”Hans Rosbaud dirigiert Joseph Haydn”
This release is the fourth from SWR Classic focusing on the work of German conductor Hans Rosbaud.
"He is not only a virtuoso pianist, but has more or less mastered nearly all orchestral instruments. That puts him in a position to provide the individual members of the orchestra with helpful advice, which-nowadays- hardly any conductor is able to do. As these qualities go along with striving for the ideal, a rare capacity for enthusiasm as well as with an iron will he does not hesitate to impose, Hans Rosbaud is an inestimable and somehow indispensable institution.”
Bernhard Sekles, Rosbaud’s former professor of composition
Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
¶ Symphony No. 12 in E major
¶ Symphony No. 19 in D major
¶ Symphony No. 48 in C major 'Maria Theresia'
¶ Symphony No. 52 in C minor
¶ Symphony No. 58 in F major
¶ Symphony No. 65 in A major
¶ Symphony No. 83 in G minor 'The Hen'
¶ Symphony No. 87 in A major
¶ Symphony No. 90 in C major
¶ Symphony No. 93 in D major
¶ Symphony No. 95 in C minor
¶ Symphony No. 96 in D major 'Miracle'
¶ Symphony No. 97 in C major
¶ Symphony No. 99 in E flat major
¶ Symphony No. 100 in G major 'Military'
¶ Symphony No. 102 in B flat major
¶ Symphony No. 104 in D major 'London'
¶ Cello Concerto No. 2 in D major
Maurice Gendron (Violoncello)
¶ Trumpet Concerto in E-Flat Major
Walter Gleissle (Trompete)
¶ Double Concerto in F Major
Susanne Lautenbacher (Violine); Edith Picht-Axenfeld (Harpsichord)
¶ Keyboard Concerto in D Major
Maria Bergmann (Piano)
Leopold Hofmann (1738–1793)
formerly attributed to Haydn
¶ Flute Concerto in D major Hob VIIf:D1
¶ Symphony No. 104 in D Major, 'London'
¶ Symphony No. 45 in F-Sharp Minor, 'Farew'
Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra,
Recorded between 1952 and 1962; Baden-Baden, Germany.
lossless (booklet +)