Haydn / Antonini / Il Giardino Armonico: Haydn 2032 / Roxolana 8

Haydn / Antonini / Il Giardino Armonico: Haydn 2032 / Roxolana 8

Haydn / Antonini / Il Giardino Armonico: Haydn 2032 / Roxolana 8

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Title: Haydn 2032 / Roxolana 8
Artist: Haydn / Antonini / Il Giardino Armonico
Label: Alpha
UPC: 3760014196829
Genre: Classical Artists

For it's eighth volume, Haydn2032 invites us on a musical journey that takes the Balkan route. Of all the 'Viennese Classical School', Joseph Haydn is certainly the composer closest to folk music, first because he spent his early years in the countryside and also because, unlike his colleagues who worked in the urban centres of the Habsburg monarchy, Haydn was in contact with Croats, Roma and Hungarians throughout his life. These influences were omnipresent in his music, to the delight of Prince Nikolaus I Esterházy and his guests, but by some accounts were not to the taste of many music theorists in Germany. Haydn gave his Symphony no.63 in C major the title of 'La Roxolana', from the famous sixteenth-century sultana who was the wife of Suleiman the Magnificent after having been his slave. As usual, Giovanni Antonini, who is reunited here with Il Giardino Armonico, juxtaposes Haydn's music with that of another composer. The natural choice here was Béla Bartók, who is represented by his Romanian Folk Dances, composed in 1917.

1.1 Symphony No. 63 in C Major, Hob.I:63, "La Roxelane" (Roxolana)
1.2 1. I. Allegro
1.3 2. II. La Roxelane: Allegretto (O Più Tosto Allegro)
1.4 3. III. Menuet - Trio
1.5 4. IV. Finale: Presto
1.6 Symphony No. 43 in E-Flat Major, Hob.I:43, "Mercury"
1.7 5. I. Allegro
1.8 6. II. Adagio
1.9 7. III. Menuet - Trio
1.10 8. IV. Allegro
1.11 Bartók, Béla - Classical Composer
1.12 Román Népi Táncok (Romanian Folk Dances), BB 76
1.13 9. No. 1. Jocul Cu BTA (Stick Dance)
1.14 10. No. 2. Brul (Sash Dance)
1.15 11. No. 3. Pe Loc (In One Spot)
1.16 12. No. 4. Buciumeana (Dance from Bucsum)
1.17 13. No. 5. Poarga Romneasca (Romanian Polka)
1.18 14. No. 6. Marun?el (Fast Dances): L'istesso Tempo - Allegro Vivace
1.19 15. No. 7. Marun?el: Allegro Vivace
1.20 Anonymous - Classical Composer
1.21 16. Sonata Jucunda (Attrib. H.I.F. Von Biber)
1.22 Haydn, Franz Joseph - Classical Composer
1.23 Symphony No. 28 in a Major, Hob.I:28
1.24 17. I. Allegro Di Molto
1.25 18. II. Poco Adagio
1.26 19. III. Menuet: Allegro Molto
1.27 20. IV. Presto Assai Armonico

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