 no 30 "Alleluia" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1765; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 11/22/1992 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester, Eng. 
Length: 15 Minutes 12 Secs. 
40.
Symphony no 55 in E major, H 1 no 55 "The Schoolmaster" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1774; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 11/22/1992 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester, Eng. 
Length: 22 Minutes 32 Secs. 
41.
Symphony no 63 in C major, H 1 no 63 "La Roxelane" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1781; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 03/09/1993 
Venue:  New Broadcasting House, Manchester, Eng. 
Length: 19 Minutes 4 Secs. 
42.
Symphony no 32 in C major, H 1 no 32 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1766; Austria 
Date of Recording: 06/1996 
43.
Symphony no 33 in C major, H 1 no 33 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1767; Austria 
Date of Recording: 06/1996 
44.
Symphony no 34 in D minor, H 1 no 34 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1767; Austria 
Date of Recording: 06/1996 
45.
Symphony no 37 in C major, H 1 no 37 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1758; Vienna, Austria 
46.
Symphony no 38 in C major, H 1 no 38 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1769; Austria 
47.
Symphony no 39 in G minor, H 1 no 39 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1770; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
48.
Symphony no 40 in F major, H 1 no 40 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1763; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
49.
Symphony no 41 in C major, H 1 no 41 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1770; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
50.
Symphony no 58 in F major, H 1 no 58 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1775; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
51.
Symphony no 59 in A major, H 1 no 59 "Fire" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1769; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
52.
Symphony no 43 in E flat major, H 1 no 43 "Mercury" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1772; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
53.
Symphony no 46 in B major, H 1 no 46 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
54.
Symphony no 47 in G major, H 1 no 47 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
55.
Symphony no 44 in E minor, H 1 no 44 "Trauer" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1772; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 6/1989 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava 
Length: 21 Minutes 40 Secs. 
56.
Symphony no 88 in G major, H 1 no 88 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: circa 1787 ; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 6/1989 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava 
Length: 20 Minutes 5 Secs. 
57.
Symphony no 104 in D major, H 1 no 104 "London" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1795; London, England 
Date of Recording: 6/1989 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava 
Length: 29 Minutes 59 Secs. 
58.
Symphony no 45 in F sharp minor, H 1 no 45 "Farewell" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1772; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 12/1989 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 
59.
Symphony no 48 in C major, H 1 no 48 "Maria Theresia" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1769; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 12/1989 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 
60.
Symphony no 102 in B flat major, H 1 no 102 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1794; London, England 
Date of Recording: 12/1989 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 
61.
Symphony no 50 in C major, H 1 no 50 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Swedish Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1773; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
62.
Symphony no 51 in B flat major, H 1 no 51 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Swedish Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1774; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
63.
Symphony no 52 in C minor, H 1 no 52 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Swedish Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1774; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
64.
Symphony no 53 in D major, H 1 no 53 "L'Impériale" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1778-79; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
65.
Symphony no 86 in D major, H 1 no 86 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1786; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
66.
Symphony no 87 in A major, H 1 no 87 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1785; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
67.
Symphony no 54 in G major, H 1 no 54 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1774; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 1996 
68.
Symphony no 56 in C major, H 1 no 56 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1774; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 1996 
69.
Symphony no 57 in C major, H 1 no 57 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1774; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 1996 
70.
Symphony no 62 in D major, H 1 no 62 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1781; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
71.
Symphony no 107 in B flat major, H 1 no 107 "Symphony A" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1762; Austria 
72.
Symphony no 108 in B flat major, H 1 no 108 "Symphony B" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Kevin Mallon
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Toronto Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1765; Austria 
73.
Symphony no 64 in A major, H 1 no 64 "Tempora mutantur" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1778; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 05/1993 
Venue:  Reformed Church, Budapest 
Length: 17 Minutes 53 Secs. 
74.
Symphony no 84 in E flat major, H 1 no 84 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1786; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 05/1993 
Venue:  Reformed Church, Budapest 
Length: 25 Minutes 42 Secs. 
75.
Symphony no 90 in C major, H 1 no 90 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1788; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 05/1993 
Venue:  Reformed Church, Budapest 
Length: 24 Minutes 10 Secs. 
76.
Symphony no 66 in B flat major, H 1 no 66 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Esterházy Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1779; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
77.
Symphony no 67 in F major, H 1 no 67 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Esterházy Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1779; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
78.
Symphony no 68 in B flat major, H 1 no 68 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Esterházy Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1779; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
79.
Symphony no 69 in C major, H 1 no 69 "Laudon" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1779; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 05/1993 
Venue:  Reformed Church, Budapest 
Length: 19 Minutes 43 Secs. 
80.
Symphony no 89 in F major, H 1 no 89 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1787; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 05/1993 
Venue:  Reformed Church, Budapest 
Length: 19 Minutes 32 Secs. 
81.
Symphony no 91 in E flat major, H 1 no 91 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1788; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 05/1993 
Venue:  Reformed Church, Budapest 
Length: 24 Minutes 32 Secs. 
82.
Symphony no 70 in D major, H 1 no 70 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1778-1779; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
83.
Symphony no 71 in B flat major, H 1 no 71 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Performer:  Tibor Gátai (Violin), Tamás Zalay (Violin)
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1780; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
84.
Symphony no 73 in D major, H 1 no 73 "La Chasse" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1782; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
85.
Symphony no 72 in D major, H 1 no 72 no 72 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1765; Austria 
Date of Recording: 06/1994 
Venue:  Italian Institute, Budapest, Hungary 
Length: 21 Minutes 28 Secs. 
86.
Symphony no 93 in D major, H 1 no 93 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1791; London, England 
Date of Recording: 06/1994 
Venue:  Italian Institute, Budapest, Hungary 
Length: 22 Minutes 21 Secs. 
87.
Symphony no 95 in C minor, H 1 no 95 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1791; London, England 
Date of Recording: 06/1994 
Venue:  Italian Institute, Budapest, Hungary 
Length: 19 Minutes 20 Secs. 
88.
Symphony no 74 in E flat major, H 1 no 74 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1781; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Venue:  Deutschland Radio Studio, Cologne 
89.
Symphony no 75 in D major, H 1 no 75 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1781; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Venue:  Deutschland Radio Studio, Cologne 
90.
Symphony no 76 in E flat major, H 1 no 76 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1782; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Venue:  Deutschland Radio Studio, Cologne 
91.
Symphony no 77 in B flat major, H 1 no 77 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1782; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 09/1995 
92.
Symphony no 78 in C minor, H 1 no 78 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1782; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 09/1995 
93.
Symphony no 79 in F major, H 1 no 79 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Nicholas Ward
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Northern Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1784; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
94.
Symphony no 80 in D minor, H 1 no 80 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1784; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
95.
Symphony no 81 in G major, H 1 no 81 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1784; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
96.
Symphony no 99 in E flat major, H 1 no 99 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Helmut Müller-Brühl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne Chamber Orchestra
Period: Classical 
Written: 1793; Vienna, Austria 
97.
Symphony no 82 in C major, H 1 no 82 "The Bear" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1786; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 3/1988 
Venue:  Slovak Philharmonic Hall, Bratislava 
Length: 21 Minutes 48 Secs. 
98.
Symphony no 96 in D major, H 1 no 96 "Miracle" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1791; London, England 
Date of Recording: 3/1988 
Venue:  Slovak Philharmonic Hall, Bratislava 
Length: 20 Minutes 6 Secs. 
99.
Symphony no 100 in G major, H 1 no 100 "Military" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1793-1794; London, England 
Date of Recording: 3/1988 
Venue:  Slovak Philharmonic Hall, Bratislava 
Length: 24 Minutes 38 Secs. 
100.
Symphony no 85 in B flat major, H 1 no 85 "La Reine" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: ?1785; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 3/1990 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 
101.
Symphony no 92 in G major, H 1 no 92 "Oxford" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1789; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 3/1990 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 
102.
Symphony no 103 in E flat major, H 1 no 103 "Drumroll" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1795; London, England 
Date of Recording: 3/1990 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 
103.
Symphony no 97 in C major, H 1 no 97 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1792; London, England 
104.
Symphony no 98 in B flat major, H 1 no 98 by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Béla Drahos
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia
Period: Classical 
Written: 1792; London, England 
105.
Symphony no 83 in G minor, H 1 no 83 "The Hen" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1785; Eszterhazá, Hungary 
Date of Recording: 9/1988 
Venue:  Czech Radio Concert Hall, Bratislava 
Length: 20 Minutes 0 Secs. 
106.
Symphony no 94 in G major, H 1 no 94 "Surprise" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1791; London, England 
Date of Recording: 9/1988 
Venue:  Czech Radio Concert Hall, Bratislava 
Length: 23 Minutes 18 Secs. 
107.
Symphony no 101 in D major, H 1 no 101 "Clock" by Franz Joseph Haydn
Conductor:  Barry Wordsworth
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: 1793-1794; London, England 
Date of Recording: 9/1988 
Venue:  Czech Radio Concert Hall, Bratislava 
Length: 28 Minutes 18 Secs. 

Sound Samples

Symphony No. 1 in D major, Hob.I:1: I. Presto
Symphony No. 1 in D major, Hob.I:1: II. Andante
Symphony No. 1 in D major, Hob.I:1: III. Finale: Presto
Symphony No. 2 in C major, Hob.I:2: I. Allegro
Symphony No. 2 in C major, Hob.I:2: II. Andante
Symphony No. 2 in C major, Hob.I:2: III. Finale: Presto
Symphony No. 3 in G major, Hob.I:3: I. Allegro
Symphony No. 3 in G major, Hob.I:3: II. Andante moderato
Symphony No. 3 in G major, Hob.I:3: III. Menuet
Symphony No. 3 in G major, Hob.I:3: IV. Finale: Alla breve
Symphony No. 4 in D major, Hob.I:4: I. Presto
Symphony No. 4 in D major, Hob.I:4: II. Andante
Symphony No. 4 in D major, Hob.I:4: III. Finale: Tempo di Menuetto
Symphony No. 5 in A major, Hob.I:5: I. Adagio, ma non troppo
Symphony No. 5 in A major, Hob.I:5: II. Allegro
Symphony No. 5 in A major, Hob.I:5: III. Minuet
Symphony No. 5 in A major, Hob.I:5: IV. Finale: Presto
Symphony No. 6 in D major, Hob.I:6, "Le matin": I. Adagio - Allegro
Symphony No. 6 in D major, Hob.I:6, "Le matin": II. Adagio - Andante - Adagio
Symphony No. 6 in D major, Hob.I:6, "Le matin": III. Menuet
Symphony No. 6 in D major, Hob.I:6, "Le matin": IV. Finale: Allegro
Symphony No. 7 in C major, Hob.I:7, "Le midi": I. Adagio - Allegro
Symphony No. 7 in C major, Hob.I:7, "Le midi": II. Recitativo: Adagio - Allegro - Adagio
Symphony No. 7 in C major, Hob.I:7, "Le midi": III. Menuetto
Symphony No. 7 in C major, Hob.I:7, "Le midi": IV. Finale: Allegro
Symphony No. 8 in G major, Hob.I:8, "Le soir": I. Allegro molto
Symphony No. 8 in G major, Hob.I:8, "Le soir": II. Andante
Symphony No. 8 in G major, Hob.I:8, "Le soir": III. Menuetto
Symphony No. 8 in G major, Hob.I:8, "Le soir": IV. La tempesta: Presto

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