Mozart - Symphonien - Symphonies download album
This is a list of symphonies by the classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Symphonies No. 2 (attributed to Leopold Mozart) and 3 (written by Carl Friedrich Abel) are spurious. Spurious symphonies can be found at Mozart symphonies of spurious or doubtful authenticity. Symphonies that are suspected to be not Mozart's, but have not been proven to be the work of another composer, are in this list.
Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Mozart: Symphonies No. 0 & 41 (1987).
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Symphony NO. 40,41 - Symphonien, Symphonies. Label: Allegro – 21063.
List of best Mozart Symphonies. Discover the greatest symphonies Mozart wrote. It is tempting to simply choose the last symphonies that Mozart wrote but this would be at the expense of earlier and argue equally important works. When you take a long hard look at the work of . Mozart it is no minor challenge to have to select the best of his symphonic oeuvre. It is tempting to simply choose the last symphonies that Mozart wrote but this would be at the expense of earlier and I would argue equally important works. Read also: The Mozart Works.
Cutting through Mozart’s symphonies may seem a daunting task. His first had already been premiered by the time he was nine, and in just over two decades he produced more symphonies than many composers write in a lifetime. With nicknames like the 'Prague' symphony, 'Paris', or even ‘Jupiter’, it’s easy to be intimidated by their grandeur. So let’s get to grips with a few highlights. Symphony No. 1 in E flat major. Symphonies and operas were a lot more interchangeable in Vienna in 1767 than they are now. Mozart even rips off one of his themes from an opera he wrote that year, Apollo et Hyacinthus, in the second movement.
L'Oiseau Lyre's Mozart: The Symphonies, performed by the Academy of Ancient Music under Christopher Hogwood, is the ne plus ultra of Mozart symphony sets. Many "complete" collections of this cycle omit Symphony No. 37 as the better part of it is composed not by Mozart but by Michael Haydn as the result of a backroom trade of compositions between the two old friends
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart penned 41 numbered symphonies during his lifetime (and about 25 more were discovered later). He wrote the first one when he was just 8 years old! In fact, before he turned 20 he had written a few dozen. Each was traditional in style but with brilliant originality and forward-looking innovations. And he only grew from there. 25, "Little G minor" (K183). This famous opening to the film Amadeus was written in October 1773. It's one the first ambitious, dramatic Mozart symphonies. Musically it's in strict classical form, peppered with lively Mozartian flourishes. The symphony is a balance between a melancholy mood and more light-hearted feelings.
|Symphonie Nr. 1 Es-dur KV 16|
|Symphonie Nr. 4 D-dur KV 19|
|Symphonie Nr. 10 G-dur KV 74||(8:25)|
|Symphonie Nr. 14 A-dur KV 114|
|Symphonie Nr. 18 F-dur KV 130|
|Symphonie Nr. 21 A-dur KV 134|
|2-3||Menuetto - Trio - Menuetto||4:03|
|Symphonie Nr. 25 G-moll KV 183|
|2-5||Allegro Con Brio||10:07|
|Symphonie Nr. 31 D-dur KV 297 (300a) «Pariser Symphonie»|
|Symphonie Nr. 24 B-dur KV 182 (166c)|
|Symphonie Nr. 29 A-dur KV 201 (186a)|
|3-7||Allegro Con Spirito||4:55|
|Symphonie (Ouverture) Nr. 32 G-dur KV 318|
|3-8||Allegro Spiritoso - Andante - Tempo I||8:47|
|Symphonie Nr. 39 Es-dur KV 543|
|3-9||Adagio - Allegro||10:54|
|3-10||Andante Con Moto||8:13|
|Symphonie Nr. 36 C-dur KV 425 «Linzer Symphonie»|
|4-1||Adagio - Allegro Spiritoso||11:10|
|Symphonie Nr. 38 D-dur KV 504 «Prager Symphonie»|
|4-5||Adagio - Allegro||13:28|
|4-7||(Finale) - Presto||8:39|
|Symphonie Nr. 35 D-dur KV 385 «Haffner-Symphonie»|
|5-1||Allegro Con Spirito||5:15|
|5-3||Menuetto - Trio - Menuetto||3:18|
|5-4||Finale - Presto||3:28|
|Symphonie Nr. 40 G-moll KV 550|
|5-7||Menuetto - Allegretto - Trio||4:35|
|5-8||Allegro - Assai||4:33|
|Symphonie Nr. 41 C-dur KV 551 «Jupiter-Symphonie»|
|5-11||Menuetto - Allegretto - Trio||5:05|
- Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Conductor – Herbert von Karajan, James Levine (tracks: 2-1 to 2-11), Karl Böhm (tracks: 1-1 to 1-17), Leonard Bernstein (tracks: 4-1 to 4-7), Neville Marriner* (tracks: 3-1 to 3-12)
- Liner Notes – Uwe Kraemer
- Orchestra – Berliner Philharmoniker (tracks: 1-1 to 1-17, 5-1 to 5-12), The Academy Of St. Martin-in-the-Fields (tracks: 3-1 to 3-12), Wiener Philharmoniker (tracks: 2-1 to 2-11, 4-1 to 4-7)
Notes66-page booklet with liner notes in German English and French.
69 006 5 on box and booklet
CD 1 : 69 022 2 - ADD - Ⓟ 1969 Polydor International GmbH
CD 2 : 69 023 0 - DDD - Ⓟ 1-4 1988 / 5-11 1986 Polydor International GmbH
CD 3 : 69 024 8 - ADD - Ⓟ 1-3 1979 / 4-12 1978 Philips Classic Productions
CD 4 : 69 025 5 - DDD - Ⓟ 1-4 1984 / 5-7 1985 Polydor International GmbH
CD 5 : 69 026 3 - ADD - Ⓟ 1978 Polydor International GmbH
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- Label Code: LC0173